Below are some carefully selected resources related to the veterinary technology profession as well as links to other helpful online resources.
- American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
- Student Membership in AVMA
- National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA)
- American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) – for VTNE, licensing and state regulatory information
- American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)
- Chicago Veterinary Medical Association
- Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association (ISVMA)
- Indiana Veterinary Medical Association (INVMA)
Other Online Resources
- IDEXX Learning Center – An online learning center offering continuing education and tutorials, webinars and classes in various subjects relating to small animals.
- Veterinary Abbreviations & Acronyms Guide – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library
- Merck Veterinary Manual – for drug information
- VIN News (Veterinary Information Network) – For Veterinarians, by Veterinarians. This is a comprehensive professional news website.
- VSPN (Veterinary Support Personnel Network) – aimed specifically at veterinary technicians and assistants.
- WhereVetTechsConnect – Comprehensive job board and employer connection website.
- VMD Technology – A blog website focusing on technology in veterinary medicine. Also has a list of top vet tech resources.
- Pet Microchip Lookup – provided by the American Animal Hospital Association
- The Center for Food Security and Public Health – Iowa State University – offering information on all kinds of zoonotic and infectious diseases in animals.
- Medline Plus – Pet Health – offering information on the safety and well-being of pets
- Veterinary Medicine Guide – Iowa State University – This library guide from ISU offers a wealth of other helpful online resources related to veterinary medicine.
- TOXNET – A resource provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine offering information on toxins and hazardous chemicals.
- Vet Library Online – An open community for veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Free account required to access resources.
- Consultant – Provided by Cornell University – College of Veterinary Medicine, a diagnostic support system for looking up diseases.
Below is a link to a database of articles from the Digital Commons Network specifically aimed at topics in Veterinary Medicine. If you find that PubMed and Google Scholar are not working for you, try this database of full-text articles for your research.