The Veterinary Cardiovascular Society
Is an organisation which exists to promote animal welfare through the study and development of veterinary cardiology in all species.
Membership of the association is open to any veterinary surgeon or nurse from the UK and abroad.
The Veterinary Cardiovascular Society holds two meetings per year. Membership includes abstracts from the talks held.
Information concerning heart testing and post graduate qualifications in cardio-respiratory medicine & surgery.
All the latest news from the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society.
Membership of the Association is open to members of the veterinary and medical professions including veterinary students and veterinary nurses and to other suitable qualified workers who are interested in the aims of the society: The promotion of animal welfare through the study and development of veterinary cardiology in all species. We vote all our new members in en bloc during our AGM at the Autumn meeting. However as soon as you become a member, you will be added to the mailing list and receive notice of our meetings. You will also be very welcome to attend the meetings, even before you are officially voted in.
VCS NOVEMBER MEETING
The dates for the November meeting this year have been confirmed. It will be held on the 11th and 12th November with a change of location to Voco St. Johns’, Solihull. The programme will follow shortly.