FOUNDATION NEWS

2020 FVD President's Award Winner

Ron Anderson, President Dentalaire
Recipient of the 2020 FVD President’s Award

 

Ron Anderson

FVD and AVD re-open Grant Applications

The Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry (FVD) is seeking applicants for TWO $10,000 (Ten Thousand US dollars) research grants that have been funded by the FVD and Academy of Veterinary Dentistry (AVD). These grants will be awarded at the 1st Annual Diplomate-Only Summer Meeting in Jackson Hole, WY, February 25-27, 2021. Research proposals on any topic relevant to veterinary dentistry and oral (and maxillofacial) surgery are welcome, using the following format and schedule:

International VDEO 2019-2020

INTERNATIONAL VETERINARY DENTAL EDUCATION ONLINE REPORT FOR 2019 – 20


Once again all 7 Australian Vet Schools enrolled volunteers in this program and for the first time a group of 46 participated from Massey University IN New Zealand

A total of 287 enrolled for the program which had 24/7 access from February until May.

Ultimately 90% of the participants completed the program.

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University of Illinois VDEO Report

Veterinary Dentistry Education Online (VDEO) 2019-2020

June 2019 - COHAT

Comprehensive Oral Health, Assessment and Treatment (COHAT)

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V.E.T. NET in Mongolia

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The veterinary team at V.E.T. NET in Mongolia sends their many thanks for the donated copies of the
Step-by-Step and Foundations. We used them as a cornerstone of teaching small animal veterinary dental techniques

Make Me Smile Program

Reno, NV-(Dec. 11, 2015)   Jaxson would make the perfect pet for a family with young children.  The 5 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi is gentle and loving with a sweet disposition.  However years of neglect have left the dog with bad breath and ugly stains on his teeth that officials say make him practically unadoptable. “Animals with periodontal disease are extremely difficult to place for adoption”, according to Veterinarian Dr.

Make Me Smile in the News

Veterinary Dentists Are Bringing Shelter Pets and Adopters Together

"Make Me Smile Shelter Project" means sweeter breath and better health for homeless pets

Martinez, CA (Dec. 3, 2014) – Pets in animal shelters have a new ally in their search for homes: veterinary dentists.