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Japanese translation of the GPC Guidelines released!

The first non-english translation of the full Global Pain Council Guidelines have been released!

With many special thanks to Dr Yamashita and VetzPetz, members can now access the full Global Pain Council Guidelines in Japanese.

View the guidelines in Japanese here.

Check out our June WSAVA E-Bulletin!

The latest WSAVA e-bulletin is now available.

Follow the link and choose the language of your preference.

Remembering Two Former WSAVA Presidents

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The first week of March was a sad one for the WSAVA as two of our past presidents, Professor Carl Osborne (1982-84) and Dr Andrew Edney (1990-92) passed away within three days of each other. Current Past President, Professor Colin Burrows pays tribute to them here.

Could you be the next recipient of the WSAVA-Hill’s Next Generation Award?


Deadline for applications: 31 January 2017


Help our friends in Nepal: a message from our president

Dear Colleagues

WSAVA Vaccination Guidelines from the Asian study are now ready for view!

The Vaccination Guidelines Group went on a fact finding mission in Asian countries throughout 2012-2013. Now the outcome is available for review! This document reports on the habits of Asian practitioners with regard to controlling and preventing infectious disease with special reference to vaccinology.

Veterinary Analgesia: Moving Closer to Nirvana?

Read this amazing editorial  that introduces the WSAVA Global Pain Treatise!

Who makes a difference in your part of the world? Let us know- the WSAVA Awards

The WSAVA invites all members of the Global Veterinary Community to send in nominations for our annual awards.

New partnership to fight zoonotic vector-borne disease

The WSAVA Executive Board  is joining the fight against zoonotic vector-borne disease through the Canine Vector Borne Disease website ( supported by Bayer Healthcare Animal Health division.

Recipient of WSAVA, Hill’s Next Generation Award announced

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Congratulations to Dr Luba Gancheva for her work to develop the profession in Eastern Europe!

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