حاميان مالي جامعه دامپزشكي حيوانات كوچك

(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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جامعه جهانی دامپزشکی حیوانات خانگی خواستار این است که کلینیک های دامپزشکی به عنوان "مشاغل اساسی" در جهان طبقه بندی شوند.



Press Information

WSAVA Calls for Veterinary Clinics to be Classified as ‘Essential Businesses’ Globally

The  World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) is calling on governments and veterinary authorities globally to ensure that veterinary hospitals and clinics are classified as ‘essential businesses’ and  are able to continue to offer all necessary care to patients during the COVID-19 emergency. 

As governments seek to introduce risk mitigation measures that may involve the closure of non-essential businesses, the WSAVA is concerned that veterinary hospitals and clinics may also be forced to cease operating. Such a move says the WSAVA will jeopardise the welfare of countless animals, many of which are vital companions to people who are at risk of suffering increased stress and loneliness because of the need to self-isolate.

WSAVA President Dr Shane Ryan says: “We fully support the risk mitigation measures being introduced as part of the global fight against COVID-19, but we are concerned at reports from some of our members that they have been asked to close their doors.  Veterinarians and their teams deliver essential medical care for animals, ensure animal health and welfare, and support the human/companion animal bond by protecting these deep and important relationships.

“As part of our continuing responsibility to care for our animal patients and their owners, we call on governments to recognize all veterinary hospitals and clinics as essential businesses in any situation in which non-essential businesses are asked to close for COVID-19 risk mitigation.” 

The WSAVA represents more than 200,000 veterinarians worldwide through its 113 member associations.  Its core activities include the development of WSAVA Global Guidelines in key areas of veterinary practice, including pain management, nutrition and vaccination, and the provision of continuing education.   

For further information:

Contact Rebecca George, George PR

Email:  rebecca@george.com

Tel: +44 (0) 7974 161108/+44 (0) 1449 737281

March 20, 2020