Ceva Sante Animale Romania, present la AMVAC/RoSAVA 2015

Ceva Sante Animale Romania, in partnership with Vetro Commercial Solutions, participated in the X-th edition of the AMVAC / ROSAVA International Congress.

Between 12th and 14th of November 2015, Ceva Sante Animale Romania, in commercial partnership with Vetro  Solutions, participated in the X-th edition of the AMVAC / ROSAVA International Congress.

The AMVAC / ROSAVA International Congress, an annual event that supports quality and continuous education of veterinarians practicing in Romania traditionally takes place in the fall of each year, at the Conference Centre "International Sinaia Casino Palace".

The AMVAC / ROSAVA Congress is the largest and most important event dedicated to veterinarians specialized in pet health in Romania and it became a reference place, a meeting point for veterinarians practicing throughout the country, for the representatives from academia and pharmaceutical companies producing, importing and distributing veterinary products.

During the exhibition organized within this event, Ceva Sante Animale Romania and Vetro Solutions provided useful information  for the participants in three of the fields of current interest in the veterinary medical practice: Canine Cardiology (unique combination of benazepril and spironolactone – Cardalis) Parasitology (unique combination that provides comprehensive protection against ectoparasites in dogs - Vectra 3D) and Feline Behavior (pheromones for desired behavior in cats - Feliway).

Besides the usual activity of an exhibition stand (meetings with veterinarians, product promotion, networking, etc.), this year, with the support of the Department of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases of Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, it has been organized a workshop – seminar with the theme:  Something Practical: microscopic demonstration for identification of vector ticks and diseases in dogs.

The event was supervised by the Veterinary Medicine Cluj Vice Rector, Assoc. Prof. Andrei Mihalcea, and washeld by two of his best PhDs, Dr. Angela Ionica and Dr. Gianluca D'Amico to whom we take the opportunity to thank once again.

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