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DVM Continuing Education
DVM Ophthalmology Classes & On-Line Presentations
 
ACVO Education Position Statement
"The American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists believes it is in the best interest of veterinary patients and their owners that any ocular surgery necessitating microsurgical techniques on animals be performed by, or under the supervision of, a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist." Learn more...
 

 
Breeders & Veterinarians
Download your complimentary PDF copy of the ACVO's 'Blue Book'; "Ocular Disorders Presumed to be Inherited in Purebred Dogs" (8th ed. 2015)
 
Cataracts, You & Your Pet
 
 
Who are ACVO Members?
 
 
Members in the News

How Do You Do Eye Surgery on a Bengal Tiger?

Dr. Cameron Whittaker, a Diplomate of the ACVO, was featured earlier this year in National Geographic for his nine-month quest to save a Bengal tiger, Indira's, vision. Read the full article here.

Read more about this and other news coverage...


ACVO Vision for Animals FoundationACVO Vision for Animals Foundation

ACVO Eye Care


Public Links

How eye exams are conducted
Does your pet need a specialist?
Common diseases and surgeries
Eye registry
Helpful links

DVM Education

DVM Education Statement
Ophthalmology Courses
ACVO Conference
On-Demand Presentations
Purchase Publications
Veterinary Ophthalmology journal

Credentialing

ABVO
Residency programs

Certification process
Basic Science Course

 

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