2505 S 80th St, Tacoma, WA     

Wednesday, November 15th, 6:30-8:30 pm

Crockett's Public House

118 E Stewart Avenue

Puyallup, WA 98371

Wound Healing

Presented by Stephanie Loomis, DVM (Surgery Resident)
Wounds whether caused accidently or intentionally, heal through complex biologic processes that are commonly described in phases that ultimately overlap to achieve healing. Several factors can impact the microenvironment both locally and systemically, delaying and preventing healing. Dr. Loomis will go over the phases of wound healing, factors that can delay wound healing such as infection and the use of antimicrobials. 

Pain Management in the Surgical and Emergent Patient
Presented by Maggie Mezzles, DVM (Surgery Resident)
Dr. Mezzles will be discussing the pain receptors and pain pathways of dogs and cats.  The discussion will also focus on multimodal pain management to optimize patient recovery and outcome.  

Space is very limited. Please RSVP to events@summitvets.com

Pet Loss Support Group

Facilitated by Rachel Wright, MSW,LSWAIC, CDP

Veterinary Social Worker

Every Thursday from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm

at Summit Veterinary Referral Center

This group is open to clients and community members. There is no registration or fee to attend.

Community and Public Events

Continuing Education for Veterinary Technicians

Continuing Education for Veterinarians

Thursday, November 30th, 6:30-8:30 pm

Brix 25

7707 Pioneer Way

Gig Harbor, WA 

Endocrine Tumors

Presented by Stephanie Loomis, DVM (Surgery Resident)
Dr. Loomis will discuss functional tumors of the parathyroid and adrenal glandscommon clinical signs, as well as perioperative management of these cases.

Addison's Disease
Presented by Jewel Milo, DVM (Practice Limited to Internal Medicine)
Dr. Milo will discuss diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of Addison's disease.

Space is very limited. Please RSVP to events@summitvets.com