Monthly Archives: September 2014

Animal behaviour and interaction group of the SAVA

The Animal Behaviour and Interaction Group (ABIG) consists of veterinarians and veterinary nurses that have a keen interest in animal behaviour, recognizing it as a vital component in the holistic treatment of animals and in strengthening the human-animal bond.

ABIG focuses primarily on enriching the knowledge and skills of those interested in animal behaviour while also trying to increase awareness of the importance of animal behaviour and the human-animal bond to those within the veterinary fields.  Visit their website at:

10 WAYS to BE a Successful Entrepreneur in Veterinary Medicine

Reprinted with permission from Advanstar: Jun 30, 2014, By staff. DVM360 MAGAZINE All of us have been or will be entrepreneurs at one time or another. Maybe we’ll start a new business or veterinary practice. Perhaps we’ll lead a team or a committee or even a family. As I grow older, I’m surprised by… Continue Reading