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Important tips to protect you and your family
from being bitten by a dog -


Exciting News - You Can Now Renew Your Dues Online!

 Please become a member of the NVMA and also check out the benefits of membership page to ensure you are making the most of your membership!

Check out this video titled "Pets Need Dental Care Too!" -


Veterinary Hospital Self Inspection Form

Regular self-inspections are recommended by the Nevada State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners every 6-12 months to insure that your facility is keeping up with current regulations.

Click here for a copy of the form. This a great tool to hand off to a technician or staff member to insure compliance.

The Nevada Veterinary Medical Association
announces the NVMA Career Center

This is the most comprehensive career and recruiting site for the veterinary industry.  The career center will offer extensive resume and position databases, powerful and user-friendly searching capabilities, which allow you to find the candidate you’re looking for!   We are a Veterinary Career Network partner and when you post your job with us, you post it nationwide to our other VCN partners: As part of the national Veterinary Career Network, in conjunction with the American Veterinary Medical Association, you will have access to the most jobs and candidates in the veterinary industry in your neighborhood and nationwide.

To get started, click on the Veterinary Career Network logo below -


Please check out the Nevada Veterinary Technician Association's website at:  www.nvvta.com

Did you know that the NVMA has a Facebook page?

If you haven’t “liked” the page yet, please do so at:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nevada-Veterinary-Medical-Association/166424306707


Volunteer Yourself and
Your Facility to Help In the Event of a Disaster

Veterinarians and Licensed Veterinary Technicians can choose to be part of response teams which will help the community in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.

Click here, if you are interested in providing the following services during a disaster:

  1. Treat injured and sick animals

  2. Evacuate and house animals

  3. Transport animals

  4. Humane euthanasia of injured or dangerous animals

  5. Immunization in animal disease outbreaks

  6. Help with animal rescue efforts

Upcoming Continuing Education

 The continued commitment of the NVMA to provide the most current Continuing Education can now be easier to find through our Continuing Education & Events Tab.



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 Recent Graduates
Resources for Recent Graduates

The NVMA is excited to offer a number of resources for recent graduates covering a variety of subjects to ensure a successful start as a veterinary professional.  Click here!

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 Thank you!
Thank you to Dr. Steve Ting of the Animal Emergency Center in Reno, NV for giving the NVMA permission to use one of his photographs for the NVMA website banner.  This is a panoramic picture of Mt. Rose located near Lake Tahoe.  For more photos by Dr. Ting visit:  http://www.stingphotography.com/index.html




Nevada Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 34420 Reno, NV 89533
phone 775.324.5344 | fax 775.323.1432 | e-mail: nevadavma@sbcglobal.net



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