Information about our vet world on the Balkans
Learn and Travel……. stories from the vets! Dr Florin Cristian Delureanu at Clinica Veterinaria Lago Maggiore!
Let’s them to tell us:
Dr Luca Formaggini:
Florin Cristian Delureanu is a young Romanian veterinarian who came to Clinica Veterinaria Lago Maggiore as a member of a two-week-externship project created in collaboration with Vets On The Balkans.
It was a wonderful experience for all of us to have the possibility to work and confront with Florin. He showed devotion and proficiency in a lot of fields during his stay at Clinica Veterinaria Lago Maggiore; in fact when we met him, Florin first told us he was interested in soft tissue surgery, but he also showed passion for intensive care unit, internal medicine, diagnostic imaging and he took part to all the activities of our Clinic.
He was able to confirm that passion for study and continuous professional upgrade can help advance the level of practice and the ability to do the best for our patients.
One of the most interesting parts of this project is the opportunity to deal with different realities and compare the various guidelines and protocols adopted by different veterinary structures.
“Hand by hand we all will be better” is the endearing motto of the project and we hope this will lead to further future collaborations between Vets from different countries.
Dr Florin Cristian Delureanu:
First of all I want to say that I felt lucky that I had the opportunity to spend two weeks in Clinica Veterinaria Lago Maggiore and I will tell you why.
From the first day I was greeted with smiles and open arms, and after I met the whole team, we began to discuss clinical cases in the clinic and ways of approach. I realized they are polite and friendly. They were very careful with me from the beginning until the last day (when we celebrated with a special cake tasting).
The members of the clinic are well organized, they treat with great importance and care of each patient and I enjoy seeing that they work as a well-connected team.
The clinic is well structured with many rooms equipped with special equipment useful for many procedures. I was very excited about the equipment of the clinic and I said “yes,” surely there will be a lot of action here and so it was. With a large number of cases, the team devotes a lot of time to saving the animals.
Speaking of relaxation, Lake Maggiore gave me an unforgettable view, spending a few breaks on the shore. We also relaxed spending the evening in town. In one of the evenings I was with some colleagues in Rocca Borromeo Park to admire the lights on the other bank of the lake. I decided at the end of the period to miss half a day from the clinic to visit the Borromean Islands.
Due to my desire for plastic surgery and reconstructive and wound management, I stayed close to Dr. Luca Formaggini. He answered all my questions, was opened to all of my discussion topics. He explained to me in detail and with patience every step which should be followed in all of the surgical interventions that took place over the two weeks. I also want to thank him for allowing me to use one of the endoscopes. I have greatly appreciated this aspect. He is funny and have open mind.
I also thank Dr. Sara Manfredini for having been patient with me and it was a pleasure for me to put pressure on her shoulders. He explained my anesthetic protocols and other procedures. I was like a needle in her spine. I think the best word to describe her is – kindness.
I want to appreciate the other team members: Mariangela De Franco, Luigi Venco, Andrea, Giuditta, Elisa, Paolo, Margherita, Marta and Salvo. I also received the science from you
Thanks for science and for memories!!!!!!!!
Thanks Vet on the Balkans and to all people who support this program. You do a great job. Well done!
Endoscopic procedures are not new inventions. History of today modern endoscopy starts at the beginning of the 19th century. Today two hundred years after it’s still evolving and that make’s it one of the most exciting parts of veterinary medicine.
Endoscopic procedures have recently been introduced to veterinary practitioners on a larger extent in East and South-East Europe. More and more vetrinarians on the Balkans were interested in endoscopic procedures. For us that was a breaking point which led to formation of ASAEE (Association for Small Animal Endoscopy and Endosurgery) and 1st ASAEE Conference that is going to be held in Belgrade
on 14th October.
The aim of the conference is to provide the platform for students, veterinary practitioners and Academicians to share the knowledge and ideas. The idea is that the 1st Conference becomes „ to know each other“ meeting of people interested in endoscopy.
To summarize, we can say that despite all the technological advances and endoscopy’s extensive history, it still pushes us to always remain vigilant student.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee
TOPEKA, Kan. (21 July 2017) – Dr. Luba Gancheva, a Bulgarian veterinarian who now lives and works in Romania, has been named by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and Hill’s Pet Nutrition as the winner of the 2017 ‘Next Generation’ Veterinary Award. The award acknowledges the work of a veterinarian who graduated within the past ten years and who has contributed significantly to the betterment of companion animals, the veterinary profession and society at large.
“Millennial vets carry the future of the profession with them,” said Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn, Chief Professional Relations Officer at Hill’s Pet Nutrition. “Luba has demonstrated a strong commitment to improving the experiences and education of early-career veterinarians. She has also taken positive steps to connect these next-generation professionals with ones who are already established in the field.”
Dr. Gancheva will be presented with her award at the WSAVA World Congress 2017, which takes place Sept. 25-28 in Copenhagen, Denmark. She will also give a lecture entitled: ‘A high professional level of veterinary medicine is offered in the Balkans. True or false?’
The Balkan Peninsula extends from Central Europe to the Mediterranean Sea and includes the countries of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and the European part of Turkey.
Dr. Gancheva graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Forestry in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 2010, and began working in a small animal practice in the city. She demonstrated her commitment to continuing education and received a Master of Science in Infectious Diseases from Triaka University in Bulgaria. She now lives in Bucharest, Romania, and works at the Cabinet Filip Veterinarul animal hospital.
Her PhD thesis, entitled ‘Clinical Manifestation of Brucellosis in Dogs, caused by Brucella Canis,’ was based on a study she conducted on the incidence of this disease in the Balkans. As a result of her thesis, Dr. Gancheva was invited to speak at two congresses in the Balkans, where she realized how enthusiastic her colleagues in the region were to continue their professional development.
In 2015, she launched an online veterinary journal called ‘Vets on the Balkans,’ with the goal of helping regional veterinarians work more collaboratively and share their experience and knowledge. The journal has presented more than 90 cases and has developed a strong readership. It has also built partnerships with many of the key companion animal veterinary associations in the region.
Building on this success, Dr. Gancheva in 2016 launched an initiative called ‘Learn and Travel with Vets in The Balkans’. The program enables veterinarians to increase their knowledge and experience by working in clinics in nearby countries. The first placements were made earlier this year, and they were supported through sponsorships and donations from 12 participating practices in Bulgaria, Turkey, Romania, Belgium, Italy and Croatia.
Dr Käthi Brunner, Chair of the WSAVA’s Leadership and Nomination Committee, said: “Tackling the inequality of education and resources available to veterinarians depending on where in the world they are working is one of the key challenges facing the profession. Dr. Gancheva has taken some very practical steps to support the development of the profession in the Balkans, both through launching the journal and through the new ‘Learn and Travel’ scheme. We congratulate her and hope that both of these initiatives continue to prove successful. She is a great example of a Next Generation veterinarian who is showing a very personal commitment to raising standards of veterinary care.”
As the winner of the 2017 ‘Next Generation’ Veterinary Award, Dr. Gancheva will receive a monetary gift, an engraved plaque and a WSAVA certificate.
Dr. Gancheva said: “I would like to express my gratitude for the Award. It is the biggest honour of my life and I am excited to be part of WSAVA World Congress this year. During my lecture, I will present clinical reports from my journal from each country in the Balkans to show that, while we may have economic difficulties, our passion for knowledge and love for animals give us strength. When you cure an animal, you change the world for someone, so veterinarians change the world. Thank you WSAVA!”
Hill’s will fund Dr. Gancheva’s attendance at the 2017 WSAVA World Congress so that she can accept her award.
Candidates for the WSAVA, Hill’s Next Generation Award can come from any country and must meet the following criteria:
- Graduated within the past 10 years
- Active in continuing education
- Have a strong record in community service
- Working to bridge the gap between their generation and others
The WSAVA’s 101 member and affiliate associations represent more than 200,000 individual veterinarians from around the globe. They work together to advance the health and welfare of companion animals. Hill’s is the WSAVA’s most long-standing and significant industry partner.
Candidates for the 2018 Next Generation Award can nominate themselves by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan. 1, 2018. They should include a letter of intent, a CV and at least one reference letter. Further information can be found at www.wsava.org.
About Hill’s Pet Nutrition
Founded more than 75 years ago with an unwavering commitment to pet nutrition, Hill’s mission is to help enrich and lengthen the special relationships between people and their pets. The right nutrition, combined with the devotion of veterinary professionals can transform the lives of pets; and healthier and happier pets can transform the lives of pet parents. Hill’s is dedicated to pioneering research and ground-breaking nutrition for dogs and cats based on a scientific understanding of their specific needs. HILL’s® Prescription Diet® therapeutic pet foods. HILL’s® Science Diet® and HILL’s® Ideal Balance™ wellness pet foods are sold through veterinarians and pet speciality retailers worldwide. For more information about Hill’s, our products and our nutritional philosophy, visit us at HillsPet.com, HillsVet.com for Facebook, keywords “Hill’s Pet Nutrition.”
First Congress of Bulgarian Association of Veterinary Dermatology held in 27-28th of April, 2017 at city of Plovdiv, Bulgaria. There were more then 120 veterinarians from Bulgaria, Macedonia, Romania, Greece and Cyprus.
Dr. Emmanuel Bensignor and Dr. Sebastian Viaud, who impressed the audience with the way information was provided, but also the way all the scientific information was presented so to be useful in every-day-practice. They discussed which one is the best elimination diet, which medicine is effective in the control of canine atopic dermatitis and how to use them appropriately? How to do Desensibilisation therapy? How to perform biopsy from unusual places? How to recognize vasculite lesion and how to deal with it?
Vets on The Balkans support BAVD submit one free ticket for 4th Latin American Congress of Veterinary Dermatology to be held in
Merida, Mexico from 13th to 16th of June 2018 and one free ticket for 4th Romanian Dermatology Congress , October, 2017. Their members are presenting clinical reports and the best one will win. All of the cases will be posted in the journal Vets on The Balkans.
Dr Ana Maria Boncea, Vetderm Therapy in Bucharest, Romania
“I would like to thank you one more time for this opportunity. It was great event!! Congratulations for everything! See you soon!!”
Dr Daniela Bajenaru, Tazy Vet Veterinary Clinic in Bucharest, Romania
“Dear Luba, the 1st Bulgarian Veterinary Dermatology Congress was excellent, the lecturers gave us a lot of useful information and the organization was great!”
Dr Adriana Cosma, Conforvet on Bucharest, Romania.
“ Hi Luba! I wanted to tell you that we thank you for everything…we had wonderful time. We liked very much the BAVD Congress and the city of Plovdiv!”
The team of Vets on The Balkans congratulated BAVD for the high professional level of organizing and the brilliant scientific program.
Dr Daniela Bajenaru, working in vet clinic Tazy-vet in Bucharest, Romania with the sponsorship of Pamas Trading SRL have done her externship at Cenral Vet Clinic in Sofia, Bulgaria. Let’s her tell us about it :
My wonderful experience in Sofia at the Central Vet Clinic
It all started with a simple decision to try my luck at a contest organized by the Vets on The Balkans, that was a first step in a wonderful walk. Dr. Luba Gancheva told me about this possibility of externship at the Central Vet Clinic in Sofia, and I said why not, we always have something to learn from those around us.
At the Central Vet Clinic I met only welcoming and beautiful people. The management is at a very high level, they are very well organized. I admired very much their way of dealing with the hospitalized patients and their X-ray techniques.There the doctors, besides their great experience, have all the necessary equipment to establish a quick diagnosis of certainty.
On my first day I remember that I was very impressed by the large number of patients who walk into the clinic, I think they were around 150. They always manage this with a lot of professionalism.
The surgery rooms are very rarely free. I think that the most difficult cases from Sofia (and not only) come to them.
Because my greatest passion in the veterinary field is dermatology, my time spent in the Central Vet Clinic has been allocated , for the most part of it, in the dermatology department with Dr. Iveline Vacheva. For her I have only wonderful words. I see in her a very dedicated doctor, with many ambitions. I had the opportunity to see a lot of interesting cases, one of them was about a young cat with degenerative mucinotic mural folliculitis. I know that this affection is quite rare…so, great job Dr. Iveline!
My days were my own to plan and fill. I had a little time to visit also Sofia. I took a walk on the Witashe Mountains, I climbed up to the Boulder slopes, called ” stone rivers” or “morains” in Bulgarian and in some English language guidebooks.
It was a great experience for me, I left with a lot of practical ideas for home. I will definitely come back again in Sofia to the Central Vet Clinic!
Thanks to the all team for all the goodwill they have shown, they always answered to my questions.
Thank you Dr. Ranko Georgiev for all the kindness, for sure in the future you will do more then that for the Central Vet Clinic!
Thank you Vet on The Balkans, Dr. Luba Gancheva, Pamas Traiding and Tazy-vet, because you made this possible!
In March 2017, Dr Nadejda Tsureva, working at Veterinary Clinic ” Dobro Hrumvane” in city of Sofia, Bulgaria, has done her externship at Centru de Endoscopie si Chirurgie Minim Invasiva Veterinara with Dr Constantin Ifteme in city of Bucharest, Romania.
What is the opinion of Dr Nadejda Tsureva:
“Dear colleagues and friends,
Last month started for the first time our project ” LEARN AND TRAVEL WITH VETS ON THE BALKANS”. Dr Andrey Ginchev from Bulgaria, working in Blue Cross veterinary clinic in city of Sofia, and Dr Cristian Badulescu, main vet and owner of Blue Point Vet veterinary clinic in city of Bucharest, Romania have done their externship at Clinica Veterinara Lago Maggiore – Dr Lugi Venco , Dr Luca Formaggini and Dr Mariangela De Franco. Both of them have stayed 2 weeks. I think is better they to speak about the adveture.
Dr Andrey Ginchev:
I have so many good things to say about this externship. Firstly, it was the best experience of my life! The doctors are amazing,especially Dr Luca Formaginni and Doctor Luigi Venco – the best doctors I ‘ve ever seen in my life.
The team was very well organized,very welcoming and really friendly with me. I met a lot of people from Italy and had great time with them. I became more flexible to changes, more ambitious and more sociable. My desire to travel is increased. Also this practise helps me to gain my confidence in my own abilities,so now I am more self – confident in my work.I improved my English language and also I learned a little bit Italian…,Grazie and Thank you!!!I hope to see my Italian friends again.
Dr Cristian Badulescu :
Before I go to Lago Maggiore Clinic, I looked on the internet to see what’s going on there. I saw them with equipment high-technology facilities. I saw that they are capable and do surgical maneuvers excellent and it’s a veterinary clinic with a very good reputation. I can therefore expect to find here and a little superciliousness, or even some superiority. But it was not so! I found wonderful people, full of positive energy. Highly trained people who know exactly what they do. But what I liked most is modesty and their openness to sharing information. They do not want to hide anything. If you know what questions to put, you get all the information you need. I had the honor to talk to Luca Formaggini, Luigi Venco and Giorgio Romanelli. They are true celebrities in the world of veterinary medicine in Italy. I talked a lot about a lot. The impression to me of all is that all are governed by modesty and good will. So, I thank you Vets on the Balkans for this oportunity to meet great people! Great job! Bright future!
And of course the opinion of Dr Luigi Venco:
It ‘s a wonderful Journal. Open source. Clinical cases and tips useful for the reader. Not just a display of vanity for the authors. Congratulations to the editors for strong expended effort
Dr Constantin Ifteme – Center of Veterinary Endoscopy and Minimum Invasive Surgery
Vets on the Balkans it is more than a promoting platform of all successful projects from the veterinary medicine in the Balkans region. It can be compared with the Olympics of the veterinarians from this geographical area, with major involvement in training and continuous learning of the veterinary community.
Dr Iuliana Ionascu, DVM , PhD, member ESVO
Vets on the Balkans is the meeting point of the specialists, the friends and of the people who have the joy of sharing their experience in areas of interest in veterinary medicine.Vets on the Balkans helped us by placing us in direct contact with specialists and taught us how to work together. The first step is done. The next step is one that I want from the bottom of my heart: to write therapeutic guides together.So, Vets on the Balkans, my dream has to be your accomplishment in the years to come.I love you for what you created. Good luck on your wonderful journey!
Dr Alexandru Diaconescu, DVM, PhD, Senior Lecturer
I think it’s a great idea! All the vets in the Balkans area can learn from each other’s experience, we can share opinions, interesting clinical cases, etc.
I wish you good luck!
Dr Rares Capitan , DVM, resident ECVD
I think is a good interesting idea. I really hope that this project will continue for a long time and collect many vets as want to share their experience. So the whole community from the Balkans will progress in a good way.
Dr Ana Maria Boncea, DVM, resident ECVD
“Vets on the Balkans” is like a fresh air for all the vet’s from every place…Is an open door for sharing your experience, upgrading your knowledge and enjoy the vet’s life spectaculy. Let’s share together all beautiful insides of our job!
Dr Vladislav Zlatinov – Central Vet Clinic in Sofia, Bulgaria
It is so great to have such a professional forum, connecting Balkans (and not only) vets! I literally see people from different countries in the region, getting to know each other because of your journal. The “Vets on The Balkans” deserve all the compliments for your great positive initiative and work!
Dr Stefan Savov- Ditton Reach Veterinary Surgery, England
The journal is a really brilliant idea. I read all the articles. I find some really good examples there. It has proved that veterinarians on Balkans are no worse than the colleagues in the western countries. I wish you more and more interesting cases shared on the pages of the journal and lots of luck.
Dr Mila Bobadova ( Veterinary Clinic “ Dobro Hrumvane” in Sofia, Bulgaria)
We needed that kind of journal at Balkans, a connection spot and an open source. It brings veterinary medicine to a new level, but most of all it helps all the vets from Balkans to get to know each other. For that I am very thankful and I am sure it will make a difference.
Dr Svetlina Aleksandrova ( Veterinary Clinic “Light Vet” in Sandanski, Bulgaria)
Vets on the Balkans is great new way for communication and learning. The reality is that we can not know everything for any condition. The learning process continue until the end of our lives. I love the case reports – a lot of photos and good explications. The Learn and Travel initiative will make a lot of collegues better in their prefered section of veterinary medecine. Please, dr Gancheva, continue to do what you do in the best way – connect!
Dr Liliya Mihailova ( Veterinary Clinic “ United Veterinary Clinic “ in Varna, Bulgaria )
According to me ” Vets on the Balkans “o is one of the greatest way for many veterinarians to communicate and share knowledge and experience. Because is a new and modern way to connect veterinarians not only from countries of Balkan peninsula but also from countries all over the world. Moreover It provides the latest scientific information about news in veterinary medicine and useful personal professional experience.
Dr Spas Spasov ( Veterinary Clinic “ United Veterinary Clinic “ in Varna, Bulgaria )
I want to extend my greetings to the great work you do with the magazine. It is very interesting and useful. I wish to become more known. I wish to be ever visited. I think the idea to united vets on the Balkans is realized.
Dr Vanya Stoyanova – Veterinary Clinic Provet in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Useful veterinary journal,creative realized idea.
Like to read the letters ,interesting posts ,new information for me and classified my level where I am on the market with the Balkan colleagues .Receive information for future symposiums,Conferences and Webinars. Thank You Luba Gancheva & Co
Wish you continue enjoying with your fantastic work!!!
Dr Dimitar Djambazov Veterinary Clinic Sofia in Sofia, Bulgaria
Vets on the Balkans is a unique in its respective category as a journal who strives to connect the countries on the Balkans- a highly diverse and interesting set of countries.
The journal provides easy-to-reach and concise practical knowledge as well as the opportunity for interviews, presentations and step-by-step guidelines for management of specific problems.
From where I stand as a practitioner the case reports are by far my favorite method of acquiring new information in the veterinary field. That is of course after one has a strong basic knowledge on a given subject.
And here’s where the next indispensible role of “Vets on the Balkans” becomes evident. The journal not only acts as a mean of learning and developing oneself as a veterinary professional with blog posts but also serves as a connecting point between the countries and veterinarians in the region, as to promote and organize practical sessions, continuing education projects and various externships. This is indispensible help, strongly appreciated by many and luckily gaining more and more popularity among animal caregivers on the Balkans.
The effort invested in the journal by its creator and her collaborators is immense and undoubtedly greatly acknowledged as we all know how hard it can be to sustain such a project, be a practicing veterinarian at the same time and have a life from time to time as well.
As a young and still lacking a certain amount of experience, vet, I appreciate the Vets on the Balkans journal as a source of CPD, but also as a opportunity to reach and connect to our neighbors on the Balkans.
Dr Emil Ofner – Veterinary Clinic More in Sibenik, Croatia
Task for every journal is to have a good impact factor on its readers. Vets on the Balkans journal doesn’t do just that, but it also successfully ties up vets from different Balkan countries and others. It is the first of its kind in the Balkans and for sure it will facilitate further development of the veterinary profession. Hopefully it will become a great online tool for improvements of veterinary skills and knowledge.
Dr Mario Kreszinger – Veterinary Clinic Kreszinger in Zagreb, Croatia
It very useful easy approachable source of informations we need in everyday Jobs routine.
Dr Nikola Bunevski– Veterinary Clinic Kreszinger in Zagreb, Croatia
Sharing is caring. Every information is priceless. We are working near each other we have similar problems and questions, it will be better for each of us if we share those questions and problems to one another, we will come to answers faster and painless. Vets on the Balkans can serve that purpose.Thank you for having me.
Dr Zoran Loncar- Veterinary Clinic Novak in Belgrade, Serbia
Vets on the Balkan is refreshment and result of people with good energy and wish to improve our region. We live in small countries and if we cooperate together we have better chance to improve ourselves.
Dr Nikoleta Novak- Veterinary Clinic Novak in Belgrade, Serbia
I read the interview you had with our colleague Nikola Bunevski, and I think he said it perfectly; “Sharing is caring. Vets on the Balkans can serve that purpose””Vets on Balkans” is really a great idea and I do wish you all the best on this exciting and high-minded mission.
Dr Marko Novak- Klinika Loka in the city Škofja Loka in Slovenia
I came across VTB when I was scrolling down the facebook and I saw these interesting articles from guys doing great job. I think it is one of those starters that help people to become better at what they do.
Banu Dokuzeylul, DVM, PhD ,Department of Internal Medicine
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
I like reading. One day I found myself reading a case from Vets on The Balkans Online Journal. This subject was one of my interesting areas in veterinary medicine. With this article, I couldn’t imagine a good collaboration and friendship start. With Dr. Luba Gancheva’s support, I was invited to seminar in Bucharest. As I see until today, the journal improves day by day. Instead of giving important information, this journal combines the colleagues on the Balkans. If you want to be a part of a great friendship and have a vulnerable data, you must start to read the journal as fast as you can.
When we see something like this on The Balkans, we are so proud. 1st September was the grand opening of the biggest Digestive Endoscopy and Surgery Center on The Balkans. The guest was Dr Fausto Brandao who is emblematic vet in VeterinaryEndoscopy.
The owner and the main vet is Dr Constantin Ifteme who is 36 years old and it is really impressive, so young and so successful. He creates his own team, full of professional and passionate to veterinary medicine. This clinic and Dr Constantin Ifteme are the evidence that veterinary medicine on The Balkans go straight ahead. They also include in their practice laparoscopic surgery, laser surgery and they have Fluoroscopy machine.
Fluoroscopy is an imaging technique that uses X-rays to obtain real-time moving images of the interior of an object. In its primary application of medical imaging, a fluoroscope allows the doctor to see the internal structure and function of a patient, so that the pumping action of the heart or the motion of swallowing, for example, can be watched. This is useful for both diagnosis and therapy and occurs in general radiology, interventional radiology, and image-guided surgery.
The team of Vets on The Balkans express their gratitude to Dr Ifteme and his beautiful and kind wife for their support of the journal, for the real friendship and hospitability.
The project intends to assist and support the veterinarians from The Balkans in their desire to upgrade their knowledge and experience in veterinary medicine. They will visit different clinics which are included in the project. The idea is to go directly into practice, to upgrade their own knowledge and experience, to advance their level of practice and generally the veterinary practice on the Balkans.
- Rise the level of veterinary service on The Balkans;
- Improve health status of the animals and stop transmitting of some diseases;
- Improve the financial status of veterinarians by learning different opportunities of management of veterinary clinic and acquiring new skills;
- Better understanding of the meaning of the words “hand by hand we all will be better”;
- Create contacts and future collaborations.
Methods to achieve the goals
We have agreements with different clinics and they will be involved to provide good environment for education and practice:
- Central Vet Clinic – Dr Ranko Georgiev-Sofia, Bulgaria
- Nova Veterinary Clinic – Dr Maria Savova-Sofia, Bulgaria
- Petcode Veterinary Clinic – Dr Ates Barut-Ankara, Turkey
- Regatul Animalelor ( Dermatology Clinic -Rares Capitan – DVM resident ECVD ) – Bucharest, Romania
- Vet Derm Therapy – Dr Ana Maria Boncea DVM resident ECVD- Bucharest, Romania
- Blue Vets – Dr Constantin Ifteme-Bucharest, Romania
- Center Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Surgery Veterinary- Dr Constantin Ifteme-Bucharest, Romania
- Clinica Veterinara Lago Maggiore – Dr Lugi Venco and Dr Luca Formaggini – Italy
- Veterinary Clinic Kreszinger – Zagreb, Croatia
- Veterinary Clinic More – Sibenik , Croatia
- Dierenartsen praktijk – Dr Ann Criel- Kermt –Belgium
- Patisev Veterinary Clinic – Dr Gizem Taktak – Istanbul, Turkey
How can you participate in the project?
The vets can submit their applications (they will receive and fill in a questionnaire).
To receive your questionnaire, send an email to email@example.com.
The vets will receive the agreement from us (Vets on The Balkans) and the clinic chosen by the vet to visit. Depending on the interests of the vet we can recommend a clinic where they can achieve their goals.
The financial sources will be from donations (vets, clinics, companies). We will cover accommodation and trip expenses. The companies can pay directly for a vet (their client), elected by them.
All the money, which come as donations for the project will be transparent and public and easy reachable for every vet.
If you would like to support the project, you can do it! Even with a small amount! Because “HAND BY HAND WE ALL WILL BE BETTER”
You can give your support here:
VETS ON THE BALKANS
PIRAEUS BANK – City of Ruse, Bulgaria
BG44PIRB 8087 1605 7096 72
BIC COD: PIRB BG SF
Please write that the money transfer is for “Learn and Travel with Vets on The Balkans”
The project gives opportunities for raising your knowledge in Cardiology ( Bulgaria, Italy ), Dermatology ( Romania, Turkey) , Orthopedic and Neurology ( Turkey, Croatia and Bulgaria), Endoscopy (Turkey, Romania and Croatia), Exotic animals ( Romania), Surgery ( Turkey, Italy, Belgium, Bulgaria, Romania), Imaging ( Romania, Turkey and Bulgaria) , different management ( Italy, Bulgaria, Romania, Italy , Belgium), Ophthalmology ( Bulgaria) and all standard practices.
We would like to express our gratitude to all clinicians who are open to share their experience and especially to CSAVS (Croatian Small Animals Section) and TSAVA who gave us FREE TICKET for their annual congresses for the vet who will visit the country with the project!!! This is very kind of them and we appreciate OUR FRIENDS!
THANK YOU ALL!
Dr Ates Barut
Dr Lea Keszinger
Dr Ann Criel
Dr Constantin Ifteme
Dr Luigi Venco
Dr Luca Formaggini
Dr Rares Capitan
Dr Ranko Georgiev
Dr Ana Maria Boncea
Dr Radu Boncea
Dr Maria Savova
Dr Emil Ofner
We express our gratitude to our partners Bayer Romaina and Pamas Trading who makes our existence possible.
If you have questions and ideas how to raise our project or something else, please be free to get contact in firstname.lastname@example.org!