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 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 prior to 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.

Please feel free to contact the ECAWBM Secretary if you have questions about the ECAWBM.

If you are a pet owner and have questions or are seeking professional advice regarding your pet, please contact a local veterinarian for help.
14
Feb

European Veterinary Congress of Behavioural Medicine and Animal Welfare

Dear Coleagues The European Veterinary Congress of Behavioural Medicine and Animal Welfare website is already online. Visit the congress...
24
Jan

Summer school in Viena

Viena  Veterinary Facutly, Messrli Research institute and Skopje Veterinary Faculty together organise an animal welfare summer school. The aim...
24
Oct

Veterinarians debate welfare and ethics issues from goldfish to horses

The ECAWBM-AWSEL study day was held in Berlin on 26 September 2018, thanks to the support grants provided by...
11
Oct

European Veterinary Congress of Behavioural Medicine and Animal Welfare SAVE THE DATE

The 2nd annual meeting of the European Veterinary Congress of Behavioural Medicine and Animal Welfare (EVCBMAW) will take place...
16
Apr

Examinations of the ECAWBM (sub-speciality Behavioural Medicine)

The examinations of the ECAWBM (sub-speciality Behavioural Medicine) will be held in Barcelona, Spain from the 12 to the...