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Upcoming VIRTUAL CE Meeting — Winter 2021

SFVMA Winter 2021 Virtual CE Meeting

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Rabies Clinic [T.B.A.]

Rabies Clinic

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Vet SOS! (www.sfvma.net/volunteer)

Thanks to Our Volunteers!

Please contact Anna DeVincenzi if you have any questions or would like to volunteer: sfvmavp@gmail.com

2022 Rabies Clinics

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SFVMA News — Winter 2021

Latest Newsletter


Dear Colleagues,

I have to admit that over the last year and half, like many others, I have not always been at my best. Between the stress of work, Covid, issues with family, friends, health, pets, it has been challenging for everyone. Something that I have been always grateful for is the camaraderie found in all of the different veterinary clinics that I work at. Veterinarians, veterinary technicians, assistants, CSRs, managers, and kennel techs are some of the kindest, most dedicated and hard-working people that I have had the good fortune to come across. It takes a special kind of person to continue to care for animals, their people, and coworkers during such stressful times with kindness and composure.

No veterinarian could do this job without the support of their hardworking teams. Seriously, to every single person who has continued to engage in animal restraint Twister, pin the needle in the bladder, don’t get bit by the angry chihuahua, dodge the anal gland expression, and other intrahospital games, thank you. To every veterinarian who has taken the time to help review labs, radiographs, cytology, weird cases, and helped with call backs and surgeries, thank you. To every staff member who has continue to help clients and pets despite being yelled at or treated with disrespect, thank you. …

Continue reading this article and more in the
Winter 2021 SFVMA Newsletter

Canine Influenza H3N2 Warning

Please be aware that Los Angeles county is currently experiencing an outbreak of Canine Influenza. Please let clients know if they plan on boarding their pets over the holidays that they may want to ensure their dogs are up to date on vaccinations and consider dogs with upper respiratory signs and fevers as potentially infected with Canine Influenza.


  • Over 800 reported confirmed and suspected cases and 7 reported deaths in LA County.
  • 2 animal shelters affected.
  • Spreading rapidly at pet boarding and daycare facilities located throughout the county.
  • Some pets have been infected at dog parks, while on walks, and where they come near other dogs.
  • Cases of CIV H3N2 are being reported in the surrounding counties as well.



New CVMA Delegate Needed!

We need a new CVMA Delegate and alternative
to represent San Francisco veterinarians!

Please reach out to
Tiffany Hahn at sfvmasecretary@gmail.com
if you are interested in helping represent out community!