Renowned veterinarian Dr. Deanna Gazzerro is set to share her expertise at the upcoming DVMoms 2024 conference, focusing on the subject of the special skill set required for owning and operating her spay and neuter clinic in Phoenix, AZ. With a wealth of experience in veterinary medicine, Dr. Gazzerro’s insights promise to be invaluable for aspiring clinic owners and practitioners eager to learn the nuances of the spay and neuter business to make a positive impact on animal welfare.

The conference will provide a unique opportunity for attendees to delve into the surgery workload of a spay and neuter clinic. Dr. Gazzerro is expected to discuss common complications, surgery techniques, and the things she sees in day-to-day operations. Her comprehensive knowledge on the subject is anticipated to empower veterinarians with the tools and information necessary to contribute actively to the control of the pet population and the promotion of responsible pet ownership. Deanna lives in Cave Creek, AZ and operates Snip Vet, a spay-neuter clinic in north Phoenix.

As the founder of a successful spay and neuter clinic herself, Dr. Deanna Gazzerro’s presentation is eagerly awaited, promising attendees valuable insights that can shape the future of their veterinary practices and, ultimately, contribute to the well-being of countless animals. DVMoms 2024 will be hosted August 1-4 in Anaheim, CA. For more information about the conference, please visit https://thedvmoms.com/.

Official Conference Speak Bio

Dr. Deanna Gazzerro is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in Large Animal surgery. She practiced equine surgery for several years prior to transitioning to a career as a spay and neuter surgeon.

Dr. Gazzerro has since performed over thirty thousand spay and neuter surgeries and founded her HQHVSN private practice, SNiP Vet, in Phoenix, Arizona in 2021. She is the proud mother of two daughters and lives in Cave Creek, Arizona with her husband, daughters, a German Shepherd, two cats, and a pony.