Since their creation in 1961, the prestigious BSAVA Awards have recognised outstanding contributions and achievements in small animal veterinary medicine. 

The awards aim to acknowledge unsung heroes within the veterinary profession who have made significant contributions to veterinary science, research, clinical practice, education, and the welfare of small animals.

The awards are celebrated annually at an awards ceremony held at BSAVA Congress.

Unsure which is right for your nomination?

  • If you want to nominate someone for their significant contributions to the advancement of small animal practice or the veterinary profession as a whole. Why not nominate them for the The Bourgelat Award, the highest honour bestowed by the BSAVA.
  • For outstanding contributions in research and clinical practice to small animal veterinary medicine, then recognise these contributions with a nomination for The Blaine Award. 
  • The Woodrow Award recognises contributions to the advancement of small animal medicine.
  • For those wanting to recognise contributions in undergraduate teaching of small animal studies, then The Amoroso Award is for you!
  • To recognise those who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of small animal veterinary nursing, Then celebrate them by nominating them for the Bruce Vivash Jones Veterinary Nurse Award