World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA)

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is an ‘association of associations’.

Its membership is made up of veterinary organisations from all over the world, which are concerned with small companion animals such as cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs etc.

Currently there are 76 member and affiliate associations, representing over 70,000 individual veterinarians from around the globe.

www.wsava.org

Ewan Wolff ; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Signs Up to PrideVMC Gender Identity Bill of Rights

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has signed up to a Gender Identity Bill of Rights (GIBOR) created by the Pride Veterinary Medical Community (PrideVMC)
Weiterlesen

Dr Muhammad Hasan Mahrous; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Future Leader Award for Dr Muhammad Hasan Mahrous

Dr Muhammad Hasan Mahrous, an Egyptian veterinarian who qualified in 2018 and works at a veterinary clinic in Dubai
Weiterlesen

Faouzi Kechrid to Receive WSAVA Award for Global Meritorious Service; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Faouzi Kechrid to Receive WSAVA Award for Global Meritorious Service

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has announced that Tunisian veterinarian and WSAVA member representative for the country, is to be awarded the WSAVA’ s prestigious Award for Global Meritorious Service
Weiterlesen


Richard Casey; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Richard Casey ist the new Executive Director for World Small Animal Veterinary Association

Leadership advocate to accelerate progress in the delivery of the WSAVA’s goals
Weiterlesen

Michael J. Day; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Michael J. Day Scholarship Launched by WSAVA: Applications invited for the 2022 Scholarship

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is calling for applications for a new Scholarship launched in memory of Emeritus Professor Michael J. Day
Weiterlesen

WSAVA

WSAVA Calls for ‘Health-focused’ Breeding

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) shares the concerns recently expressed by the Norwegian court regarding the breeding of English Bulldogs and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels
Weiterlesen

WSAVA

Nominations Invited for 2022 WSAVA Awards

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has launched its annual search for veterinarians and veterinary team members who are going the extra mile to advance the care of companion animals with the launch of its 2022 Awards
Weiterlesen

Nienke Endenburg, PWG Chair (002); Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Webinar: Creating a Culture of Belonging - a DEI Approach to Optimizing Team Performance in Veterinary Practice

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is to host a free webinar to explore the benefits of achieving Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in the veterinary workplace.
Weiterlesen

Professor Nick Bacon; Bildquelle: WSAVA

New Glossary Aims to Improve Communication Around Veterinary Oncology

WSAVA’s Oncology Working Group aims to help owners better understand cancer terminology
Weiterlesen

WSAVA Launches New Online Nutrition Modules; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Launches New Online Nutrition Modules

A four-module online nutrition course initiated by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s Continuing Education Committee (CEC) has been launched
Weiterlesen

Dr. Thinlay N. Bhutia; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Indian Veterinarian Awarded 2021 WSAVA One Health Award in Recognition of Pioneering Work to Combat Rabies

Dr. Thinlay N. Bhutia, a veterinarian who has spent his career working towards the creation of a rabies-controlled state in his Himalayan home state of Sikkim, is the recipient of this year’s World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) One Health Award
Weiterlesen

Dr Jean Gauvin; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Shaping the Future: Telemedicine: practice saver or ethical dilemma?

Experts to debate the impact of telemedicine on veterinary practice globally during WSAVA Congress 2021
Weiterlesen

Elli Kalemtzki ; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Psychische Gesundheit im globalen Rampenlicht: WSAVA stärkt ihre Professional Wellness Group

Drei neue Mitglieder haben sich der Professional Wellness Group (PWG) der World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) angeschlossen, um die Arbeit zur Verbesserung der Gesundheit und des Wohlbefindens aller Mitglieder des tierärztlichen Teams zu beschleunigen
Weiterlesen

Suzanne Rogers

WSAVA-Webinar: Top-Tipps für wirkungsvolle Beratungsgespräche

Die World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) veranstaltet am Donnerstag, den 30. September 2021, ein kostenloses Webinar, das Tierärzten helfen soll, effektiver mit Tierbesitzern über die Behandlung ihres Haustieres zu kommunizieren
Weiterlesen

Suzanne Roger

WSAVA Webinar: Top Tips for Impactful Consultations

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is to host a free webinar on Thursday September 30 2021 to help veterinary professionals communicate more effectively with owners regarding their pet’s care
Weiterlesen

Dr. Luca Guardabassi und Dr. Lisbeth Rem Jessen; Bildquelle: WSAVA

ENOVAT und WSAVA arbeiten gemeinsam an klinischen Leitlinien für die antimikrobielle Behandlung

Partnerschaft wird den Mangel an Ressourcen für die antimikrobielle Behandlung in der Tiermedizin bekämpfen
Weiterlesen

Emeritus Professor Colin Burrows

Past WSAVA President Receives Honorary Doctorate from the RVC

Emeritus Professor Colin Burrows recognized for service to the global veterinary profession
Weiterlesen

Dr Jerold Bell; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Hereditary Disease Committee Calls for New Members

The Hereditary Disease Committee (HDC) of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA), which facilitates the diagnosis, treatment and control of hereditary diseases and genetic predispositions in dogs and cats, is looking for two new members to join its team of global experts
Weiterlesen

Dr Siraya Chunekamrai

Global Pet Organizations WSAVA and GAPFA Announce New Partnership To Advance and Promote Pet Wellness Around the World  

World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and Global Alliance of Pet Food Associations (GAPFA) Sign Memorandum of Understanding
Weiterlesen

Cecilia Villaverde ; Bildquelle: WSAVA

New Chair for WSAVA’s Global Nutrition Committee

Dr Cecilia Villaverde BVSc, PhD, DACVN, DECVCN, a Catalan veterinary nutritionist working in Ireland, has been appointed Co-Chair of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) Global Nutrition Committee (GNC)
Weiterlesen

Professor Stefano Romagnoli; Bildquelle: WSAVA

New WSAVA Committee to Focus on the Control of Reproduction

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association has convened a new Committee to focus on ensuring that veterinarians globally have access to the latest resources and knowledge on the rapidly-evolving area of reproduction control
Weiterlesen

HABRI and WSAVA

HABRI and WSAVA Team Up to Advance the Health and Welfare of Pets and People Globally

Partnership Highlights Veterinarian Role in Strengthening the Human-Companion Animal Bond
Weiterlesen

Dr Melinda Merck

WSAVA Webinar:  Pets and Domestic Violence – is your team prepared?

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is to host a free webinar to highlight the impact of domestic violence on veterinary practice - patients, clients and employees
Weiterlesen

WSAVA Webinar: The Illegal Online Puppy Trade in Europe

WSAVA Webinar: The Illegal Online Puppy Trade in Europe

Problems and Solutions - Tuesday May 25 11.00 am-12.30 pm GMT
Weiterlesen

New Resources from the WSAVA´s Global Nutrition Committee: Raw Meat Based Diets

New Resources from the WSAVA’s Global Nutrition Committee: Raw Meat Based Diets

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) Global Nutrition Committee (GNC) has updated its Global Nutrition Toolkit which helps veterinary healthcare teams educate clients on optimal nutrition for their dog or cat
Weiterlesen

Free WSAVA Course: Starting Bird Medicine

Free WSAVA Course: Starting Bird Medicine

The WSAVA Academy offers a free course with Claudia and Manfred Hochleithner on avian medicine
Weiterlesen

FECAVA and WSAVA: Global Principles of Veterinary Collegiality

FECAVA and WSAVA: Global Principles of Veterinary Collegiality

The Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA) and World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) have launched an infographic for veterinary practices around the world to help remind them of its ‘Global Principles of Veterinary Collegiality’
Weiterlesen

Dr Elizabeth Boudreau; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Canine Cancer and Neurology Specialist to Receive the 2021 WSAVA Future Leader Award

Dr Elizabeth Boudreau, Assistant Professor of Small Animal Neurology at Texas A&M University, USA, is to receive the 2021 WSAVA Future Leader Award in recognition of her contribution to research and her role as an educator
Weiterlesen

Nienke Endenburg, Professional Wellness Group Chair; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Webinar to Highlight Strategies for Success in Promoting the Wellness of Veterinary Teams

In the face of growing concerns about veterinary wellness globally, the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) Professional Wellness Group is to host a free webinar, ‘Veterinary wellness - Strategies for success’
Weiterlesen

Claudia Reusch; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Endocrinologist to receive the 2021 WSAVA Scientific Achievement Award

Dr Claudia Reusch, Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine and Director of the Clinic for Small Animal Internal Medicine at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, is to receive the 2021 WSAVA Award for Scientific Achievement
Weiterlesen

Worldwide Veterinary Service

Improve International Thanks Veterinary Profession with Festive Fundraiser for Worldwide Veterinary Service

Veterinary CPD specialist Improve International has created a video to thank veterinary professionals from around the world for their hard work during the unprecedented challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic
Weiterlesen

Siraya Chunekamrai Elected WSAVA President; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Siraya Chunekamrai Elected WSAVA President

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has elected Thai veterinarian Dr Siraya Chunekamrai as its new President. Dr Chunekamrai is a pioneer of veterinary practice in Thailand where she opened the country’s first equine surgery in 1996
Weiterlesen

WSAVA Congress 2019

WSAVA/FECAVA Congress Goes Hybrid for 2020 to Increase Access to the Learning on Offer

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has announced that its 2020 World Congress, held in in collaboration with the Federation of Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA) and the Polish Small Animal Veterinary Association (PSAVA), now scheduled to take place in Warsaw, Poland from 21-24 March 2021, is to be a hybrid event
Weiterlesen

The Importance of Humane Management and Animal Welfare in Rabies Elimination Programs   ; Bildquelle: WSAVA

The Importance of Humane Management and Animal Welfare in Rabies Elimination Programs   

WSAVA webinars to highlight the work of key stakeholders to prioritize welfare on World Rabies Day - September 28 at 08:00 AM and 12:00 PM UTC
Weiterlesen

Michael Lappin; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Free WSAVA Webinar: The Impact of COVID-19 on your Patients and Staff - An Update for Veterinary Professionals

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is to host a second free webinar for veterinarians globally on Tuesday September 15 to provide an update on COVID-19 as it relates to companion animals and address many frequently asked questions
Weiterlesen

Thomas Brenten; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Royal Canin Backs WSAVA Global Nutrition Committee

Global pet nutrition company Royal Canin has partnered with the World Small Animal Veterinary Association to support the Global Nutrition Committee (GNC)
Weiterlesen

World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA)

Upcoming Webinars on Evolving Science in Osteoarthritis (OA) and Innovative Therapies in Development to Treat OA Pain for Cats and Dogs

Zoetis partners with World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and its Global Pain Council (GPC) to provide important updates on osteoarthritis and potential new tools for OA pain management to veterinarians worldwide
Weiterlesen

WSAVA Academy

WSAVA Academy: Small Mammals

Tthe first of a three module WSAVA Course with Manfred und Claudia Hochleithner on Exotic Pets is now available
Weiterlesen

Webinar weiterhin abrufbar: COVID-19 and Companion Animals – What we know today

Webinar weiterhin abrufbar: COVID-19 and Companion Animals – What we know today

Erfolgreiches Webinar für Tierärzte: Am 17. April hat die WSAVA mit Unterstützung des PURINA Institute ein kostenloses Webinar zu COVID-19 und Haustieren durchgeführt, an dem über 1.900  Tierärzte weltweit teilgenommen haben
Weiterlesen

ESCCAP European Scientific Counsel Companion Animal Parasites

Kostenloses WSAVA Webinar: COVID-19 and Companion Animals – What we know today

Das PURINA Institut und die WSAVA möchten Sie herzlich zu einem Webinar zum Thema "COVID-19 und Haustiere" einladen. Das Webinar ist kostenlos und wird von der WSAVA mit Unterstützung des PURINA Institut durchgeführt
Weiterlesen

Dr Stephen DiBartola; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Companion Animal Clinician, Educator and Researcher to receive the 2019 WSAVA Scientific Achievement Award

Dr Stephen DiBartola, Professor Emeritus at the Ohio State University, USA, is to receive the 2019 WSAVA Award for Scientific Achievement in recognition of his global contribution to small animal clinical practice, particularly in the areas of nephrology and acid-base disorders
Weiterlesen

Dr Melissa Bain ; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Global Advocate of the Role of Veterinarians in Animal Welfare Recognized with WSAVA Award

An American veterinarian, board-certified in both animal welfare and behavior, has been announced as the recipient of this year’s World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Award for Companion Animal Welfare
Weiterlesen

front row: Dr Karyl Hurley, Director, Global Scientific Policy and Engagement, Mars Incorporated, Dr Shane Ryan, WSAVA President; back row: Dr Renee Hoynck, WSAVA Honorary Secretary, Dr Ellen van Nierop, WSAVA Executive Board Member, Ms Marta Monetti, VP,; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Mars Petcare Unveiled as New Diamond Partner for WSAVA

Mars Petcare has become a Diamond Partner of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA), building on a long-term relationship with the global veterinary association established by the Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition
Weiterlesen

Emeritus Professor Michael J Day (center) with members of the AFSCAN Surveillance Project team (left to right): Dr Tayebwa Dickson from Uganda, Dr Ortwin Aschenborn from Namibia, Dr Foluke Adedayo Akande from Nigeria, Dr Sherry Johnson from Ghana, Dr Jaha; Bildquelle: WSAVA

AFSCAN Launches Pan-African Infectious Disease Surveillance Program

The African Small Companion Animal Network (AFSCAN), a project of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) charitable Foundation, has launched a major new pan-African infectious disease surveillance program
Weiterlesen

Dr Jerold Bell DVM; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Calls for ‘Health-conscious’ Breeding and Greater Use of Genetic Testing

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association has called on veterinarians and breeders to reduce the suffering caused by hereditary disease in companion animals
Weiterlesen

Dr Nienke Endenburg, Co-Chair of the WSAVA´s Professional Wellness Group; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Veterinarians Asked to Contribute to WSAVA Global Wellness Initiative

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is urging companion animal veterinarians globally to complete a multi-lingual online questionnaire from its newly formed Professional Wellness Group (PWG)
Weiterlesen

Dr Walt Ingwersen, Immediate Past President of the WSAVA, Dr Geoffrey Chen, President of FASAVA, Dr Shane Ryan, Incoming President of the WSAVA, and Dr Peter Doherty, a keynote speaker and the only veterinarian to win a Nobel Prize.; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Record Turnout for WSAVA World Congress 2018 as Plans Announced for 2019 Congress in Toronto

More than 3,350 delegates attended WSAVA World Congress in Singapore from 25-28 September, making it the most popular World Congress ever
Weiterlesen

v.l.: Dr. Shane Ryan, Neuer Präsident WSAVA, Dr. Manfred Hochleithner VÖK Representative WSAVA, Gabriel VARGA (Präsident der WSAVA Foundation); Bildquelle: Manfred Hochleithner

43rd World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Congress and 9th FASAVA Congress

Mit 3350 Teilnehmern in Singapur wurde vom 25. bis 28. September 2018 der bisherige WSAVA Rekord aus Birmingham gebrochen
Weiterlesen

Shane Ryan

Australian Veterinarian Elected WSAVA President

An Australian veterinarian practicing in Singapore, Dr Shane Ryan, is the newly elected President of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA)
Weiterlesen

WSAVA

WSAVA Animal Welfare Guidelines

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Targets Welfare with Release of First Global Guidelines for Companion Animal Practitioners
Weiterlesen

Members of the VGG at one of the small group meetings in Mexico.  Left to right: Dr Richard Squires (James Cook University, Australia), Dr Cynda Crawford (University of Florida, USA), Emeritus Professor Michael Day (Chairman, UK) and Dr Mary Marcondes (S&; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Vaccination Guidelines Group Project Continues in Latin America

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Vaccination Guidelines Group (VGG) has held a series of meetings and continuing education (CE) sessions in Mexico
Weiterlesen

Dr. Guyan Weerasinghe; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Australian Veterinarian to Receive 2018 WSAVA, Hill’s 'Next Generation' Veterinary Award

Dr. Guyan Weerasinghe, an Australian veterinarian working in small animal practice and as a state government veterinary officer, has been announced by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and Hill's Pet Nutrition as the winner of the 2018 Next Generation Veterinary Award
Weiterlesen

 WSAVA President Dr Walt Ingwersen; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Endorses FVE/FECAVA Position Paper on Healthy Breeding

Global companion animal veterinary association warns of the health and welfare risks of extreme breeding
Weiterlesen

Professor Colin Harvey; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Champion of Veterinary Dentistry to receive the 2018 WSAVA Scientific Achievement Award

Emeritus Professor Colin Harvey is the recipient of the prestigious 2018 WSAVA Award for Scientific Achievement in recognition of his work to highlight the importance of veterinary oral and dental conditions in companion animals
Weiterlesen

Dr Susan Kuria

AFSCAN Announces 2019 AFSCAN-BSAVA and AFSCAN-VMX Scholarships

The African Small Companion Animal Network (AFSCAN), a project supported by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association's (WSAVA) Charitable Foundation (WSAVAF), has announced the recipients of the 2019 AFSCAN-BSAVA and AFSCAN-VMX Scholarships
Weiterlesen

Edward B Breitschwerd; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Joint Winners of WSAVA 2018 Global One Health Award Announced

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has announced that a veterinarian and a physician are the joint winners of its 2018 Global One Health Award.
Weiterlesen

FECAVA

Companion animal vets worldwide voice concern about new ‘pug’ film

Extreme breeding causes serious health and welfare problems: veterinarians are voicing their concern about the promotion of flat-faced dogs in films and social media, as this is likely to boost consumer demand for such dog
Weiterlesen

Dr Walt Ingwersen; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Launches Campaign to Secure Equitable Access to Veterinary Therapeutics for Veterinarians Globally

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has launched a campaign to secure equitable access to veterinary therapeutics for veterinarians
Weiterlesen

WSAVA´s New Website

WSAVA’s New Website Aims to Mobilize its Global Veterinary Community

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has unveiled a new website which aims to enhance and mobilize its global veterinary community
Weiterlesen

Arpita Bhose; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Arpita Bhose Appointed as WSAVA’s Chief Executive Officer

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA), which represents more than 200,000 veterinarians worldwide through 105 member associations, has appointed its first Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Weiterlesen

Dog vaccination at Raia village Salcete taluka 04 Jan 2018, Rotary team vehicle at the backside; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Mission Rabies Goa Projects Boosted by Support from The Rotary Foundation

Mission Rabies, a charity set up by UK veterinarian, Dr Luke Gamble, to help to eliminate rabies has received a grant from the Rotary Foundation, a global organization based in the USA
Weiterlesen

Professor Mike Lappin; Bildquelle: WSAVA

New Chair for WSAVA One Health Committee

US veterinarian Professor Michael (Mike) Lappin has been elected as the Chair of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) One Health Committee (OHC)
Weiterlesen

from left to right: panel chair Monique Megens, panellist Åke Hedhammar, panellist Peter Sandøe, DSAVA President Anne Sorensen, WSAVA President Walt Ingwersen, and panellists Wolfgang Dohne, Gudrun Ravetz, Kristin Wear Prestrud and Laurent Fi; Bildquelle: Simon Callaghan Photography Ltd.

Vets must ‘dare to speak out’

Urgent action on brachycephalic dogs called for during panel discussion at FECAVA/WSAVA/DSAVA Congress in Copenhagen
Weiterlesen

(left to right) Mike Ellis and Mogens Hansen; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Dr Mogens Hansen Receives 2017 Henry Schein Cares International Veterinary Community Service Award

Danish veterinarian Dr Mogens Hansen has been presented with the fifth annual Henry Schein Cares International Veterinary Community Service Award
Weiterlesen

Dr. Shane Ryan and Dr. Melinda Merck, co-chairs of the WSAVA´s Animal Wellness and Welfare Committee; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Expresses Opposition to Dog and Cat Meat Trade in New Position Statement

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has strongly expressed its opposition to the dog and cat meat trade in a new position statement
Weiterlesen

Members of the VGG visit a veterinary hospital in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro.  Left to right: Dr Mary Marcondes (São Paulo State University, Brazil), Emeritus Professor Michael Day (Chairman, UK), Dr Carmen Vasconcellos (hospital director), Dr Richar; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Vaccination Guidelines Group Project Continues in Latin America

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s(WSAVA’s) Vaccination Guidelines Group (VGG) has concluded a series of meetings and CE sessions in Brazil
Weiterlesen

Tiny de Keuster; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Blue Dog Programme to Receive WSAVA’s 2017 Global One Health Award

The Blue Dog Programme, an educational initiative to help children to interact safely with dogs, has been awarded the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) 2017 Global One Health Award
Weiterlesen

Dr. Luba Gancheva

WSAVA, Hill's Announce 2017 'Next Generation' Veterinary Award Winner

Dr. Luba Gancheva, a Bulgarian veterinarian who now lives and works in Romania, has been named by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and Hill's Pet Nutrition as the winner of the 2017 ‘Next Generation’ Veterinary Award
Weiterlesen

Professor Bojan Zorko from the University of Ljubljana

Bojan Zorko to Receive the 2017 WSAVA Meritorious Service Award

Professor Bojan Zorko from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, is to receive the 2017 World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Award for Meritorious Service in recognition of the role he has played in developing the veterinary profession in the country
Weiterlesen

Jens Häggström; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Pioneering Work on Heart Disease Earns Swedish Veterinarian the 2017 WSAVA Global Scientific Achievement Award

Professor Jens Häggström, Professor of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Uppsala in Sweden, is to receive the 2017 WSAVA Award for Scientific Achievement
Weiterlesen

WSAVA

Healthy Breeding in the Spotlight as WSAVA World Congress 2017 Heads to Copenhagen

Delegates urged to book before the Early Bird deadline of 30 May 2017
Weiterlesen

Dr Cathryn Mellersh; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Vets Urged to Take Proactive Role in Tackling Hereditary Disease

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association has called on vets to take a proactive role in tackling hereditary disease and to advise breeders on the tests available to them before they breed from their animals
Weiterlesen

Veterinary student Lois Sanni

AFSCAN Announces 2017 Research and Studentship Awards

The African Small Companion Animal Network (AFSCAN), a project supported by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association's (WSAVA) Charitable Foundation, has announced the recipients of the 2017 AFSCAN Research and Studentship Awards
Weiterlesen

Michael Topper

New Board Members Appointed to WSAVA Foundation

The Charitable Foundation of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has appointed four new Board Members as it prepares to ramp up activity and increase the geographical spread of its initiatives
Weiterlesen

Steve Kirton, Circa Healthcare, Mark Johnston, Vetstream, and Walt Ingwersen, President of the WSAVA; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Announces Partnership with Vetstream to Enhance Global Member Communication

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has announced a partnership with veterinary digital services provider Vetstream as it focuses on enhancing communication with its 101 member associations and individual membership of more than 200,000 veterinary professionals around the world
Weiterlesen

Global Nutrition Committee (GNC) - left to right: Gregg Takashima, Cecillia Villaverde, Ben Teng, Minna Rinkinen, Lisa Weeth and Marge Chandler; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA Global Nutrition Committee Reports Growing Interest in The Importance of Diet from Veterinarians Globally

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Global Nutrition Committee (GNC) has highlighted a growing interest in the importance of nutrition in optimum pet health
Weiterlesen

One Care Vietnam; Bildquelle: WSAVA

WSAVA One Care Reports Success in Helping to Develop Companion Animal Veterinary Practice Globally

An initiative launched by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) to develop the companion animal veterinary profession is being extended
Weiterlesen

Zoë Belshaw

UK Chair for WSAVA Continuing Education Committee

UK vet Zoë Belshaw has been appointed as Chair of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) Continuing Education (CE) Committee
Weiterlesen

Preventing Obesity in People and their Pets: A One Health Approach; Bildquelle: WSAVA

Human and Veterinary Healthcare Professionals Call for a ‘One Health’ Approach to Policy Discussions on Obesity

A vision of a world where regular activity, a balanced diet and healthy weight are part of every family’s life was set out at a recent conference
Weiterlesen

Dr Anselm Voigts, AFSCAN Ambassador, Namibia; Dr Olatunji Nasir, AFSCAN Ambassador, Nigeria, Professor Amandus Muhairwa, AFSCAN Ambassador, Tanzania; Bildquelle: AFSCAN

AFSCAN Announces New Initiatives for 2017

The African Small Companion Animal Network (AFSCAN) announced two new initiatives for 2017 as part of its work to drive up standards of veterinary care for companion animals in Africa
Weiterlesen

Brook A. Niemiec DVM, DAVDC, DEVDC, FAVD; Bildquelle: WSAVA

New WSAVA Guidelines Aim to Set Standards for Veterinary Dentistry Worldwide

A set of guidelines being developed by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association aims to enhance standards of veterinary dentistry around the world, bridging what the organization perceives as a significant gap in veterinary education and enhancing the level of veterinary care provided to companion animals
Weiterlesen

Dr Walt Ingwersen; Bildquelle: WSAVA

First Canadian Elected to WSAVA Presidency

A Canadian veterinarian is the new President of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association. Dr Walt Ingwersen, a member of the Association’s Executive Board, was elected to the presidency during WSAVA World Congress 2016
Weiterlesen

Claudia und Manfred Hochleithner beim Galaabend zusammen mit der Schweizer Vertreterin Käthi Brunner, Past Präsident Gabriel Varga sowie FASAVA Präsidenten aus Korea Dr Jong-il Kang; Bildquelle: Manfred Hochleithner

Bericht vom WSAVA Kongress in Auckland

Vom 6. bis 10.3.2013 fand in Auckland, Neuseeland der 38. WSAVA Kongress statt. Hier der Bericht vom VÖK Präsidenten Dr. Manfred Hochleithner
Weiterlesen

World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA)

WSAVA World Congress 2013

Der Weltkongress der World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) findet vom 6. bis 9. März 2013 in Auckland statt
Weiterlesen

WSAVA

Peter Ihrke new WSAVA President

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) will introduce its new President, Dr. Peter Ihrke, Professor of Dermatology at the University of California School of Veterinary Medicine, at this year's World Congress in Birmingham. The event takes place between 11-15 April 2012
Weiterlesen

WSAVA

WSAVA Pain Council Aims to Raise Standards of Pain Management in Small Animals

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has launched a Global Pain Council (GPC) to raise the standard of pain management in small animals.
Weiterlesen

Kleintier-Weltkongress 2010

Kleintier-Weltkongress 2010

Vom 2. bis 5. Juni 2010 findet in Genf im Palexpo der 35. Weltkongress der Kleintiermedizin statt. Es ist gleichzeitig der 16. FECAVA-Kongress, der 5. FAFVAC-Kongress und die 41. Jahresversammlung der SVK-ASMPA
Weiterlesen

35th Annual WSAVA-Congress in Geneva

35th Annual WSAVA-Congress in Geneva

Geneva is proud to host the 35th WSAVA-Congress, the 16th FECAVA-Congress, 41st SVK-ASMPA-Congress and the 3rd FAFVAC-Congress
Weiterlesen

Eukanuba Round Table zum Thema Pädiatrie präsentiert neue wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse

Eukanuba Round Table zum Thema Pädiatrie präsentiert neue wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse

Im Vorfeld des Kongresses der World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) fand der Eukanuba Round Table zum Thema Pädiatrie statt. Hier stellten tierärztliche Spezialisten neue wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse zur Entwicklung, Pflege und Behandlung von Hunde- und Katzenwelpen vor, die Tierärzten, Züchtern und Tierbesitzern von Nutzen sein werden
Weiterlesen

Dr. Darryl L. Millis

Gewinner des WSAVA IAMS PAATSAMA AWARD 2006 ausgezeichnet

Dr. Darryl L. Millis erhält internationale Auszeichnung für seine hervorragenden Leistungen auf dem Gebiet der orthopädischen Diagnostik und Chirurgie
Weiterlesen

Prof. Dr. Hazewinkel ist Gewinner des WSAVA / Iams / Paatsama Award 2005

Der WSAVA/Iams/Paatsama Award wird jährlich an einen klinischen Wissenschaftler für besondere Leistungen im Fachgebiet Orthopädie verliehen
Weiterlesen

Reisen zum FECAVA-FEEVA Kongress nach Amsterdam und zum WSAVA Weltkongress nach Mexico City

Auch heuer organisiert das TUI Reisecenter - Kami Travel World für die österreichischen Tierärzte wieder die Reisen zum FECAVA-FEEVA Kongress nach Amsterdam und zum WSAVA Weltkongress für Kleintierärzte, der heuer in Mexico City stattfindet
Weiterlesen

WSAVA-Kongress 2004: Tierärzte diskutieren über Übergewicht bei Hunden und Katzen

Bei Hunden und Katzen ist Übergewicht die häufigste ernährungsbedingte Erkrankung. Bis zu 40% aller Hunde und Katzen sind zu dick. Auf dem diesjährigen WSAVA-Kongress war daher die optimale Körperkondition bei Hunden und Katzen Hauptthema der Iams Company, eines der Hauptsponsoren des Weltkongresses. Die durch The Iams Company auf dem Weltkongress vermittelte Botschaft lautete, dass eine erfolgreiche Gewichtskontrolle eine wichtige Maßnahme zur Prävention von Erkrankungen bei Hunden und Katzen darstellt
Weiterlesen



International

Wissenschaft

Neuerscheinungen

26.12.