Additionally, Purina R&D hold more than 100 global partnerships with external institutions, allowing us to collaborate with world leaders in veterinary nutrition and other scientific fields.
By connecting with the most innovative minds in pet health, the Purina Institute is promoting collaboration across the globe and facilitating an exchange of knowledge.
Find out more about our partners, and gain access to content they have shared to support you in practice.
World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and Purina Institute: transforming companion animal medicine around the world.
The Purina Institute is proud to be the WSAVA’s first Diamond Partner, a relationship reflective of our shared goals. Founded in 1961, WSAVA is an association that represents more than 200,000 veterinarians and 112 member associations globally.
WSAVA’s mission is to advance the health and welfare of companion animals worldwide through an educated, committed and collaborative global community of veterinary peers.
As the WSAVA’s first Diamond Partner, we support some of WSAVA’s key clinical committees and initiatives: Global Nutrition Committee (GNC), Animal Wellness and Welfare Committee (AWWC), Hereditary Disease Committee (HDC) and One Health Committee (OHC).
The Purina Institute is also a global partner for WSAVA One Care, a pioneering initiative to motivate veterinary associations in countries where companion animal practice is still emerging to raise standards of care.
As part of our productive collaboration, we are able to provide a number of resources for you to use in your everyday conversations with pet owners. For more information on WSAVA, simply click below.
WSAVA content is now available directly from PurinaInstitute.com. As a veterinarian, you share our goal of advancing knowledge for the benefit of animals and the people who care for them, so you may find the series of exclusive resources useful.