Welcome to the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior
We are a group of veterinarians and research scientists dedicated to improving the lives of animals and people through an understanding of animal behavior. Join us and discover how insight into animal behavior can strengthen your bond with your pets and enhance the welfare of your patients.
A Community of Veterinarians Dedicated to Animal Behavior
Members enjoy exclusive access to our protected forums, where you can share and engage in conversations with other professionals about issues and research relating to animal behavior.
As a member of AVSAB, you’ll be able to network with other professionals in our private online community. Think of it sort of like Facebook, but for Vets specializing in Animal Behavior.
Grow your practice and increase your visibility through our online directory of behavior specailists. We have the largest online database of veterinarians specializing in animal behavior.
Join our Community Today!
A membership to AVSAB will afford you the opportunity to learn from and contribute to a unique community of animal behavior professionals and students. By interacting with our online forums, members and groups, you’ll develop new ideas and strategies that you can implement in your veterinary practice.
There are many benefits to membership at AVSAB, and we welcome professional veterinarians, researchers, and students. You’ll find access to exclusive opportunities that you can only find on our website, including job openings, research opportunities, scholarships, and more.
Annual Clinical Animal Behavior Conference
October 4 – 6, 2019
Presented by AVSAB, AVBT and SVBT. Open to all interested behavior professionals.
AVSAB is once again teaming up with the SVBT (The Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians) and the AVBT (The Academy of Veterinary Behavior Technicians) to hold an interactive, hands-on conference.
Loation: Oquendo Center: 2425 E Oquendo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89120
Attention members: The International Veterinary Behavior Meeting is scheduled for July 30 – August 1st, with all paper abstractions due January 12th.