FVTA is proud to support veterinary care for the animals injured during the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma. Click on the photo to learn more about this wonderful program at Oklahoma State University.
Here is a heartwarming video of an owner finding her dog.
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PLEASE NOTE: Candidates for office must be credentialed technicians, certified by the FVTA, who are active members of FVTA in good standing for a minimum of one year prior to their nomination.
Don't let your certification lapse...
2012 began a new certification cycle (2012-2013.) If you have not already renewed your certification, you still have time. Remember that until you have submitted proof of CEs and they have been reviewed, your certification renewal is not complete. You can email your CE to email@example.com or mail them to FVTA PO Box 924082 Princeton, FL 33092.
Offered to veterinary technicians whose certification may have lapsed. Requirements include: complete CE form for each certification cycle missed (each cycle requires 15 CEs). Complete application must include CE form as applicable to be processed. Payment of $200 is required.
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Sneaky Pete AKA Petie was a wild feral cat when I first caught a glimpse of him in the garden. He was very hungry too, so getting him to eat in the trap and get used to being in there was an easy task. Once I set the trap - I caught him. He travelled to the Maui Humane Society to be neutered, vaccinated and have his ear notched. He came home groggy but quickly came to his senses as the day turned to night. I had no idea how he would react when I opened the trap to release him but when I did, I received a pleasant surprise. Petie was purring and rubbing on ankles, hands, and any other areas of me he could reach. It took many months but he is now my happy indoor/outdoor pet, who by the way, now sleeps with me too. Not all feral cats can be turned around but with patience and some good food J, it can be accomplished. Submitted by: Pam Brachmann
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