The conference will take place Oct. 8-11 at the Atlantic City Convention Center.
“American Veterinarian is committed to serving the field of veterinary medicine. In fulfilling this commitment, we are thrilled to add ACVC to our growing portfolio, and look forward to making an even bigger impact in the field of veterinary education,” Publisher Chris Hennessy said.
The event, now in its 29th year, promises over 200 hours of continuing education for veterinary professionals. There will also be more than 120 vendors offering veterinary products and services.
“We are excited that the legacy of ACVC will be carried on by American Veterinarian,” said Rick Alampi, executive director of ACVC. “We are confident that ACVC will continue to provide the highest quality, timely, relevant information to the veterinary community under new the leadership and expertise of American Veterinarian.”