Christian Veterinary Mission exists to challenge, empower and facilitate veterinarians to serve others, living out their Christian faith. CVM mobilizes and equips veterinarians to ministry and servant leadership through the following programs:

Remember a Pet

Looking for a way to console your clients when they have lost a beloved pet? Our Remember a Pet program is a great way to acknowledge their loss and make a donation in behalf of their pet.

Post a Job/Externship

CVM offers a job board to help connect Christian clinics with fellow Christian veterinary professionals looking for work. If you are a clinic looking to hire someone of Christian beliefs, this is a great place to list the opening for the CVM community. If you are a veterinary professional looking for a Christian work environment, then check out the listings we have and connect with the employer.

Emotional Support/Intervention

Being a veterinarian can be hard.  Whether for yourself, a collegue, friend or family, here are some resources to help people in crisis.

Become a CVM Ambassador

Share your passion for ministry, mission and your veterinary profession with others. We have put together some options to help spark conversations that result in opportunities to share your faith and involvement with CVM.

Devotionals Just for You

 Grow in your faith and journey with Christ with helpful Bible study tools written by and for veterinary professionals.

CVF Groups Near You

Have you ever felt lost or alone? Ever wondered why God called you to your profession or set of circumstances? Join like-minded veterinary professionals who come together for fellowship, encouragement, and purpose. Join a CVF group near you.

Find Your CVM Regional Representative 

We have an incredible team of individuals who are eager to connect with you and encourage you. Find your local CVM representative and connect today.

Global Short-Term Trips

Serve people of another culture and share Christ’s love for them through short-term trips around the world. Discover how God can use your veterinary skills to help train others so they can better care for the needs of their animals and community.