Continued Need for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) Testing

Continued Need for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) Testing

Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), also known as swamp fever, is still present and affecting horses across the U.S. and Canada with several EIA outbreaks already detected in 2019. EIA Cases in the US The Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) reported 37 cases of EIA...
Expanded Customer Support

Expanded Customer Support

We’ve announced some big news this week, and today we want to tell you all about GVL’s expanded customer success team! At GVL, we know how valuable our customer support is to users, and we often hear how having easy access to help makes a big difference in using the...
Take a Tour of the GVL Website

Take a Tour of the GVL Website

We covered the new GVL logo and branding elements in a previous post, so today we’re talking all about the new GVL public website design and interface. Our redesigned website features a streamlined and simplified design with enriched content areas to help animal...
Welcome to The New GVL

Welcome to The New GVL

We’ve been hinting at our big news for a few months, and we’re thrilled to finally share what’s new from GVL in 2019. As you’ve probably noticed, we have a new logo, website and brand identity (but there’s much more to come). This week we’ll be discussing at length...
Changes in Small Animal Movement Documents

Changes in Small Animal Movement Documents

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