We have 20 specialist divisions and 24 territorial divisions providing services to, and representing, veterinary surgeons in different specialisms across the UK.
AGV is a non-territorial division of the BVA and membership is open to anyone who is currently, or has been previously, employed by a Government department, or who provides services to Government.
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Association of Veterinarians in Industry
AVI represents the interests of members working in commercial appointments, primarily pharmaceutical and allied industries. It has a discussion forum and produces an annual salary survey.
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Represents all UK and Dublin veterinary students and aims to improve undergraduate education by bringing together all UK veterinary students.
Association involved with all aspects of cattle veterinary matters and consulted by many organisations for informed opinion.
BEVA promotes veterinary and allied sciences related to horse welfare and is a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas.
BSAVA fosters and promotes the interests of all veterinarians concerned with small animal practice, teaching, and research. It has developed into a major association and has charity status.
The BVHA actively promotes high standards of patient care through improvements in the design, management, and equipment of veterinary hospitals. Full membership is open to any RCVS-approved veterinary hospital. Associate membership is open to any other UK practice or individual involved in the veterinary profession.
The BVPA encompasses all matters poultry - breeding and hatching, welfare, research and development. The poultry industry is a leading agricultural industry and veterinary input is vital in this specialised and technical field.
BVZS is involved in almost every aspect of the care and welfare of wild animals. It has responsibility for exotic pets, companion avian species, zoo animals, and wildlife.
FVS provides a forum for veterinary professionals with an interest in promoting the health and well being of fish by discussion of fish health care and problems and the exchange of professional and scientific information.
Founded in 1979 to promote interest in, and improve knowledge of, goats in the veterinary profession.
Email: Ben Dustan MRCVS email@example.com
LAVA deals with the veterinary care and all aspects of the welfare of laboratory animals. It helps to make sure that vets are properly equipped to look after experimental animals.
The aims of the society are to enhance knowledge and understanding of pig disease, herd health, management, husbandry, economics, and welfare.
Membership is open to serving or retired members of the RAVC who are BVA members.
Promotes sheep health and welfare and provides a forum for discussions and advice on sheep matters.
Concerned with the health and welfare of the racing greyhound.
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Provides advice, information, and practical guidance for vets working in general practice.
Members are involved with the management and diseases of wild and captive deer.
Concerned with all aspects of the production of food of animal origin and the improvement of animal welfare.
Ayrshire Veterinary Association
Cornwall Veterinary Association
Cotswold Veterinary Association
Dumfries and Galloway Division
East Midlands Veterinary Association
Eastern Counties Veterinary Society
Essex Veterinary Society
Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire Veterinary Society
Lakeland Veterinary Association
Lincolnshire and District Veterinary Association
North Wales Division
Shropshire Veterinary Association
South Eastern Veterinary Association
Southern Counties Veterinary Society
Sussex Veterinary Society
Warwickshire Veterinary Association
Wyvern Veterinary Society
Represents teachers of veterinary science in the UK and Irish veterinary schools as well as those engaged in veterinary research in universities, research institutes, and industry.
Promotes animal health and welfare through the ongoing development of professional excellence in veterinary nursing.
Aims to help grow veterinary practice management skills through support, sharing, and learning.