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Help Make a Difference in the Lives of Pets and Veterinarians Alike

By participating in charitable giving of $15, $25, $50 or any amount, you can support the WATCVM's mission to:

  • Help veterinarians in developing countries become educated in TCVM

  • Partner with veterinarians volunteering their time to help pets in the midst of natural disasters

  • Fund research, bringing more acceptance and awareness to the practice of TCVM

  • Compile national standards to bring consistency to TCVM practices and research

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How It Works

First, visit to get started. From there, you will add us as your selected charitable organization. When prompted, search for "watcvm" and select "World Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine":

Then, shop as you normally would. You only need to select your charity once, Amazon remembers your choice.

PLEASE NOTE: This program ONLY works if you shop using so make sure you update all of your bookmarks!

Thank you so much for your support!

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Animal Use and Care: All research studies involving animals must have been performed in compliance with guidelines outlined in the Animal Welfare Act, US Public Health Service Policy on the Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals, NRC Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals, or Guide for the Care and Use of Agricultural Animals in Agricultural Research and Teaching (Fass 1999) or with equivalent guidelines. A manuscript containing information that suggests that animals were subjected to adverse, stressful, or harsh conditions or treatments will not be considered for publication. Manuscripts describing studies that involved the use of animals, including studies that involved the use of privately owned animals (e.g. animals owned by clients, staff members, students, or private entities) must include a statement that the study protocol was reviewed and approved by an appropriate oversight entity (e.g. an animal care and use committee or institutional review board) or was performed in compliance with institutional guidelines for research on animals. Manuscripts describing prospective studies that involved privately owned animals must include a statement indicating that owner consent was obtained.