(ISAVA)

Overview

Iranian Small animal Veterinary Association (ISAVA) founded in 2005 with the accreditation of government’s Interior ministry. The main purposes of this non-governmental organization is to establish a better relationship between small animal practitioners, improving the quality of companion animal medicine, and playing an effective role in facing the issues and problems of this field of veterinary practice

We have over 200 members by the end of 2014 and we are a member of the international community of small animal association called World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) with the web address of www.wsava.org . Our registration information in this International community can be observed in www.wsava.org/association/isava

Board meetings are held on a monthly basis to review the issues of the community members, pet clinics and hospitals, pharmacies and other related companies

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كاربران آنلاين
بازدید امروز
بازديد ديروز
بازديد هفته گذشته
بازديد ماه گذشته
بازدید کل
بیشترین بازدید

پوستر

  • هفتمین کنگره ملی دامپزشکی

  • اصول بیهوشی در حیوانات کوچک

  • بررسی مشکلات چشمی شایع در سگ و گربه

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