Creating Change for the Better
Become an NAVC advocate and give our community of pet lovers a voice!
Every day, policymakers at the local, state, and federal level make decisions that could impact the veterinarian community, pets and the people that love them. It’s vital that we monitor and respond to these policies by sharing our feedback and experiences. That’s why NAVC is thrilled to introduce our new advocacy initiative!
When you sign-up to become an advocate, you’ll receive emails with updates on proposed legislation, rules, and regulations impacting pet health. Often these emails will include a call-to-action like signing a petition, emailing policymakers, tweeting representatives, making phone calls, and more. You’ll also have exclusive access to advocacy webinars, trainings, and in-person meetings with government officials.
Sign-up to become an NAVC advocate then keep an eye on your inbox for your first opportunity to take action.Become an Advocate
Take Action Now – Support the PAWS Act
The Puppies Assisting Wounded Service members (PAWS) Act seeks to reduce veteran suicides and ensure the well-being of veterans who have already exhausted all other PTSD treatment options by connecting them with service dogs as a form of nontraditional PTSD therapy.
Pet lovers like us must come together and support veterans and their families who have sacrificed so much and are suffering as a result. Act now to bring the healing power of pets to veterans who need them most.
Veterinary Innovation Council
This collaborative, industry-wide initiative is focused on leading innovation in global animal health.Learn More
PetsPAC is the Industry’s innovative political action committee.
Everyone can participate from pet owners to those lucky enough to work in the pet health space. Companies and individuals may contribute directly.
Stay informed real time about what’s happening around the country that affects our lives and work and pets. Be part of the first effort to bring pet owners and animal health professionals together to make good things happen, and stop bad things from happening in our industry.Learn More