Veterinary Simulator Industries Ltd. creates animal simulators that allow veterinary students to become proficient in their diagnostic and practical skills without the need to endanger or cause unnecessary discomfort to live animals.
Interested in veterinary simulation in teaching? This years Invest Conference will be hosted at Lincoln Memorial University, in Knoxville, Tennessee. Check out the links below for more info such as dates, lodging, and activities in the area!
Veterinary Simulator Industries is a proud recipient of the 2017 Manning Innovation Award! Our Bovine Dystocia model was front and centre as part of this years’ award. Click here to be redirected to our Facebook page and find our Manning Award video! Great read about the winners written in the Calgary Herald here!
Veterinary Simulator Industries is proud to provide the scholarship in Production Animal Health, at the University of Calgary’s 9th annual awards night. Congratulations to DVM student Carling Matejka on your award!
“Say hello to Mojito, Marguerite’s new baby calf! (Mojito, son of Margarita… oooh that is still a game of words that will be worth a few points in the world championships of the two cent joke) Our sincere appreciation to the Canadian company VSI, the manufacturer of this calf, located between the high tech utility and the realistic sculpture, a company whose efficiency and quality of the after-sales service we welcome. Mojito is therefore waiting for you to help him to come to the world during obstetrics training.”
Thank you to the Nantes College of Veterinary Medicine in France!
Check out our NEW video, demonstrating some of the features of our Canine Dental Simulator. This life-like simulator comes with removable jaw sets for extractions, a jaw set suitable for performing x-rays, and a removable tongue and epiglottis, perfect for practicing intubation techniques. Email us for more information!
Veterinary Simulator Industries took part in the University of Calgary’s Giving Day! We have extended our Large Animal Production Health Scholarship to 2022. Thanks to all the other donors who are supporting students here at the U of C!
We had a productive day of simulated surgery yesterday as Dr. Beth Barrett from Barrett Veterinary Practice in Dalemead, Alberta was kind enough to open her clinic to us. Roxane Wenstrom (AHT) provided us with some valuable insight into the functionality of our upcoming Canine Dental Simulator. Our prototype looks promising thus far, as we continue to undergo testing to fine tune the models and make them as realistic as possible.