VVMAVermont Veterinary Medical Association
VVMAVirginia Veterinary Medical Association
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The Virginia Veterinary Medical Association (VVMA) is a professional organization of veterinarians dedicated to preserving and enhancing the quality of human and animal life through veterinary medicine.
Although this constituted a 14 percent reduction from 2012, the VVMA and VDH seek to continue reducing the number of statewide cases.
Throughout Tick-Borne Diseases Awareness Week, VVMA and VDH will offer educational opportunities to instruct families about proper prevention methods for destructive tick-borne diseases.
Morgan, who has already left her mark in the field of veterinary medicine,” said Terry Taylor, D.V.M., VVMA president-elect.
A past president of both the Piedmont VMA and VVMA, and he served on the VVMA board of directors as a representative from Roanoke Valley.
Webster has also served in several leadership capacities in the field, including president of the VVMA from 1985-1986 as well as president of the Roanoke Valley VMA, and as a member of the Virginia Board of Veterinary Medicine.
He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, VVMA, Virginia Academy of Food Animal Practitioners, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Southern Animal Health Association, U.S.
The VVMA recognized McElvain for his enthusiasm and follow-through in building lasting relationships with the Virginia veterinary customer base.
“Seth is a loyal and invaluable canine with a keen sense of awareness, and we are happy to announce that he is our 2014 Animal Hero,” said Terry Taylor, D.V.M., VVMA president-elect.
The VVMA will bring therapy dogs for the legislators and passers by to visit and pet.
Schmitz, executive director of the VVMA. “With so many changes to pet owners' homes, including decorations and visits from family and friends, some pets can become stressed and experience behavioral changes.
Schmitz, executive director of the VVMA. “It is a wonderful opportunity for the area's veterinarians to earn continuing education hours and network and brainstorm with one another on the latest research and findings of veterinary medicine.”