Organized by WCVM undergraduate students, Vetavision is a public open house that's held every three years at the veterinary college.
Since the first show was held in 1970, Vetavision has provided the public with the opportunity to learn more about animal health, the diverse aspects of the veterinary profession, and the important roles that veterinary professionals play in animal health, public health, food safety and ecosystem health.
The four-day event, which welcomes children, students and adults of all ages, offers a variety of things to see and do. Throughout the veterinary college, you'll find educational displays, demonstrations, innovative speakers and plenty of creatures to visit.
The College's next Vetavision is scheduled to take place during the fall of 2015 (final date to be determined). For more information, please visit the Vetavision web site.