GVL MyVetLink Owner Account and App

Animal health information is always within reach with MyVetLink

Keeping veterinarians and clients connected

MyVetLink provides 24/7 online access to digital animal health certificates and records, so clients / owners will never lose their documents.

  • Access health certificates, EIA tests and other animal records anytime from anywhere
  • Quickly request service from your veterinarian
  • Easily search interstate movement requirements for compliant travel

To join MyVetLink as an animal owner or agent (trainer, stable owner, transporter, show official, etc.), ask your GVL veterinarian to grant you access using your email address.

Download the MyVetLink App

If you have an active MyVetLink account, download the app and get started today. Or, ask your veterinarian to grant you MyVetLink access (you will need to provide your email address).

Available in the App Store and on Google Play.

MyVetLink provides animal owners with 24/7 access to their records, including health certificatesEIA “Coggins” tests, Extended Equine CVIsveterinary prescriptions and Veterinary Feed Directives (VFDs).

Questions? Visit our Help Center

GVL Help Center

Explore the GVL help center for MyVetLink instructions, training and FAQs.

(Note there is a MyVetLink help section for owners / agents and a section for veterinarians / staff.)

Animal Movement Requirements

State animal health departments have their own rules and requirements for traveling with or transporting animals to and from their state. The AnimalRegs.com search site, built by GVL, provides the current regulations and requirements for moving any animal species within, to or from a state.

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