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AVTAA NEWS RELEASE - June 2024 Anesthesia Museum

Dear Esteemed Colleagues,

I hope this message finds you well and thriving in your noble pursuits within the veterinary field.

As the founder of Vetamac and the visionary behind the Veterinary Anesthesia Museum, it is with great pleasure and excitement that I extend this invitation to you today.

In our mission to preserve the rich history and advancements in veterinary anesthesia, we will be curating a haven where enthusiasts and professionals alike can delve into the captivating evolution of our field. I am thrilled to announce that our new museum location will soon be open for exploration!

Why Visit the Veterinary Anesthesia Museum?

Our museum will offer a comprehensive journey through time, showcasing the milestones, breakthroughs, and pioneering figures that have shaped the landscape of veterinary anesthesia. From antique equipment to newer innovations, each piece will invite you to witness the remarkable progress we've made in ensuring the welfare and comfort of our animal companions.

Join Us in Preserving History and Advancing Veterinary Care

While our museum will serve as a tribute to the past, it will also serve as a beacon guiding us towards a brighter future. Your support is vital in sustaining our efforts to document, educate, and innovate within the realm of veterinary anesthesia.

How You Can Make a Difference

I invite you to explore our museum's halls webpage and consider making a contribution towards our cause. Your generous donation will enable us to expand our archives, enhance educational resources, and continue our advocacy for excellence in veterinary care.

Visit the Veterinary Anesthesia Museum online: https://www.vetamac.com/the-veterinary-anesthesia-museum/

Thank you for your unwavering dedication to the well-being of animals and for your support of our shared mission. Together, let us continue to pave the way towards a brighter future for veterinary anesthesia.

Warm regards,


Harry Founder, Vetamac and the Veterinary Anesthesia Museum


The Academy of Veterinary Technicians in Anesthesia and Analgesia (AVTAA) exists to promote interest in the discipline of veterinary anesthesia.  The Academy provides a process by which a veterinary technician may become credentialed as a Veterinary Technician Specialist (Anesthesia & Analgesia).  The Academy provides the opportunity for members to enhance their knowledge and skills in the field of veterinary anesthesia.  

The Veterinary Technician who becomes credentialed as a VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia) demonstrates superior knowledge in the care and management of anesthesia cases.  

Credentialed as a VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia) promotes patient safety, consumer protection, professionalism and excellence in anesthesia care.  The Veterinary Anesthesia arena is constantly evolving, thus, the attainment of competence is a continual activity.