Recent GVL Blog Posts

How to Use Pet Travel to Drive Clinic Revenue – Free Webinar

Join us to learn how to use pet travel to drive clinic revenue!

Special Feature: Take Your Pet to Work Week® – June 20–24, 2022

The GlobalVetLink team shares pictures of their pets working hard (or hardly working) during office hours on this month’s special feature blog post!

GVL Employee Spotlight: Rachel Millard

As part of the GVL blog, we’re featuring our employees so you can get an inside view into what keeps GVL running. We are very proud of our team and excited to share some of our employee profiles with you!

How to Use Pet Travel to Drive Clinic Revenue Growth – Free Download

Download this free eBook to read about trends in pet travel and discover how to leverage the growing pet travel industry to drive clinic revenue.

More on the GVL Blog

Happy Thanksgiving from GlobalVetLink

Happy Thanksgiving from GlobalVetLink

Happy Thanksgiving from the GlobalVetLink team! We hope you have a wonderful holiday spent with family and friends.The GlobalVetLink office will be closed Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26, 2021. GlobalVetLink Customer Support Standard HoursThe GVL...

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Visit GVL at VMX

Visit GVL at VMX

Connect with the GVL team at booth 1435
We’re excited to hit the road and connect with you at VMX! Visit us at booth 1435 to learn about our international pet movement solution.

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Q&A from Cattle Interstate Travel Compliance Webinar

Q&A from Cattle Interstate Travel Compliance Webinar

In our recent webinar, Interstate Travel and Movement Compliance for Cattle (recorded 3/24/21), Dr. Amanda Price dives deeper into moving cattle throughout the US, including the identification, testing, and documentation requirements.  Here, we’re sharing resources...

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Changes in Small Animal Movement Documents

Changes in Small Animal Movement Documents

What veterinarians and their clients should know about APHIS 7001 forms and health certificates for petsTraveling with or transporting small animal species (cats, dogs, ferrets, rodents, birds, lizards, etc.) may require a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI)...

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