Member of the Palm Beach Veterinary Society
PBVS is an organization of veterinarians dedicated to providing the community with animal hospitals of the highest quality of service and care for pets.
The PBVS was established to promote the highest professional relationship among its members and the public. Providing programs that further the professional education of veterinarians is part of the PBVS's objectives, in an atmosphere of friendship, cooperation, and good fellowship. Our web presence will allow us to convey important information to the public as well as to our existing members. This will allow us to keep pet owners current with information when it comes to their pets.
Association of Avian Veterinarians
The mission of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) is to enhance animal and human health by advancing veterinary internal medicine through training, education, and discovery.
Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians
The Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians (AEMV) is a membership organization representing the specialty of exotic mammal medicine. AEMV was established in 2000 by veterinarians interested in advancing the veterinary care of ferrets, guinea pigs, rodents and other small exotic mammals. Associations existed to assist veterinarians interested in avian and zoo animal medicine, but not for those wishing to offer the best medical and surgical care for owners
of mammals outside traditional dog and cats.
International Veterinary Acupuncture Society
The vision of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society is to be the professional, proactive worldwide advocate for veterinary acupuncture and related treatment modalities.
The mission of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society is to provide, promote and support veterinary acupuncture and related treatment modalities through quality basic, advanced and continuing education; internationally recognized certification for veterinarians; and responsible research.
IVAS was formed and chartered in 1974. It is the only international veterinary acupuncture organization and has members from many countries. Consequently, it serves a networking and communication function. IVAS coordinates veterinary acupuncture activity on this international basis. However, it is expected that each country, state, province or principality eventually will develop local veterinary acupuncture societies to respond to local issues, as has already happened in several countries. IVAS also encourages the formation of student chapters at veterinary colleges.
The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society has been incorporated and chartered as a non-profit perpetual educational organization