Welcome to VetSalus
VetSalus is a committed group of international veterinarians with expertise in all aspects of ‘One Health’, in particular animal health, welfare and sustainable agriculture.
We seek to;
contribute to global food strategy, particularly around animal health and welfare and sustainable agriculture.
develop relationships and networks, to build capacity and collaborate globally.
VetSalus provides veterinary consultancy and expert advice across a variety of areas, including Animal Welfare, Antimicrobial Usage and Sustainable Animal Production Systems. All VetSalus consultants are independent veterinarians who meet strict approval criteria.
VetSalus experts have extensive experience in research and development projects. We can assist your R&D project in planning or data collection phases, or can deliver the entire project, including final analysis, reporting and recommendations.
VetSalus has experienced veterinary trainers available who can deliver detailed, practical training on a range of topics at a venue of your choosing. VetSalus also delivers self-directed online CPD courses for veterinary professionals seeking to grow their expertise.
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 .
A Veterinary Approach to Sustainable Food and Farming - OPEN NOW
Sustainability training course for farm veterinary professionals opening for registration in November
Vet Sustain and VetSalus are opening registration for the next cohort of participants on their sustainability course for farm vets and paraprofessionals on Wednesday 29th November.
News from New Zealand
New Zealand went to the polls nearly a month ago and at the time of writing, the exact make up of the new government and, more importantly, the policies it will implement remain uncertain. The National Party will form the next government but it will need the support of two additional parties in some form of coalition. So considerable doubt remains about what impact the change of government, effectively a drift to the right, will have on One Health matters, especially sustainability and climate change policies.