The Fondation Brigitte Bardot is the major sponsor of two of VBB’s ongoing programs, the Sikkim Animal Health and Anti-Rabies Project and the Ladakh Anti-Rabies and Dog Management Project. Since 2011 the Foundation is also the major sponsor of our Bylakuppe Rabies and Disease Control Project.
The Fondation Brigitte Bardot was founded in 1986 and works to improve the living conditions of animals, and protect them from mistreatment all over the world.
The Australian Veterinary Association is the professional organisation that represents veterinarians across Australia. The AVA is made up of many groups. The national office is located in Sydney, and there are divisionsin each state and territory around the country. Some of the larger states also have local branches.
In an exciting development in 2012 the AVA has embarked upon major sponsorship of VBB by providing much needed assistance to increase VBB’s promotion and publicity. This will be achieved by sponsorship of VBB to attend the National AVA and ASAVA conferences as well as distribution of VBB promotional material at AVA’s state division conferences and through their electronic media.
David Darcy is an internationally recognised author/photographer and his fourth dog book ‘A Little Help for our Friends’ is part of his effort to raise awareness and bring about change for some of the 400 million street dogs around the world. He has dedicated the book to VBB and has received support from Bayer and Cenvet AustraliaPart of the proceeds from the sale of each book will go to support VBB’s work.
VetPrac® provides practical skills training for registered veterinarians in clinical practice.
VetPrac®'s founder, Dr Ilana Mendels founded the company when she realised there is a big difference between learning about a practical technique, watching someone do the procedure and actually practicing the technique yourself.
VetPrac® courses are great value for money, earning more more CPD points in 2-days than any other course in Australia.
Through its committed and generous support, VetPrac has enabled VBB to earn thousands of dollars by providing individual places at VetPac workshops to auction.