Vetavision 2017 will be a two-day event and is scheduled for Friday September 29, 2017 to Saturday September 30, 2017 at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. The event will run from 8am to 8pm on both days.


There are plenty of live demonstrations to view at Vetavision 2017. Some of the things that you can expect to see include a demonstration from the Saskatoon Police canine unit of their dogs at work, canine rehabilitation, cow milking, equine endoscopy and lameness, ultrasound, and falconry! And don’t miss our famous fistulated cow for a chance to stick your hand into a cow’s rumen! Click here to check out the demonstration schedule and locations. *edit* Our sincerest apologies, but the Saskatoon Police canine unit will not be able to come to Vetavision. The latest demo schedule has been updated to reflect this.


Pre-Vet night will be hosted at 4:00pm on Saturday September 30, 2017; Pre-Vet night is a great opportunity for prospective veterinary or veterinary technician students to learn more about what these careers entail and what is required to enroll. Attendees will hear from  Dr. Chris Clark, the Associate Dean of Academic of the college about the admissions process for an education in veterinary medicine. The presentation will be followed by a pizza dinner and question-and-answer sessions with current veterinary medicine students. Admission to the event is $10.00. Please note that in order to provide enough food for everyone, we require that all attendees register for the event in advance. The deadline for registration has been extended to September 27, 2017. To register, please fill out this registration form and send it to


We are very excited to announce that this year the U of S Open House and Vetavision will be collaborating on Friday September 29th! Prospective students of any discipline and all other interested parties can now check out the campus beyond the WCVM too and explore the programs that the U of S has to offer! For more details, please visit the University of Saskatchewan Open House website.