Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association Inc.

Continuing Education

June 11, 2013
Commercial Pet Food - Common Myths/Misunderstanding and Probiotics - Their Use in Dog/Cat Therapeutic Nutrition 
Sponsored by:

RuthAnn Lobos, DVM CCRT

Dr. RuthAnn Lobos graduated veterinary school from Louisiana State University.  Before joining Nestle Purina in 2005, she practiced in a multi-doctor small animal practice in Austin, TX.  She currently works as a veterinary communications manager on the Purina Veterinary Diets brand of the business. In this role, she supports veterinary colleges across the country and serves as technical support for the sales consultants, through lecturing on nutritional management of diseases in dogs and cats and strategic relationship development.  Fostering her interest in orthopedics and sports medicine, in 2010, Dr. Lobos became certified in canine physical rehabilitation through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute.  She continues to practice as a relief veterinary in Austin, TX, on evenings and weekends.
When she is not involved in veterinary medicine, Dr. Lobos enjoys spending time with her husband and three dogs (a French Bulldog, a German Short Haired Pointer, and a Chocolate Lab).  She is an avid triathlete and marathoner and also enjoys fly-fishing, hiking and camping.

Next CE Meeting

The Young, The Old and The Restless: A Team Approach to Your Patients' Eye Problems- Come spend an evening talking about ophthalmic diseases we all face and what developments are on the horizon

Presented by:
Chris Nettune, DVM, Resident in Ophthalmology (The Young) and Bob Munger DVM, DACVO (The Old) and You (The Restless)

Sponsored by:
Animal Ophthalmology Clinic

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CE Location

The Alfred William Harris Faculty-Alumni Center
(AW Faculty Alumni Club)
5323 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, Texas 75390

Member DVM: Free
Non-member DVM: $60
Non-DVM's: $25

A light dinner buffet is served at 7pm