The Veterinary Cardiovascular Society warmly invites you to join them at their Spring online meeting where we hope to provide a stimulating day for anyone with an interest in cardiology. In 2021 this includes presentations from a number of world-renowned speakers with the main topic being dilated cardiomyopathy – from the veterinary and human perspective. Many of the lectures will be live with room for discussion. All lectures will be available for 30 days following the meeting via the VCS website. 


Registration is available from 15th March and the fees are: Members £100, non-members £130. Cost of the proceedings is included. The recordings will be available for 4 weeks after the event so registered delegates can watch them on demand.

This year, our sponsors have kindly offered to send out a goodie bag to all delegates to make up for the lack of personal contact during this conference - please specify if you wish to receive the sponsor pack in the registration form. The postage is only available to delegates based in the UK.

Membership of the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society is open to any veterinary surgeon or veterinary nurse from the UK and abroad with a particular interest in cardiology.  Annual VCS membership is £25 (£20 if paid by standing order).  We are an enthusiastic and friendly group, normally holding two meetings a year, a one-day pre-BSAVA Congress Spring meeting at Manchester and a two-day Autumn meeting in November at Chesford Grange in Kenilworth (dates for 2021 11-13 November). We also offer travel bursaries to VCS members to help them attend the ECVIM or ACVIM Congresses (two bursaries are available annually for each of these conferences).  We also provide, in conjunction with BreathEazy, a grant in memory of Alistair Gibson an esteemed colleague who sadly passed away in 2020. This grant is to fund further education in cardiology.