The Veterinary Board protects the health, safety and welfare of the general public, as well as the welfare of animals, by enforcing the licensing standards prescribed by statute for the licensing and regulation of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary premises and animal crematories.
***THE ONLINE LICENSE RENEWAL SYSTEM IS NOW AVAILABLE BY CLICKING ON THIS LINK.
Online renewal note: if you get an error message telling you that your license is already linked, that means you at some point created more than one online account or someone did it for you. CALL US AT 602-364-1739 and Board staff can tell you which account is linked properly.
After your payment transaction, you MUST click to continue to GO BACK to the renewal application or your information will not be updated in our system! Do not close your browser immediately after your payment goes through! There are prompts that tell you to return to the application after payment.
Renewal note! While licenses have the expiration date of 12/31/18, there is a one-month grace period to submit/pay for your renewal*. If renewing in January online, you must complete your online transaction by 1/31/19 to avoid a penalty fee and your license lapsing. If using the paper renewal process, your complete renewal application and full payment must be RECEIVED at the Board office by 1/31/19 to avoid a penalty fee and your license lapsing. If renewing using the paper application, be sure you have completed ALL the sections and signed and dated the form! *Required CE must be COMPLETED by 12/31/18.
*EFFECTIVE APRIL 26, 2018: NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR PRESCRIBING AND DISPENSING OPIOIDS, REPORTING SUSPECTED ABUSE - PLUS NEW CE REQUIREMENT: SEE "STATUTES & RULES" TAB.*
**PLEASE NOTE: OUR AGENCY OFFICE HAS RELOCATED TO THE CAPITOL MALL AREA AS OF JANUARY 8, 2018.
Our new address is 1740 W. Adams St., Suite 4600, Phoenix, AZ, 85007. When coming to our building, please first stop at "Window 6" in the main lobby for assistance.
“Regulation Rollback” is a strategic step in Governor Ducey’s ongoing work to make Arizona the best state in the nation to open a new business or to expand an existing one. Input on regulations needed! Click HERE for more information. The public is welcome to attend any Board meeting to provide comments related to "Regulation Rollback" as well. See the "Meetings" tab for meeting information.