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Veterinary Surgeons/Professionals

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Educational Endowments

Providing the best in veterinary surgery education remains a mission of ACVS and the ACVS Foundation. What was once perceived as impossible in the surgical care of animals has now become a reality, in large part because of the education and training of ACVS Diplomates. Consider creating an educational endowment to ensure that ACVS can continue to provide the best education in veterinary surgery and allied medicine.

Recurring Donations

Help improve the surgical healthcare of all animals by establishing a convenient, automatic, monthly donation to the ACVS Foundation. Recurring donations are tax deductible and benefit the Foundation by providing a reliable source of support to fund leading-edge research and education.

Planned Giving

A planned gift to the ACVS Foundation can provide the resources to continue to create extraordinary advances in veterinary surgery and animal health care. There are a variety of philanthropic strategies that you can consider such, as leaving a portion of your estate to the ACVS Foundation or naming the ACVS Foundation as a beneficiary of charitable gifts or a life insurance policy. Planned gifts help secure the ACVS Foundation’s future support of education and research.

Advances in Veterinary Surgery

Read books and articles written by ACVS board-certified veterinary surgeons.


Advances in Veterinary Surgery

The latest in key areas of evidence-based veterinary surgery can be found in the collaborative book series between Wiley-Blackwell and the ACVS Foundation, Advances in Veterinary Surgery. Purchase books and get details on the collaborative book series from the links below.

AOVET Basic Course in Surgical Approaches

The focus of this twoday course will be learning the approaches to the four main long bones of the dog for fracture management. Pre-course modules will be used to refresh anatomic knowledge. Lectures will present principles of preparing an orthopaedic patient, haemostasis and tissue handling, fracture reduction, suture selection and closure techniques. Multiple cadaver exercises will be performed to practice the approaches and closures. Learn more...

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