american association of wildlife veterinarians

Our Group organises 3000+ Global Conferenceseries Events every year across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 700+ Open Access Journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

american association of wildlife veterinarians

AAWV promotes and encourages the use of veterinarians in the field of management of wildlife resources and research. Wildlife, pets and humans share a large and growing number of infectious diseases, called zoonoses. zoological medicine refers to the specialty of veterinary medicine which deals with the care of captive zoo animals. The global meetings of Veterinary Science will incorporate topics on ecology, conservation of wildlife and veterinary medicine in reference to wild animals in natural and artificial environments and experts such as veterinary practitioners disseminate valuable information about diseases wildlife and wildlife health. The global market for animal health is growing rapidly and is expected to reach $ 43,000 in 2020, and the animal health businesses are in place on a large scale. This highlights the importance of Global Veterinary summits organized and attended by experts disseminate and discuss innovations to come, the possibilities of animal health sciences. To enhance the contribution of the veterinary welfare of wildlife resource. The main objectives of AAWV are: to encourage and promote a philosophy of animal management and preventive medicine as regards the species in the wild, to encourage greater emphasis in veterinary colleges in relation to the management and preventive medicine of species in the wild, to encourage the recognition of syndromes of the disease in its broadest sense as potentially affected by the succession of habitat alteration and pollution, to educate and gain links with government agencies and interest groups of wildlife on the importance of wildlife preventive medicine and disease from the wildlife resource and domestic species, to encourage cooperative efforts between professionals in resource management and wildlife veterinarians, to emphasize the importance of human interrelations, pets and wildlife as disease reservoirs and to help establish and work for the continuing education programs for wildlife veterinarians.

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