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VIN Resources for Pet Owners
November 29, 2023 (published)

  

Is your veterinarian a member of VIN® - the Veterinary Information Network?

If so, they are supported by a global network of more than 100,000 colleagues, including leading experts in every field of veterinary medicine. 

Watch the video to learn about VIN and how VIN Membership helps your veterinarian stay up-to-date on best practices, and provide you and your pet with the highest standard of care.

   

     

Started in 1991, VIN is an online community where veterinarians come together to learn, share, and collaborate. It allows your veterinarian to connect with colleagues around the world, including experts in every field.  Like Veterinary Partner, VIN accepts no advertising or sponsorships.   The information provided is driven by current medical knowledge and what is best for your pet and pocketbook -- and not influenced by industry dollars.

  

How does VIN support your pet’s care?

With VIN, your veterinarian has access to the latest information in veterinary medicine, ranging from drugs and diagnostics to treatments and research. This helps ensure your pet receives the best care possible. As a key partner in your pet’s healthcare, VIN also provides resources to help you better understand your pet’s health.

     

     

FREE VIN Resources for Pet Owners


Veterinary Partner®

Veterinarians trust Veterinary Partner to provide reliable information to help pet owners make informed care decisions. From information on diseases and care to behavior and medications, Veterinary Partner helps you to understand your pet's health.

Email: Feedback@VeterinaryPartner.com

   


VetzInisght

VetzInsight educates pet owners in a lighthearted, sometimes poignant manner by taking a sideways look at companion animal issues. 

   

  


CattleDog Publishing®

Understanding how your pet responds to stress can give you important cues about how they feel and better prepares you for unexpected situations.
CattleDog Publishing is dedicated to helping you better understand pet behaviors so that you can discuss concerns with your veterinarian or behavior professional.

   

   


Drug and Food Recall Center

The VIN Drug and Food Recall Center tracks recalls affecting veterinary practices and pet owners. Visit the recall center to view recent and past recalls and additional resources.

   

   


VIN® News Service

VIN News Service is an independent news service that brings unbiased, accurate, and insightful reports on veterinary issues. With no ads or sponsorships, VIN News Service is funded by VIN, a global online community of over 100,000 veterinary professionals.

    

     

The content of this site is owned by Veterinary Information Network (VIN®), and its reproduction and distribution may only be done with VIN®'s express permission.

The information contained here is for general purposes only and is not a substitute for advice from your veterinarian. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk.

Links to non-VIN websites do not imply a recommendation or endorsement by VIN® of the views or content contained within those sites.

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