CommuniVET™ is thrilled to announce partnering with advocate for wellbeing in the veterinary profession, Marie Holowaychuk, DVM, Dipl. ACVECC, CYT to launch Thrive! − a new monthly feature on CommuniVET.com and associated newsletter to help empower members of the veterinary profession to take an active role in prioritizing their personal and professional wellbeing. Thrive News Release
Applications are being accepted for the 2020 Emerging Leaders Program. Two sponsored trips to Quebec City to attend this July 10 full-day event are available! CVMA Emerging Leaders Program Application Package
After much thought and reflection, it has been decided to make changes to the licensing seminar and exam. An overhaul of the licensing seminar presentations and exam question bank has occurred this year. The course now covers big picture information about being a self regulatory body, the range of legislation we must abide by, how …
Advisory from CFIA: Please be advised that the United States (US) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have changed their dog importation policy. For pet dogs (not imported for resale or adoption), rabies vaccination is now only required from countries considered high risk for importing dog rabies into the US. Canada is not considered …
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has released Guidelines for the Depopulation of Animals, a set of procedures and direction designed to help veterinarians make humane decisions in critical situations. “Humanely ending the lives of animals is one of the most difficult, but necessary, tasks for veterinarians to oversee,” says chair of the AVMA panel …
Ottawa, ON –The Registered Veterinary Technologists andTechnicians of Canada (RVTTC)is celebrating national RVT Month inOctoberby encouraging registered veterinary technicians and technologists (RVTs) to“Carve your own path –break the mold.”
News reports of late indicate that areas of drought in some parts of Saskatchewan are the worst in a 100 years. There is an area between Regina and Saskatoon that is one of the three driest areas in Canada this year where the forecast for this area is severe drought.
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The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA), in association with all provincial veterinary medical associations, is pleased to offer you the 2019 Practice Owner’s Economic Survey.
This information is for all those who import terrestrial animals, animal byproducts or aquatic animals that require CFIA issued import permits.