All licenses and certificates had an expiration date December 31, 2022. However, there was a 1-month grace period to 1/31/23 to complete the online process. If you missed that deadline, your license/certificate LAPSED on February 1, 2023!
If you are a veterinarian, you should not be providing veterinary medical services until you complete a "reinstatement" application and the process is completed. Note: this is not an immediate process; please allow 5-10 business days for your license to be reinstated*. Contact: [email protected] to request a reinstatement application.
If you are a CVT whose certificate lapsed February 1, 2023, and you wish to "reinstate" your certificate, you should not be referring to yourself as a "CVT" or performing duties that your employer requires of a CVT until your reinstatement is complete. Note: this is not an immediate process; please allow 10-15 business days for your certificate to be reinstated*. Contact [email protected] to request a reinstatement application.
*If you reinstatement application contains information that must be reviewed by the Board, the reinstatement cannot occur until the Board approves the reinstatement. The Board meets once per month; therefore the reinstatement process may take several weeks. Please plan accordingly.
If you are a premises license holder whose premises license lapsed February 1, 2023, you should not be providing veterinary medical services via that license until you properly renew the license! The Board may take action if it is determined that you operated without a valid license in place. Please contact [email protected] to request a renewal form.
If you are an animal crematory license holder whose license lapsed February 1, 2023, you should not be providing animal cremation services via that license until you properly renew the license! The Board may take action if it is determined that you opera
(NOTE! A law which became effective 4/26/18 requires a veterinarian who is authorized to dispense controlled substances AND who has a valid U.S. DEA registration number to complete a minimum of 3 hours of opioid-related, substance use disorder-related or addiction-related CE for each license renewal cycle.