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WikiVet is one of the largest collections of online veterinary educational resources. Please help us continue to provide free access to this content by making a donation to the WikiVet Educational Foundation.

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Updated Privacy Policy

We have updated WikiVet's Privacy Policy so that you can easily check what data we collect and hold from you, and how and why we use it. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact us at wikimaster@wikivet.net.

New Content

WikiVet now holds lots of fabulous new content: Small Animal Nutrition - Pet Food in partnership with Mars Petcare. If you have any questions regarding what to feed your pet or what advice to provide, this section will help you to understand the terminology, legal requirements and what is involved in pet food manufacture and labelling, as well as take you back in time with a brief snippet of history.

Welcome to all new registered users in 2018 - you are joining a global community of 61,826 veterinary students and practitioners. For more information about how to get the most out of the site, please take a look at this section.

Online bookstore

As part of our ongoing efforts to raise funds to support WikiVet, we have set up a bookstore. A percentage of all sales will go to WikiVet and we have added as many useful veterinary texts as possible for you to choose from. The prices are competitive so if you are looking to buy textbooks why not help WikiVet at the same time?

WikiVet and Mars Petcare have recently launched new veterinary educational materials focused on cat and dog nutrition and its role in health and wellbeing.

Global Survey of Veterinary Students' Online Learning

The results of the Global Survey of Veterinary Students' Online Learning survey have now been compiled and analysed. We had over 1,000 responses and a summary of the findings presented at the AMEE 2015 Conference is available here

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