European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine

The European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine (abbrev.: ECAWBM) strives to provide animal owners and their veterinarians with veterinarians specialised in animal welfare and behavioural medicine through qualified European Specialists. The college is composed of two sub-specialities namely on animal welfare  and behavioural medicine. Diplomates have undergone an extensive, well-defined training over many years within the fields of animal welfare and behavioural medicine for becoming an ECAWBM Diplomate. This assures high quality service to the general pet owning public and to referring veterinarians.

Diplomates in Behavioural Medicine should pass a demanding board examination (link)..

Please feel free to contact the ECAWBM Secretary.

If you are a pet owner and have questions or are seeking professional advice regarding your pet, contact a local veterinarian for help.
10
Jun

2nd Residency Day of Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law

We would like to invite all our current residents and their supervisors and everyone interested in stepping into this...
09
Jun

BEHAVIOURAL MEDICINE EXAMINATIONS ANNOUNCED

The 2016 Examinations in Behavioural Medicine written papers will be held on Friday 25 November, 2016 and Saturday 26...
08
Jun

GUIDELINES AND APPLICATION FOR CREDENTIALING

Guidelines and application for credentialing 2016/2017 is already available in the Guidelines for 2016 exams page.  
30
May

European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine Announcement by the Credentialing Committee

Dear diplomates, residents and those have previously taken the examination, The Credentialing Committee of European College of Animal Welfare...
20
Mar

Registration open for Portugal congress 20-22 Oct

The next  European Congress of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine, will be held in Portugal from October 20th-22nd, 2016. To...