Super Saver Rate

Glacier National Park Whitefish, Montana 2025

June 12 - 14, 2025

Original price was: $995.00.Current price is: $895.00.

Dermatology - Dr. Brittany Lancellotti
End of Life/Palliative Care - Dr. Kathleen Cooney

The conference hotel is The Grouse Mountain Lodge.  Learn about Veterinary Dermatology and End of Life and Palliative Care surrounded by mountains and the pristine water of Whitefish Lake. Our lodging is only 30-minutes from Glacier National Park and 10-minutes from the myriad of fun fall activities at Whitefish Mountain Resort.

June 12, 2025
12:30-1pm REGISTRATION: Sign in and Pick a seat! Continental Divide Room
3:15-3:45pm BREAK AND SNACK
6:15-7:15pm WELCOME RECEPTION Glacier Room

June 13, 2025
7-8am BREAKFAST BUFFET for Attendees Glacier Room
10:50-11:10am BREAK AND SNACK

June 14, 2025
7-8am BREAKFAST BUFFET for Attendees Glacier Room
10:50-11:10am BREAK AND SNACK
1pm Conference Concludes: Book Your Next VetVacationCE!

Save with Early Registration

Super Saver Rate: $895 with 90 days advanced registration
VetVacationCE Rate: $945 from 89 days to 45 days advanced registration
JetSetter Rate: $995 less than 45 days advanced registration

Technician Discount

If you are a technician, use Coupon Code TECH75 for $75 off the regular registration rate.

RACE approved CE

15 Hours of RACE approved for CE for Veterinarians and Technicians.

Your Destination

Grouse Mountain Lodge

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Call in: 406-892-6729
Referring Code/Group Name: VETVAC
Room Rate: Rate:$231 Golf View $291 Corner Suite $351 Loft Suite plus 8% Montana Accommodations tax, 3% resort tax, 1% tourism tax, plus $12 pn amenity fee

You can extend your vacation 3 days before or after at The Grouse Mountain Lodge at the same rate as long as rooms are available.For room reservations – Please have your guests contact the Central Reservations office and quote the name
of your group prior to making your reservation. You may reach this office via phone, e-mail or Fax: - 406.892.2525 FAX: 702.914.5081.
To receive the discounted group rate, the Client’s guests must make reservations directly with Glacier Park, Inc. and
must specify the group name prior to making a reservation to receive the discounted group rate. The group rate does
not apply to guests/ individuals who have already set up their reservation or who have booked through a third party.

There is free parking and complimentary wireless internet. Internet is not strong in Montana.
1. A credit card needs to be put on file at the time of booking.
2. One night stay will be charged at time of booking.
3. Deposit will be charged based on cancellation policy below.
4. Cancellations made outside 72 hours prior to arrival – deposit will be refunded less a $30 cancellation
processing fee.
5. Cancellations made within 72 hours prior to arrival or less – Deposit will not be refunded.
6. No-shows on date of arrival will be charged for the entire stay that was booked.
7. Full payment is due at check-out

*Amenities included in this package:
Complimentary Shuttle service to Downtown Whitefish-designation location on individual basis/request.
Access to indoor pool and outdoor hot tub, sauna (8am-11pm)
24-hour fitness center & business center
In-Room Montana Coffee Traders Coffee and Tea
Golf Tokens to Driving Range at Whitefish Golf Club*
Complimentary Parking
High Speed Wi-Fi
*Subject to change/seasonal

Park passes and a vehicle registration pass are required to enter Glacier National Park. See link.

Getting There

Airport Distance: 12 minutes from Glacier International Airport (FCA). Many domestic airlines serve FCA.

Airport Shuttle (FCA-Glacier International Airport) is available:
• 24 hours’ notice is required.
• $20/person/trip
• Reservations, call 406-892-2525


Brittany Lancellotti, DVM, DACVD

Dr. Brittany Lancellotti is a veterinary dermatologist at Veterinary Skin and Ear in Los Angeles, California. She graduated Western University of Health Sciences with honors and was the recipient of numerous awards. She completed a rotating internship at Animal Specialty Group in Los Angeles, followed by a residency with Animal Dermatology Group in Pasadena. She is the founder and host of Your Vet Wants You to Know, an edutainment podcast designed to improve pet owner knowledge, veterinarian efficiency, and treatment outcomes. Dr. Lancellotti is a Fear Free certified professional and focuses her practice on decreasing stress in her patients, clients, and colleagues. She is an enthusiastic teacher and enjoys speaking nationally and internationally.

Presentation Synopsis

1. Fear Free Dermatology: Exams That Won’t Make Your Patients’ Skin Crawl.
2. Satisfying Diet Trials: Improving Client Education on Food Allergies.
3. Top 10 Tips for Success with Canine Allergic Dermatitis.
4. Feline Allergy: Because Cats do Whatever They Feel Like!
5. Dermatophytosis: Wood you be able to spot this ringer?
6. Can you Ear Me Now? A Clear Approach to Otitis Externa.
7. Canine Cushing’s Syndrome and Dermatologic Disease

End of Life/Palliative Care

Kathleen Cooney, DVM, CHPV, DACAW resident

Dr. Kathleen Cooney has been practicing advanced end-of-life care since 2006. She is CEO and Director of Education for the Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy (CAETA). Dr. Cooney is well-known for her work in companion animal euthanasia and is an author and international speaker on the subject. She is a strong advocate for best practices in all aspects of end-of-life care and loves all things old and gray. Learn more about Dr. Cooney’s accomplishments at

Presentation Synopsis

1. EOL Care as a Practice Builder: Understanding Animal Hospice
2. The Palliative Care Approach
3. When QOL Scales are Not Enough: Counseling Clients that Can't Let Go
4. Euthanasia ReImagined: Modern Best Practices
5. Sleeping Beauty: Pre-euthanasia Sedation & Anesthesia Protocols
6. Tips and Tricks for a Technically Smooth Euthanasia
7. Euthanasia Team Support
8. Case Discussion and Review