- Veterinary Association for Arbitration and Jurisprudence-
is a national association of attorneys,
veterinarians, and other individuals and organizations
with an interest in veterinary medical law and how it
pertains to the veterinary profession and allied fields.
- Veterinary Cancer Society- The
Veterinary Cancer Society was formed in 1974 by an interested
group of veterinary oncologists. It is a non-profit educational
organization that is incorporated in the State of Illinois.
Our current membership numbers around 600 and includes
specialists in medical, surgical, and radiation oncology,
internists, pathologists, pharmacologists, and general
practitioners from all over the United States and the
- Veterinary Emergency Critical Care Society- The
objective of the Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care
Society is to raise the level of patient care for seriously
ill or injured animals through quality education and communication
programs. The VECCS has given rise to three other national
organizations (see sidebar) focused on expanding the training
and core knowledge in veterinary emergency and critical
- Veterinary Educational Team Sled Dog Racing- The
Veterinary Educational Team (V. E. T.) was established
in 1996 to promote the study, education and welfare of
Arctic breeds of canine athletes. The primary goal of
the organization is to educate school age children throughout
the Southeast on the sport of sled dog racing, including
the humanitarian treatment of the animals used in arctic
life, and the history and culture of Native Alaskans through
a variety of community programs and services. Its parallel
purpose is to share knowledge of canine sports medicine
with veterinarians, mushers, researchers and sports enthusiasts.
The V. E. T. is a tax-exempt organization governed by
an advisory board. The board promotes participation in
the International Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and oversees
the educational visits to schools.
Foundation- The purpose of the
VETAIR Foundation is international, professional and safe
identification/registration of pet animals. We microchip
because we love them, because we want to know where they
are, and because we want to protect them from theft.
- Veterinary History Society- The
Veterinary History Society was founded at an inaugural
meeting held in the Wellcome Medical History Library on
31st October 1962.The aims of the Society are to foster
all aspects of veterinary history by means of: promoting
meetings for members and guests; publishing a regular
bulletin; preparing exhibitions; sponsoring lectures for
students, other veterinary associations and at joint meetings
with other societies; encouraging the preservation of
artefacts of veterinary historical interest; and assisting
research workers and others on any matters related to
the history of the veterinary art.
- Veterinary Information Network- The
Veterinary Information Network, founded in 1990 by veterinarians
Dr. Duncan Ferguson and Dr. Paul D. Pion, is a division
of the Veterinary Information Network, Inc. VIN
is the first and largest online service for veterinary
professionals. It can be defined as a multi-specialist
veterinary facility, with boarded consultants and a fully-staffed
library / trained librarians.
- Veterinary Student Achiever's Society (Phillipines)-
A culmination of intellectually gifted
students of Veterinary Medicine, based in the College
of Veterinary Medicine in the University of the Philippines
Los Banos. Affiliated to the Mu Eta Upsilon Fraternity/Sorority
- VSAS Philippines Incorporated.