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Veterinarian Associations and Organizations
Click on the letters below to search veterinary associations and organizations alphabetically.

UEP - United Egg Producers- Concerned with the disastrous price cycles of the egg industry and with no unified voice to address industry issues, a group of producers met in the fall of 1968 to discuss the formation of an organization that could provide the needed industry leadership. Their vision was to establish an organization that could provide the following services to the industry: Price Discovery, Production and marketing information, Unified industry leadership, Establish a strong relationship with USDA, Develop a Washington presence, Support strong industry promotion efforts
UFAW - Universities Federation for Animal Welfare- UFAW is a unique scientific and technical animal welfare organisation. We use scientific knowledge and established expertise to improve the welfare of animals kept as pets, in zoos, laboratories, and on farms and of wild animals with which we interact.
UKERF - University of Kentucky Equine Research Foundation- has been successful in its efforts to provide the format to disseminate information to and from the horse industry. The dual purpose of the Foundation is to facilitate the exchange of information with the equine industry and to secure funding for equine research at the University of Kentucky (UK). Through the collaborative efforts of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Department of Veterinary Science, the UKERF board, and a committee of university researchers and area veterinarians, we strive to provide the university and our industry with current information and future needs.
University of Connecticut PreVet Club- The objectives of this organization shall be,
To foster high standards of scholarship, leadership, character, and friendship among its members. To promote cooperation between students, faculty and members of the veterinary profession. To render services to the students, faculty and members of related fields. To promote the profession of veterinary medicine.
University of Florida Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club- We are a student organization whose members are largely interested in veterinary medicine as well as gaining admission into vet school. Our group meets every other week and all UF students, faculty, staff, and student spouses interested in veterinary medicine or in the club's activities are welcome to join. Club activities include guest speakers talking on pre-veterinary and veterinary related topics, tours of veterinary facilities (including our own veterinary college), animal-related volunteer activities, informative field trips, and social club gatherings such as the Spring Banquet held at the end of the year.
University of Missouri Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club- We, the pre-veterinary students of the University of Missouri-Columbia, order to secure for ourselves a fuller understanding and finer appreciation of the study of in veterinary medicine, do hereby adopt and establish the following constitution and by-laws. We will not discriminate against race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disabilities, or veterans.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Pre-Veterinary Association- The Pre-Veterinary Association explores the many diverse fields of veterinary medicine for students interested in the careers of veterinary science. We help students in the application process for veterinary school, provide supplemental education in the field along side undergraduate course work, and inform them of campus and community events that may enhance their understanding of veterinary medicine.
University of Wisconsin-River Falls PreVet Club- The mission of the Pre-Veterinary Club at UWRF is to introduce students to opportunities and information related to animals and veterinary medicine. An environment is provided where students can get together to share experiences and become involved in a variety of activities.
USAHA - United States Animal Health Association- a national non-profit organization, has about 1,400 members and works with state and federal animal health officials, veterinarians, livestock producers, national livestock and poultry organizations, research scientists, the extension service and seven foreign countries to control livestock diseases in the United States. The Association serves as an advisor to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.USAHA represents all 50 states, 7 foreign countries and 18 allied groups serving health, technical and consumer markets. The Association has 33 working committees concerned about all diseases affecting major domestic livestock.
USDF - United States Dressage Federation- United States Dressage Federation: A nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation, USDF serves as the national voice of the dressage community. USDF is dedicated to education, to the recognition of achievement, and to the promotion of the sport of dressage. Become a group member of USDF by joining one of its 133 affiliated dressage clubs, or join USDF directly as a participating member and receive additional benefits and awards eligibility.
USP - U.S. Pharmacopeia- USP helps to ensure that consumers receive quality medicines by establishing state-of-the-art standards that pharmaceutical manufacturers must meet. As the world's most highly recognized and technologically advanced pharmacopeia, USP provides standards for more than 3,800 medicines, dietary supplements, and other health care products.
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