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Welcome to Zoo/Exotic Pathology Service.
Established in 1984, Zoo / Exotic Pathology Service is an independent laboratory exclusively devoted to the needs of Zoological Parks, Aquariums, and Veterinarians in avian and exotic animal practice.
Are you looking to support your ‘team’? Do you feel the need to share your good fortunes and support your favorite causes? Make a donation! There are many causes and groups looking for your support. Each donation makes a difference.
Association of Avian Veterinarians (AAV www.aav.org)
Companion Bird Health Fund (formerly Avian Research Fund)
The AAV has given over $300,000 to support clinical related research in avian medicine over the last 35 years. Your contributions to the Companion Bird Health Fund (formerly Avian Research Fund) have directly assisted the avian practitioner and are crucial for the AAV to continue to promote and sponsor avian research.
Student Education Fund
Contributions to the Student Education Fund are used to support our valuable students, the student committee, and their continuing education.
Wild Bird Health Fund (formerly Conservation Fund)
Contributions to the Wild Bird Health Fund (formerly Conservation Fund) are used to support the AAV's ongoing commitment to avian conservation. Funds collected have been used to support a variety of national and international projects for the past 30 years. Most recently we have given financial support to local conservation activities in the community where we hold our annual conference.
Technician Education Fund
Contributions to the Technician Education Fund are used to support our valuable avian technicians, the technician committee, and their continuing education.
Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians (AEMV www.aemv.org)
Please consider the AEMV Honor a Mentor program. This is a wonderful way to publically acknowledge a valuable veterinary professional and to support the AEMV research efforts at the same time.
Wildlife Disease Association (WDA www.wildlifedisease.org)
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (JWD) Endowment Fund
Herman Founders Fund
Tom Thorne and Beth Williams Memorial Award
WDA Student Activities, Chapters & Travel
WDA Student Awards and Scholarships
American Association of Zoo Veterinarians (AAZV www.aazv.org)
The Wild Animal Health Fund
AAZV’s vision is to sustain and improve the well-being of wildlife in all habitats. Through the Wild Animal Health Fund, animal health studies are funded to directly impact zoological medicine, have a broad application of more than one species and play a significant role in strengthening scientific applications for all animals. 100% of the generous donation goes to the vitality and futures of all wildlife.
Greg Fleming Memorial Fund
In honor of our good friend Greg Fleming, the folks at Disney’s Animal Kingdom have established a research fund in memory of Greg that supports research through AAZV’s Wild Animal Health Fund. Each year, one of AAZV’s research grants will be designated the "Greg Fleming Memorial Grant.”
Murray Fowler International Conference Scholarship Fund
The goal of the scholarship is to provide financial aid to zoo and wildlife veterinarians from developing foreign countries to attend the annual AAZV conference.
Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV www.arav.org)
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