MVMA 2023 Winter Meeting | Register Today! 

January 26-28 | Best Western Plus GranTree Inn, Bozeman

Featuring outstanding speakers from both Montana and across the United States.
* 14 hours of pertinent continuing education *
For a complete agenda: 2023 Winter Meeting
Click here to register. Special pricing continues through January 9, 2023, so sign up today!
For hotel reservations:
The GranTree is offering a limited number of rooms at the reduced rate of $99/night plus taxes.
Discounted rates will be honored until sold out or December 26, 2022. Call 406/587-5261 and request the MVMA block, group code: 2792-1.
Or reserve your room online here.

Questions? Email us at [email protected] or call 406/447-4259.

We look forward to seeing you in Bozeman!

MVMA Committee Involvement

Keep engaged in your MVMA! 
Committee meetings are continuing throughout November and December. Check for member emails regarding the meeting dates and times.

Thank You!

MVMA Members and Allied Business Partners
for making the 2022 Summer Meeting a great success.  

Join us for the 2023 Winter Meeting scheduled for January 26 -27 at the Best Western GranTree Inn in Bozeman

USDA Defend the Flock Program

Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has been detected in domestic poultry in the United States. Birds can be infected with HPAI and show no signs of illness. They can carry the disease to new areas when migrating. All bird owners should prevent contact between their birds and wild birds and report sick birds or unusual bird deaths to State/Federal officials, either through their state veterinarian or through USDA’s toll-free number at 1-866-536-7593.

The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) urges all poultry growers to make sure they are doing everything possible to keep their birds healthy and reduce the risk that an infectious disease will spread from their property to other flocks. Anyone involved with poultry production—commercial or backyard flocks alike—should review their biosecurity plan and enhance their biosecurity practices to assure the health of their birds.

The APHIS Defend the Flock public education program provides checklists, videos, webinars, and educational resources to help poultry growers learn good biosecurity. All materials can be found at and are free and available 24/7.

Biosecurity is the key to keeping our nation’s poultry healthy, and a responsibility that we all share. Let’s keep our poultry healthy together!

Montana Pet Dentistry & Oral Surgery offering dental training classes at Bozeman facility

Montana Pet Dentistry and Oral Surgery is pleased to announce dental training classes in our new Bozeman facility. We designed a spacious and comfortable area with these classes in mind. Initially we will be offering the two classes detailed below, with additional classes to follow in the future. All classes are RACE approved for 8 hours CE credit and class sizes are limited to ensure excellent instructor to student ratios. 

Many (if not most) practices send 70% or more of treatable dental pathology out the door without being addressed. Even in rural areas, owners are very accepting of a higher level of dental care for their pets when the pathology is identified and communicated appropriately. In two days, we can show you how to identify and deliver 90% of the dental treatment your patients should be receiving. The idea that “your clientele” won’t accept and pay for a higher level of dental care is simply not true regardless of your location. Where dentistry is concerned, practices are held back more by their own beliefs than by their clients. We can help you provide better dental care to your patients.

1. Introduction to Veterinary Dentistry and Radiology class description (Level I):  Four hours lecture and four hours lab.

2. Introduction to Veterinary Oral Surgery and Periodontal treatment class description (Level 2):  Four hours lecture and four hours lab.

For further information and class dates please call 406-599-4789.

We are the voice of the Montana Veterinary Medical Association.

Objectives of the association are to advance the science and art of veterinary medicine including their relationship to public health and agriculture.

Message from Executive Director

I encourage you to take full advantage of the many opportunities available to members of MVMA. Our association advocates for members through the legislative and rule-making processes and negotiates special rates for a variety of products that will enhance your bottom-line. MVMA is also the leading provider of CE for veterinarians in Montana with two programs per year. Please browse through our website to become more familiar with our CE meeting dates, current members and membership benefits.

Stuart Doggett

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Grow With Education!

MVMA offers two meetings each year for continuing education credits:

2023 Winter Meeting - January 27 - 28 - Bozeman
2023 Summer Meeting - June 22 - 24 - Missoula
2024 Winter Meeting - January 26 - 27 - Bozeman