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Pinellas County Veterinary Medical Association
Established in 1965

The PINELLAS COUNTY VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Inc. is an organization of veterinarians with the purpose of promoting education, the exchange of knowledge and fellowship among the veterinarians of Pinellas County through regular programs of continuing education and by communicating current events and public issues to our members.

We are dedicated to educating the public in the humane and responsible care of both pets and un-owned animals through direct action and by supporting programs that promote public awareness. Including among those programs is the Pinellas Animal Foundation’s Pet Professor program, which educates children in responsible pet ownership.

We provide a forum for the discussion and development of positions on issues of importance to the profession, pet owners and to the public.

The Pinellas County Veterinary Medical Association also serves as the collective and authorized voice for its members and for the profession in Pinellas County.

Latest Pinellas County Veterinary News

PCVMA Important News – PCVMA BASEBALL OUTING

PCVMA BASEBALL OUTING Over 80 veterinarians, staff, friends and families enjoyed a wonderful Saturday evening at Tropicana Field. Thanks to Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Idexx Laboratories who sponsored our annual event.

Latest PCVMA Newsletter

PCVMA News Letter 01/2019 Volume:30 No.:1 President’s Message  Dear PCVMA Members, Happy New Year! Hope everyone had a great Holiday Season. We’re excited for a great 2019,  for the PCVMA. New board member elections will take place at our January

Pinellas Animal Foundation

PAF News

Board members working and in attendance at the CE by the Sea were (L-R) Ellen Gallo, Pet Professor, and Drs. Morgan, Larson, Moore, Certa and Maedel. The PAF wishes to thank BluePearl Veterinary Partners and the many veterinarians and staff

Animal Services News

Pinellas County Animal Services News Detailing the Scrotal Approach to Canine Orchiectomy With the growing popularity of implementing the scrotal approach to orchiectomy, I thought it was fitting to review and educate those unfamiliar with this procedure.  Patients who have

SPCA Tampa Bay

SPCA Tampa Bay News

SPCA Tampa Bay Happy Holidays from SPCA Tampa Bay! Effective January 1st, 2019 we are changing the Adoption and Animal Intake operating hours. This change, which includes later work days, will help to accommodate our guests more time to visit us

St Peterburg College News

St Petersburg College – College of Veterinary Nursing Dr. Richard Flora will be retiring January 14th as Dean of SPC’s Clinical Health Programs and Veterinary Nursing after 14 years of commitment to the college and the veterinary nursing program.  He

Veterinarians Seeking Ownership

Veterinarians Seeking Ownership If the status of your classified ad has changed or you wish to include an ad in the PCVMA newsletter, please contact Dr. Don Morgan at Donmorgansr@aol.com or 727-397-7387 (PAF/PCVMA Office) or 727-410-7856 (Cell) for the next

Continuing Education

YOU ARE INVITED TO A COMPLIMENTARY  BRUNCH AND SEMINAR FOR ALL VETERINARIANS, VETERINARY TECHNICIANS AND STAFF Where: ST PETERSBURG MARRIOTT CLEARWATER 12600 ROOSEVELT BLVD, ST PETERSBURG, FL 33716 When: SUNDAY AUGUST 13, 2017 BRUNCH & REGISTRATION  –  11:30 AM –

Externship – Seeking

Seeking Externship If the status of your classified ad has changed or you wish to include an ad in the PCVMA newsletter, please contact Dr. Don Morgan at Donmorgansr@aol.com or 727-397-7387 (PAF/PCVMA Office) or 727-410-7856 (Cell) for the next newsletter.