Committees and Working Groups

Latest Vaccination Guidelines now in Thai!

How can you standardize one of the most common treatments veterinarians perform worldwide? Try starting with vaccination protocols. The WSAVA Vaccination guidelines group has published a document intended to be a foundation for setting these standards.

Looking for an update One Health?

Check out the proceedings of a symposium hosted jointly by our One Health Committee and the CDC!

WSAVA set to host groundbreaking symposium on obesity and One Health

Expect new approaches and insights at our One Health Committee's Obesity Conference, focused on  preventing obesity in owners and their pets.

Looking for support with dentistry?

Dental disease is the most common medical issue in small animal medicine with 70% of cats and 80% of dogs having a degree of periodontal disease by the age of three, aside from other oral problems.  Despite this, there is a serious lack of dentistry training on the global veterinary curriculum and little CE on this vital topic.

Ketamine campaign - can we get 10,000 signatures on our petition?

Ketamine - The Right Decision from the WHO!

Following the story in the last e-bulletin about concerning proposals to restrict the availability of the drug by rescheduling it, the World Health Organisation's Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD), has now ruled against this. 

Your Executive Board - Setting the Course for our Global Community

The WSAVA Executive Board (EB) is run by volunteers from around the world who are developing the strategic plans to deliver our global veterinary community. In January 2016 the EB members met for a key planning meeting in Orlando. 

Updated Global Vaccination Guidelines!

The WSAVA Vaccination Guidelines Group (VGG) has updated the Vaccination Guidelines it offers to veterinarians and the fact sheets it has created on key global vaccine-preventable diseases of dogs and cats.  

An update on the WSAVA's ketamine campaign

From 16-20 November 2015, the ECDD Committee of WHO met to discuss the status of ketamine.  

'Join us' message to Central American veterinary associations!

From 9-15 November, we held a CE and WSAVA awareness-raising tour in four Central American countries.  

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