COMING 2019

New 6-Month Equine CVIs – Health Certificates

Beginning in 2019, GlobalVetLINK (GVL®) will offer a new Extended Equine Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (EECVI) digital solution.

The new EECVI program will replace the current GoPass® six-month equine passport. GVL GoPass certificates may be written until December 31, 2018, and will be valid six months after creation where applicable (participation varies by state).

 

New EECVI Program

  • CVI lasts up to six months
  • Paperless process
  • 24/7 owner portal access
  • Greater participation nationally

 

EECVI offers a better solution for frequent horse travelers to keep moving and stay compliant.


EECVI Handout

Download a pdf informational sheet about EECVI to print and share.

Extended Equine CVI Handout Download Image


Free EECVI Webinar – Earn One Hour CE

Animal Health Officials Introduce New Extended Equine Health Certificate Program

Presented by Montana State Veterinarian Dr. Martin Zaluski and Wyoming Assistant State Veterinarian Dr. Thach Winslow.

Horse and Trailer

View Recorded EECVI Webinar

 

 

To earn Continuing Education (CE) credit for this webinar recording, you must complete a post-course test.


About EECVI

While rules vary by state, traveling with horses often requires up-to-date Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (CVI / health certificates), sometimes current within the last month. Some state animal health departments allow veterinarians and horse owners the option of a six-month health certificate, as long as a current Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) / Coggins test has been provided.

GVL developed EECVIs to support the states that offer six-month health certificates with a digital solution. Through the GVL software system, veterinarians can create an EECVI online, submit it to their state animal health official electronically and provide owners with online access to retrieve their travel permits 24/7.

 

State Participation

Some states currently have legislation in place that prevents the use of extended health certificates, and therefore cannot participate in the EECVI program. At this time, over 20 states have expressed interest in being involved with the EECVI program. We will share those once the entirety of the program is finalized.

If you have questions about your state participating, we encourage you to contact your state animal health official. Contact information for each state may be found here: https://www.globalvetlink.com/resource-center/regulations/.


Find a GVL Veterinarian Near You

Ask your veterinarian if they offer GVL EECVI for the convenience of traveling with horses. To find a veterinarian in your area, use our simple Find-A-Vet search tool. If your animal health practitioner is not listed, ask them to subscribe to GlobalVetLINK, or contact us to let us know the clinic name, contact and location.

Find a Veterinarian Near Me

 

 


RELATED LINKS

© 2018 - GlobalVetLINK, LC. Patents Pending