Welcome to VetSalus
A global network of veterinary specialists.
VetSalus is a new business initiative developed by a committed group of international veterinarians
The core business of VetSalus is to facilitate the placement of veterinary consultants who will provide expertise in all aspects of ‘One Health’, especially animal production and sustainable farming.
VetSalus is particularly interested in providing consultancy in Animal Welfare, Antimicrobial Usage and Sustainable Animal Production Systems. All VetSalus consultants are independent and meet strict criteria before approval.
VetSalus consultants have extensive experience in R&D projects. We can assist your R&D project in planning or data collection. We can also undertake to deliver the entire project, including final analysis and reporting.
VetSalus has experienced veterinary trainers available who can deliver detailed, practical training on a range of topics at a venue of your choosing.
If you are interested in joining our specialist global network and engaging with like minded vets.
If you have the skills and enthusiasm to become a VetSalus Consultant
Our network of experts is growing daily. Here are a few of the committed VetSalus experts.
Keep up to date with the latest news .
VetSalus Project Bulletin #2
Here is the latest posting outlining another VetSalus project. This project describes how the introduction of cutting edge reproductive technology can accelerate genetic improvement (and thus increase production efficiency and sustainability) in Zimbabwe.
VetSalus Project Update
Becoming a global force to help improve animal health, welfare and sustainability is a huge challenge, and one that can only be tackled by leading more manageable projects in collaboration with others.
New Zealand-based VetSalus consultant, Mark Bryan, is involved in several projects all tackling the One Health issues from different angles. Below is a summary of those projects, outlining the project, and what each hopes to achieve.
Food for Thought
During 2019, it feels everyone became more aware of the environmental impact of their daily lives. From what we wear, to how we travel, to what we eat; everything has an impact on the environment. There is increasing pressure for everyone to ‘do their bit.’ Exactly what that means depends on the individuals' moral and ethical compass.