Welcome to the PVMA

The website of the Philippine Veterinary Medical Association is the sounding board of the Filipino Veterinarian.

The primary aim of the PVMA is work for the welfare of the membership and the veterinary profession. We represent more than 8,257 veterinarians working in the government, in private and corporate practice, in the industry, in the academe and even overseas.

Activity Calendar
July 31-Aug 1 PVMA North Mindanao Chapter Convention
Aug 16 6th BOD Meeting
Aug 22-24 PVMA R10 Chapter Convention
Sept 20 7th BOD Meeting
Oct 10 2nd HOD Assembly
Oct 18 8th BOD Meeting
Nov 15 9th BOD Meeting
November 28-30, 2014, 18th Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations Congress
Jan 10 10th BOD Meeting
Feb 18-20 82nd PVMA Scientific Conference and Annual Convention
September 13-17, 2015, 32nd World Veterinary Congress

31 st Annual Conference of Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists
5th Annual Meeting of Indian College of Veterinary Pathologists National Symposium on
“Impact of Climate Change on Pathobiology of Diseases of Animals, Poultry and Fish”
13-15 November 2014

News And Events

In line with its corporate social responsibility to promote the profession, educate communities to ensure provision of good welfare to
animals and safeguard public health, the Philippine Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) protected dogs against rabies and reached out to
grade school pupils in Cebu City on July 18, 2014.

The 4th BOD Meeting was held last June 22 at the UP Veterinary Teaching Hospital at UP Diliman. The highlight of the meeting was the visit of the Council on Legislation, with a renewed commitment, the council members gear for work on important legislative matters as well as to act on issues affecting the veterinarian.

To culminate the weeklong celebration of the Professional Regulation Commission’s 41st Anniversary, an Awarding Ceremony was held at the PICC last June 20, 2014. The event was attended by the 46 Accredited Professions Organizations representing the varied fields of expertise that are being regulated by the PRC.