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Our searchable member directory helps you stay in touch -- or reconnect -- with colleagues and classmates. Search by name, school, graduation year, species, professional discipline, or other criteria. For use exclusively by AVMA and SAVMA members.

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Discussion Forum

Consult with your colleagues on professional issues, from clinical cases to finding the right balance between your work and personal life. Our discussion groups are open only to AVMA and SAVMA members.

Early Career Online Community

This Facebook group is exclusively for AVMA members who have graduated in the past five years.  We offer a place to connect with other recent graduates and receive support with issues faced during the transition from veterinary student to working veterinarian.

Diversity & Inclusion Community

Connect with colleagues in an ongoing, online conversation on diversity and inclusion issues, initiatives and ideas in our private LinkedIn group: Access and Opportunity in Veterinary Medicine (AVMA/SAVMA members only).

The AVMA's Animal Welfare Conversation

This private LinkedIn group facilitates better informed and more broadly shared conversations about animals’ welfare among members of the AVMA and SAVMA. Clinical practitioner? Industry employee? In the military? Work with companion animals, food animals, equids, laboratory animals, aquatics or something else? If you’re a veterinarian, or working to become one, there’s something here for you.

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Donate Books, Journals and Other Supplies

If the shelves and cabinets, back rooms, and offices at your veterinary clinic are crammed with unused textbooks, journals, instruments, equipment, and supplies, consider donating them to veterinarians and students in foreign countries where they are needed.