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Mongolian Small Animal Veterinary Association

MoSAVA

Address: Khan-Uul district, 11th khoroo, Flowers town 46F-12, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Country: Mongolia

Region: Asia

Telephone no:

Website:

Members: 60

Status: Associate

Tier: Tier 2

President: Dr. Onolbaatar Byambaa

Rep: Dr. Onolbaatar Byambaa

Vision, Mission & Objectives

We established our association in 2015 and now have 60 members, including 12 small animal veterinary clinics.  Pet numbers are increasing rapidly in Mongolia, especially in our cities, so there is a growing need for companion animal veterinarians. Just a few years ago, there were only 2 small animal clinics in our capital city, Ulaanbaatar, which has 1.5 million residents and about 50,000 pets.  

In recent years, Mongolian veterinarians have been lobbying for changes in animal health laws in the country and a new law was passed in June 2018.  It covers the rights and responsibilities of companion animal veterinarians but we will need to work with government on the details of related regulations and procedures. We are also trying to secure legal assent for a pet identification system to ensure that all companion animals receive a high standard of veterinary care and that clients receive proper documentation. Finally, we are working to ease up the system for the import of veterinary drugs and equipment.  This is very important.

CE  is one of the most compelling issues for us as we have only one veterinary school and most of the focus is on livestock medicine. We are trying to work with Veterinary Management Agency, research institutes and the Mongolian Veterinary School to develop companion animal CE-related activities.  We are also hoping to work with the WSAVA on this. We also wanted to be connected to our peers to help to advance companion animal health and welfare through the WSAVA’s global veterinary community.

Lastly, it was an honor to be participate in the 43rd WSAVA Congress and we are excited at our new membership. We organized an update meeting  on October 29 2018 and representatives from 10 small animal clinics joined us and expressed their thanks to the WSAVA.  We look forward to fruitful cooperation in the years ahead and thank you very much again for your continued support and kindness to our community.
 

Priorities for the Upcoming Year

1. CE for the members
2. Client education
3. Spay and neuter program with City Governor's office

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