Dear SAVA Member, We have circulated our first announcement for the SAVA//World Veterinary Association Congress to be hosted from the 16th to the 19th of April 2024. We have endeavoured to provide an excellent value proposition for our SAVA members. The following is important to take note of (all figures quoted are ex VAT): 1. […]
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The Compulsory Community Service programme aims to provide accessible and affordable veterinary services in the whole country especially the rural communities. The programme will involve the deployment of newly qualified veterinarians across the entire country and will focus on disease prevention, rendering ambulatory services and providing education especially regarding responsible pet ownership, resource utilization and […]
When you call or visit your veterinarian, you can expect to be asked for information about your animal and details of its medical history, especially if this is your first contact with that particular vet. You can expect to receive a fairly accurate estimate of costs for routine procedures such as vaccinations and sterilisation. If […]
If you would like to support this project, click here to order shirts. South African Veterinary Association Legal Status Registration No 1901/02020/20 VAT nr 4280104920 BANKING DETAILS FOR DONATIONS: SAVA ABSA Bank Acc: 908 126 8400 Branch code: 63-20-05 REFERENCE: Vet Rhino Fund Donation SAVA Standard Bank Branch Code: 01-12-45 Account Number: 011812095 REFERENCE: Vet Rhino Fund Donation […]
Dealing with rhino poaching as a vet The aim of these workshops are to educate all veterinarians, especially colleagues not routinely dealing with wildlife, on how to deal with a poaching case if suddenly confronted with one. We invite ALL members of the veterinary profession to attend the workshops. Following the success of the rhino […]
The South African Veterinary Foundation started the Rhino and Conservation Fund in 2009 with a view to raise funds for supporting research in threatened species like rhinos and raising support in the fight against rhino poaching. Initial funds were applied to assisting with the mapping of DNA of all rhinos in Southern Africa. Since then […]