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If you are interested in partnering with or sponsoring BVLGBT+ so that we continue our work, please get in touch via the Contact Us page.

VetPartners are proud to support BVLGBT+

Goddard Veterinary Group are proud to support BVLGBT+. Our inclusive, friendly, and fast-growing Group is looking for experienced Vets and RVNs to join our close-knit London practice teams. Why not check out our vacancies?

Virbac are proud to support BVLGBT+

Vetted Recruitment are very proud to support BVLGBT+. We have over 35 years’ of collective experience working across the veterinary industry. This gives us an in depth knowledge of life both inside and outside of practice. We know the market and the opportunities available to candidates. Whether you are soon-to-be or newly graduated, or are looking for your next senior role, we can help.

BVA champions, supports, and empowers more than 18000 vets of all ages, stages, and disciplines.

Our Overseas LGBT+ Colleagues

Australian Rainbow Vets and Allies

Facebook Group (for Members) || Facebook Group (for Allies)

Australian Rainbow Vets and Allies (ARVA) is an advocacy and support group for LGBTQIA individuals in the veterinary industry in Australasia and South East Asia. They provide mentoring, advocacy, education on LGBTQIA issues and social events for their members and the veterinary profession generally. 

Pride Veterinary Medical Community

Website || Facebook (PrideVMC) || Facebook (PrideStudentVMC) || Instagram

The mission and purpose of PrideVMC is to create a better world for the LGBTQ+ veterinary community. Their vision is an empowered LGBTQ+ veterinary community that embraces wellbeing by being their authentic selves.

Our British Diversity Colleagues

British Veterinary Ethnicity and Diversity Society

Website || Facebook Page || Facebook Group

The aim of BVEDS is to celebrate, promote, educate and support people from all backgrounds on ethnicity and diversity in the veterinary profession.

British Veterinary Chronic Illness Support

Website || Facebook Page || Facebook Group

The aim of BVCIS is to provide support to veterinary workers in the United Kingdom who are living with chronic illness or disability.

Our Student BVLGBT+ Network

Liverpool University Veterinary LGBT+ Society

Website || Facebook Page || Facebook Group || Instagram || Twitter

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