San Francisco Veterinary Medical Association -
Congratulations to Sarah Alwen as
this year’s UCDavis recipient!
Dr. Ina at Arguello Pet Hospital
If you know a good candidate for 2015, please encourage them to apply. Applications are accepted from October to December annually as determined by the college. Requirements are: current enrollment in the vet med program, current or former employment by an SFVMA member, and a letter of recommendation from the same. Interested students can contact:
Financial Aid and Scholarship Office
We will also offer a scholarship at Western University next year. Requirements are: current enrollment in the vet med program, current or former employment by an SFVMA member, and a letter of recommendation from the same. Interested students may contact:
Director of Development
College of Veterinary Medicine
Congratulations to Elin Gunnarsson as this year’s recipient of the SFVMA RVT Scholarship! Dr. Herman and Dr. Bar at All Pets Hospital recommended Elin.
To support and encourage RVTs in San Francisco, the SFVMA has established a scholarship program for students enrolled in an accredited RVT program. We will award $1000 to 2 candidates who are currently or have previously worked in the practice of an SFVMA member, and have a stated desire to return to SF after graduation. Submissions should include a personal statement from the student, a letter of recommendation from the veterinarian, and proof of enrollment at an accredited RVT program.
The deadline for applications is May 1 annually. Questions should be sent to Dr. Shari O'Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The objectives of the Association shall be to advance the science and art of veterinary medicine in all its branches, including its relationship to public health, the biological sciences and agriculture. The Association shall provide a forum for the discussion of issues of importance to the veterinary profession, and for the development of official position statements. The Association shall be the authorized voice for the profession in San Francisco in presenting its views to government, academia, agriculture, pet owners, the media and other concerned public.
SEPTEMBER 18, 2014
UPDATE YOUR MEMBERSHIP ONLINE!!
Please take a moment to be sure that your contact information is up-
The deadline for dues payments was April 15th. Fees are $75 per meeting for the remainder of 2014
Pease keep your contact information up-
SEPTEMBER 7, 2014
$6 PER VACCINE!!
The SFVMA sponsors rabies clinics on four Sundays each year. All clinics are located at Animal Care and Control, 1200 15th Street (at Harrison) in the Get Acquainted Room.
more info on rabies clinic….
The Summer Newsletter is here!
Click here to download the most recent newsletter.
Carrie Jurney, DVM,
Dr. Leila Marcucci,
DVM, DABVP (Avian)
Cyndi Stiglich, DVM
Shari B. O'Neill,
DVM, MPH, DACVPM
Sandy Hazanow, DVM
The SFVMA Board will consider charitable grants to organizations that support the care and welfare of animals in our community and promote the veterinary profession.
Please contact Cyndi Stiglich for details on requests for donations.
ANIMAL CONTROL AND WELFARE COMMISSION
The Animal Control and Welfare Commission is made up of representatives from stakeholder organizations with an interest in animal issues (including a practicing veterinarian) as well as members of the public. The Commission acts as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors with regard to animals in private, public, and commercial care, and holds hearings and submits recommendations regarding animal control and welfare in San Francisco. Meetings are held at City Hall, Room 408 on the third Thursday of the month (no meeting in December) at 5:30pm and are open to the public. If you have any issues that you feel should be considered in future meetings, please contact Shari O’Neill.