KSUCVM Canine Club

 

The Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine Canine Club is a unique group. The organization strives to educate interested KSU CVM students in the areas of canine behavior, medicine, and surgery; inform students about local service canine operations, shelters, and canine outreach; as well as provide opportunities for students to socialize their pets during our canine outings. We also plan wet labs, which provide for hands-on experience in canine practice.

Elections are held in the spring, with President, President-Elect, Secretary, and Treasurer selected for the following calendar year. Dues are $5.00 and cover the fall and spring semester. Meetings are held once a month with a speaker presenting a topic of interest.

Our membership is not limited to just those students interested in exclusive canine practice – we have many members interested in general small animal practice and some planning employment in mixed animal practices.