2021 Summer Meeting

Virtual WVMA Summer Meeting
June 28-29, 2021

CE offered = 16 hrs.

  • 8 hrs. large animal topics and 8 hrs. small animal topics
  • In late April, the full schedule and registration will be available. Thank you for your patience!

An in-person meeting offering 12 hrs. of CE is currently scheduled for December 11-12, 2021 in Casper, WY. 


Due to the new virtual format, sponsor opportunities have yet to be determined. If/when opportunities are developed, past exhibitors will receive an email with more information. Thank you for your interest!


SPEAKERS – Will be updated as they are confirmed.

  • Dawn Logas, DVM, DACVD (Maitland, FL)

Graduated from University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. Completed Residency in Veterinary dermatology at the University of Florida in 1992 and was boarded in dermatology that year. Remained at the University of Florida as an associate professor until 1999. In 1993 start the Veterinary Dermatology Center in Maitland Florida where I remain today as owner and staff dermatologist. I have been very active in the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. I was on the executive board from 2006 to 2014 and served two years as president. In 2015 I was honored with the Veterinary Dermatology Award of Excellence.  My special interests in dermatology are allergic disease, ear disease, topical therapy and nutritional therapy.  I have written many book chapter and articles on these subjects.

    • Equine Dermatology Tool Box: This lecture will explain when, where, how and why to do simple dermatologic procedures such as skin scrapes, cytologies, dermatophyte cultures and biopsies. 
    • Don’t judge a mass by its cover: This lecture will review the diagnosis and treatment of common masses seen in equine practice such as sarcoids, squamous cell carcinoma, pythium, habronemiasis and others.
    • What to do with the itchy Horse: This lecture will cover the how to differentiate, diagnosis and treat common causes of equine pruritus including parasites, fungal and hypersensitivities.