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South Carolina Association of Veterinarians:  SCAV is a professional association that provides member benefits, including informational resources, continuing education opportunities and quality publications.

American Association of Veterinary State Boards(AAVSB) and VIVA (Veterinary Information Verifying Agency): Find useful information concerning state licensing and information concerning score reporting and transfer. A copy of the Veterinary Technician National Exam Candidate Handbook is now available on the website.


The National Board Examination Committee for Veterinary Medicine (NBEC): Information concerning the NAVLE examination may be obtained here.

USDA:This office handles information concerning accreditation/certification for international health certificates for animals

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