FECAVA Congress Dubrovnik

(18.03.2007) 29 March - 1 April 2007 in Dubrovnik, a world-known gem listed as UNESCO's world heritage site

Please note: the STANDARD Registration Fee of 400,00€ has been extended till 28 March 2007 !

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This Congress aims to cater for veterinarians from all aspects of small animal care. The event will be both an impressive intellectual and educational forum at highest standard as well as a delightful social experience! Here are some of its facts:

- 50 foreign lecturers, leaders in their fields, from across Europe
- lecture topics in over 20 areas of vet science
- official language is English with some sessions translated into Croatian
- regular Continuous Education Symposium with the topic on Pathology, Diagnostic and Treatment of Spine and Spinal Cord
- in the co-organization of ESFM (European Society of Feline Medicine), we will
- have a Feline Sub-Congress with its own lecturers and topics

Dubrovnik - a world-known gem listed as UNESCO's world heritage site - is currently one of the hottest travel destinations in the world and it will surely attract a large number of participants as well as industry companies and make a rich and memorable social program.


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