21 Apr ASPCA Pet Health Insurance
Dear VMAE Members:
The pressures of the pandemic forced veterinary associations and their member hospitals to change how they conducted business. Association concerns heard during the VMAE | Fall Conference 2020 included how to drive association value, relevance and connectivity during COVID-19. Veterinary associations adapted how they defined and created value for their members, including remote continuing education and networking opportunities.
While it is yet unknown which newer innovations adopted during the pandemic association members will expect to continue, what is clear is the need for resources to help veterinary hospitals thrive. We are pleased to introduce the ASPCA® Pet Health Insurance Program Veterinary Resources Portal, which hosts a variety of articles, continuing education courses and downloadable social media resources. We hope that you will share these resources with your VMA members.
Many of you have used Dr. Hauser’s consultancy articles in your VMA magazines, newsletters and weekly news feeds. Covering a wide range of topics including professional development, leadership, communication and practice management, these resources are now found in the digital library section of the Veterinary Resources Portal. Please feel free to download and share with your members.
Explore our new resource center at
The ASPCA® is not an insurer and is not engaged in the business of insurance. Products are underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company (NAIC #21113. Morristown, NJ). Insurance products are produced and administered by C&F Insurance Agency, Inc. (NPN # 3974227), a Crum & Forster company. Through a licensing agreement, the ASPCA receives a royalty fee that is in exchange for use of the ASPCA’s marks and is not a charitable contribution. C&F and Crum & Forster are registered trademarks of United States Fire Insurance Company. The Crum & Forster group of companies is rated A (Excellent) by AM Best Company 2020.