Bringing colleagues together for the benefit of our patients

I was proud to jointly host the first meeting of FIAVAC , the Federation of Spanish and Portuguese Speaking Small Animal Veterinary Associations and FECAVA, the Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations at the WSAVA Congress in #Toronto #FECAVA #FIAVAC It was decided to explore opportunities to work together on matters of animal welfare, antimicrobial resistance and canine vector borne diseases.

These are issue of concern not only in Europe but also in Central and South America. Hopefully we will be able to maintain and to extend this dialogue.

Events like these make a nice change from my work in general practice and it is exciting to be able to use my experiences from general practice in Virginia Water into this global meetings for the benefit of colleagues and patients worldwide.

Published by The Blue Vet

I am a veterinary surgeon with a German and Norwegian educational background. I have been the founder and for over 20 years I have been the senior veterinarian at the Virginia Water Veterinary Clinic in Surrey, England. When starting this blog I was also the President of FECAVA, the Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations. In the summer of 2019 I left my clinic to work as an international locum and clinical advisor. I am interested in all aspects of clinical companion animal medicine, in endurance sports and in traveling and meeting people with and without their pets and especially in sharing my knowledge with colleagues in other parts of Europe and the World.

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