Serving the community through lifelong learning

We offer a variety of courses and wet labs each year for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, assistants, and the public.

Veterinarians must obtain 30 credit hours of Board-approved continuing education every two years (each “renewal period” falls in even-numbered years) to maintain an active license to practice in Georgia.

As of Jan. 1, 2009, two of the 30 hours per renewal period must be acquired in Georgia laws, rules and professionalism. You must keep a record of credit hours and proof of attendance for three years.

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Small animal professorship allows Dr. Bryan Torres to introduce vet students to gait and motion analysis and encourage further research in the field

As far back as he can remember, Dr. Bryan Torres (DVM, 2003) wanted to be a veterinarian. “It’s the only thing I’ve ever wanted to be,” he said. In June of 2023, Torres joined the faculty at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, where he holds the Small Animal Medicine and Surgery […]

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