Vermont Veterinary Medical Association

Welcome to the Vermont Veterinary Medical Association!

The VVMA website homepage is under construction today.  

Check back later for more information or click on any of the links above or to the left.


Rabies Clinics - Holding a rabies clinic this year?  Please notify Dr. Bob Johnson with the Vermont Health Department so he can post it on their website.


Veterinary License Renewals - Due May 31, 2015.  Renewal notices will be emailed to you the week of April 15.  This notice will provide you with your user ID and password.  Veterinary licensure is done through the Vermont Board of Veterinary Medicine within the Office of Professional Regulation.  More information and helpful links are available on our website by clicking on the "Veterinary Licensing Information" link on the left.

Opportunity for All Expenses Paid Trip to AVMA's July Convention for Veterinary School Graduates 2010 or later! - The New England Veterinary Medical Association is accepting applications through March 15 for an all expenses paid trip (up to $2500).  New England applicants must submit a 1500 word essay on "What's the greatest challenge confronting veterinary medicine?" to Bill Bell, NEVMA Executive Director, at

Veterinary Mental Health Survey Findings - T
he Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) published a summary of some of the basic findings of the survey many of you participated in this fall. You can find a copy of the paper at this link  A first draft of the larger manuscript that has additional findings and more discussion has just been completed and will hopefully be submitted for publication in the coming months to the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA).  It is hoped that key stakeholders can use the findings described in both the short and longer manuscripts as a stimulus to develop measures to improve the psychological health of U.S. veterinarians. Thank you for your participation in this important effort.