AAEP to Celebrate Veterinary ‘Good Works’ in 2019

Owners and organizations can nominate veterinarians who have contributed veterinary services or resources to benefit horses and the local equine community for recognition during the AAEP’s 2019 Good Works Campaign.
Share
Favorite
Close

No account yet? Register

ADVERTISEMENT

veterinary good works
A 2017 AAEP survey indicates that 95 percent of members had served as a volunteer, donated goods or services, made monetary contributions, and/or assisted the equine community beyond their daily work responsibilities. | Photo: iStock

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is applauding the “good works” of veterinarians who are dedicating their time, money, and resources to improving equine health and welfare beyond the call of their normal day-to-day obligations.

The AAEP’s Good Works Campaign will feature AAEP-member veterinarians whose volunteer efforts are positively impacting the equine community. A 2017 AAEP survey indicates that 95 percent of members had served as a volunteer, donated goods or services, made monetary contributions, and/or assisted the equine community beyond their daily work responsibilities.

The AAEP is inviting horse owners and organizations to nominate veterinarians who have contributed veterinary services or resources to benefit horses and the local equine community. Each month, the AAEP will select a veterinarian nominated by a horse owner or organization for special recognition. Monthly honorees will be considered for the 2019 Good Works Award, to be presented during the 2019 Annual Convention, taking place in December in Denver, Colorado. The deadline for horse owners and organizations to nominate a veterinarian for this month is Jan. 31. The nomination form is available on the AAEP website

Create a free account with TheHorse.com to view this content.

TheHorse.com is home to thousands of free articles about horse health care. In order to access some of our exclusive free content, you must be signed into TheHorse.com.

Start your free account today!

Already have an account?
and continue reading.

Share

Written by:

Related Articles

Stay on top of the most recent Horse Health news with

FREE weekly newsletters from TheHorse.com

Sponsored Content

Weekly Poll

sponsored by:

Do you use slow feeders or slow feed haynets for your horse? Tell us why or why not.
340 votes · 340 answers

Readers’ Most Popular

Sign In

Don’t have an account? Register for a FREE account here.

Need to update your account?

You need to be logged in to fill out this form

Create a free account with TheHorse.com!