/ ASCAL - Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science-
is concerned with all aspects of education
pertaining to the field of laboratory animal science.
In addition through the Continuing Education column in
the Newsletter, the Education Council recognizes members
engaged in lifelong training by awarding continuing education
certificates. In conjunction with the Registry Board,
the Education Council promotes optimal standards of technical
care and use of laboratory animals through the registry
- Conservation Breeding Specialist Group- The
World Conservation Union serves as the United Nations
of conservation. With 975 volunteer members, CBSG is one
of the largest of over 110 Specialist Groups comprising
the Species Survival Commission (SSC), one of six IUCN
Commissions. CBSG is funded by annual voluntary donations
from more than 150 institutions and individuals worldwide.
Support for individual projects comes from conservation
organizations, private foundations, zoos, aquariums and
regional zoo associations, corporations and wildlife agencies.
- Canadian Council on Animal Care- "The
purpose of the Canadian Council on Animal Care is to act
in the interests of the people of Canada to ensure through
programs of education, assessment and persuasion that
the use of animals, where necessary, for research, teaching
and testing employs optimal physical and psychological
care according to acceptable scientific standards, and
to promote an increased level of knowledge, awareness
and sensitivity to relevant ethical principles."
- Canine Companions for Independence- is
a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people
with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance
dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.
- Canine Eye Registration Foundation- is
an organization that was founded by a group of concerned,
purebred owner/breeders who recognized that the quality
of their dog's lives were being affected by heritable
eye disease. C.E.R.F. was then established in conjunction
with cooperating, board certified, veterinary ophthalmologists,
as a means to accomplish the goal of elimination of heritable
eye disease in all purebred dogs by forming a centralized,
- Cat Fancier's Association- the
world's largest registry of pedigreed cats, is proud to
provide this comprehensive look into pedigreed cats and
CFA. CFA's mission is to preserve and promote the pedigreed
breeds of cats and to enhance the well-being of all cats.
- Chemical Industry Institute of Toxicology- is
a private, not-for-profit research organization created
by farsighted chemical industry leaders in 1974 to conduct
independent research on the effects of chemicals. The
purpose of CIIT is to advance industry and public interest
in the acquisition, evaluation, and dissemination of information
on the potential impact of exposure to chemicals and other
substances on human health.
- Continental Kennel Club- The
All Breed "Hassle- Free" Kennel
Davis Foundation for the Advancement of Veterinary and
Comparative Pathology- is the
largest organization in the world composed of individuals
who are engaged in the formal or informal, study, practice
or teaching of Avian, Aquatic, Comparative, Veterinary,
Wildlife and Zoological Pathology or Related Scientific
- Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation-
is an association of individuals,
agencies and organizations, which comprise the international
community of professional and occupational regulation.
CLEAR is a dynamic forum for improving the quality and
understanding of regulation in order to enhance public
- Computer-aided Learning In Veterinary Education-
is a consortium of the 6 United Kingdom
veterinary schools. We are making Computer-Assisted Learning
(CAL) an established and expanding feature of veterinary
undergraduate education in all subjects of the veterinary
Zoologico (Malaysian Veterinary Students)- is
an animal-lovers' club run by Veterinary Student of University
Putra Malaysia (located in the beautiful tropics Malaysia!
think Orangutan, Hornbills, and Tigers)
- Consortium of North American Veterinary Interactive
New Concept Education- is a not-for-profit
organization allied with the American Veterinary Medical
Association. The primary purpose of CONVINCE is to encourage
cooperative development and sharing of interactive video,
CD, and hypermedia programs for veterinary medical education.
- Conselho Regional de Medicina Veterinária do Rio de
Janeiro- A população,
razão central de um país, deve e tem que
ser salvaguarda, em todos os aspectos, mormente no que
concerne à saúde, segurança e bem
estar social, mesmo porque, o interesse público
se sobrepõe sempre a todo e qualquer interesse
Society- The mission of the Crustacean
Society is to advance the study of all aspects of the
biology of the Crustacea by promoting the exchange and
dissemination of information throughout the world.
Please consider membership in the society.
- Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases-
is an organization with the sole purpose
of discussing and disseminating the research advances
in animal diseases. It is a non-profit organization, and
has been so since its first meeting in 1920.
- Canadian Swine Breeders Association- is
Canada's national association for our swine breeding industry.
Our members are largely swine breeders, ranging from single
proprietors and partnerships, corporate farm ownerships,
to large breeding companies, many of whom have interests
outside of Canada. This diversity of membership provides
the genetic base for most of the swine genetics used in
- Connecticut United for Research Excellence- A
not-for-profit 501(c) 3 corporation, CURE is firmly establishing
Connecticut as an internationally recognized center for
bioscience research and development.
- Christian Veterinary Mission- is
glad to provide a place for veterinarians and veterinary
students to stay updated on what is going on in the veterinary
community, worldwide. CVM provides missionary opportunities
(short- and long-term) as well as programs at national
conferences & conventions that speak to the
everyday life of veterinary practice, joined with the
- Canadian Veterinary Medical Association-
is the national body serving the interests of over 8,000
Canadian veterinarians. The association encourages veterinarians
to uphold high medical and professional standards and
supports them in their practices.
- College of Veterinarians of Ontario- regulates
the practice of veterinary medicine in Ontario to protect
the public interest. The CVO is not a school or university
and is financed primarily by the licence fees of veterinarians
in Ontario. The CVO licenses veterinarians, inspects and
accredits veterinary facilities and investigates complaints
and concerns with veterinarians. The CVO also establishes
and maintains standards of practice and disciplines veterinarians
who are guilty of professional misconduct.