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Welcome to the Capital Area Veterinary Medical Association website!

The membership of the Capital Area Veterinary Medical Association is primarily composed of Doctors of Veterinary Medicine in the greater Austin and Central Texas area.  We also welcome non-veterinary paraprofessionals as affiliate members, who are sponsored by a current veterinary member.

Paid members can use this website to access and RSVP to continuing education opportunities and to connect with other members.  This includes the ability to search the membership for various practice types, including: specialty, relief, mobile, exotic, and holistic. Members also have access to all continuing education materials, and can place classified ads free of charge.

Visitors are invited to view our continuing education calendar, search the classified ads, and access our public education and support pages. 


CAVMA CE HAS GONE ONLINE!

In response to COVID 19, CAVMA has taken our CE presentations online until such a time as our membership can meet in person safely.  Members can register for live webinars and receive CE credit for attendance, please visit the calendar for upcoming webinars.  Recordings of webinar presentations are available to members for viewing, please visit the CE Events and Webinars menu for details.


 Continuing in 2020: Our Special Speaker Series: Suicide and Self -Compassion in Veterinary Medicine.  This series is open to all in our local veterinary community. Please visit our Special Speaker Series page under the  Membership and Support tab for more information.

Upcoming Events

Nov
10

Online Membership Webinar

Speaker: Lauren Foster, DVM, DACVN (Nutrition) with HOT...

Dec
08

Online Membership Webinar

Speaker:  Laura Barnes, DVM, DACVO (Ophthalmology)...


Harmful Algae and Your Dog:  Know the Risks 

Last year several dogs became sick and some died after being exposed to harmful algae on Lady Bird Lake.

We dont know whether the harmful algae will return this year, but the summer and fall are times of increased risk. 

Please visit our Harmful Algae Page under the Public Education tab for more information and helpful links.