Our veterinary resources online assist you in finding specific information. We've organized our learning database into categories based on your particular requirements. You can easily find data on a specific topic in these veterinary study guides.
Use our simple vet tech study guide to learn about the most recent information. Click on any link among a diverse range of veterinary resources online to navigate to the source directly. In addition, the categories aid in narrowing the results, allowing you to find the precise details quickly.
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A resource from AVMA that allows you to search for externsion.
The ICVA develops veterinary licensing exams including the NAVLE and species-specific exams.
From the American Association of Veterinary Clinicians.
Includes job postings, resume postings, and other career resources.
Includes career tips, career coaching, resume writing, and a career store.
Jobs available from the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).
Online Resources - Large Animals
Breeds of Livestock - from Oklahoma State University.
Beef Cattle - from the American College of Veterinary Surgeons Kansas State University Libraries, part of the Agricultural Network Information Center (AgNIC).
Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory - includes genome mapping results in cattle, swine, and sheep; from the USDA.
Horse Genome Project - from the University of Kentucky.
Featured Online Resources
Search for veterinary clinical studies using this resource, launched by the AVMA in June 2016.
A foundational resource in veterinary reference.
A diagnostic tool from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Allows searching by diagnosis or signs and contains a list of 'new and noteworthy' articles.
A reference work containing information about drugs used in veterinary medicine. Includes trade names, active ingredients, and patent information.
Includes information for both consumers and veterinarians focusing on safety, health, science, and research.
A frequently-used portal to veterinary information and research online. Free registration available to veterinary medical students.
An online publisher of veterinary books and proceedings. Free to veterinarians, veterinary students, and animal health professionals.
Online Resources - One Health
One Health - It's All Connected - the AVMA's One Health Page.
One Health Commission - a non-profit working on One Health communication and research; includes links to books, white papers, presentations, videos.
CDC One Health -includes information on zoonotic diseases, history of One Health, case studies, domestic and foreign One Health activities, bibliography of recent articles and government publications.
From AAVMC and APTR, these case studies cover microbial influences on health and disease; environmental health; and human-animal interaction and comparative medicine.
Online Resources - General Reference
Veterinary Abbreviations and Acronyms Guide - from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Reference Values for Laboratory Animals - includes hematology and clinical values, from the University of Minnesota.
Online Resources - Anatomy
Veterinary Anatomy - from the University of Minnesota.
Veterinary Educational Tools - from Colorado State University.
Veterinary Dissection Images - illustrations from University College Dublin.
Gross Anatomy of a Dog - from Washington State University.
Imaging Anatomy - from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Radiographic Anatomy - from the UF Small Animal Hospital.
Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction (VisGAR) - originally known as the DROST project, hosted by UF.