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ALVMF Spay/Neuter Program

ALVMA veterinarians - Click here to participate in the ALVMF Spay/Neuter License Plate Program

Alabama citizens - Click here to see if you are eligible for services provided by the ALVMF Spay/Neuter Program

Click here for a list of participating clinics.

November is National Pet Diabetes Month

Just like people, our pets can also suffer from diabetes. Veterinarians are seeing an increase in obesity in pets, which is often linked to diabetes. Symptoms of diabetes in pets include: excessive eating, excessive drinking, excessive urination, weight loss, persistent urinary tract infections and, possibly, cataracts.  Read more here.

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Purposes of the ALVMA

To advance the art and science of veterinary medicine. To promote a cooperative spirit among veterinarians. To maintain high standards of professional qualifications through continual educational opportunities. To increase public awareness of the importance of veterinarians in animal health and disease control. To promote and support sound legislation as it affects veterinarians. To promote and encourage responsibility with pet ownership.

Committed to protecting People, Pets and Livestock – Yesterday, Today and Always.

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Help animals in need. Make a tax-deductible donation to the Alabama Veterinary Medical Foundation.

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10/19/2016 » 11/27/2016
Zoonotic Disease Online Course Offered in October

10/20/2016 » 10/26/2016
USAHA – Greensboro, NC

11/1/2016 » 11/3/2016
NIAA Antibiotic Symposium: Farm Animals: The Link Between Antibiotic Use and Resistance?

Webinar - Protecting Assets

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