GVL MyVetLink Owner Account and App

Animal health information is always within reach with MyVetLink

Keeping veterinarians and clients connected

MyVetLink provides animal owners with 24/7 access to their records, including health certificatesEIA “Coggins” tests, rabies vaccination certificates, and Veterinary Feed Directives (VFDs).

  • Access health certificates, EIA tests and other animal records anytime from anywhere
  • Download certificates for offline access
  • Easily search interstate movement requirements for compliant travel

Ask your veterinarian for a MyVetLink account.

How to get started

To join MyVetLink as an animal owner or agent (trainer, stable owner, transporter, show official, etc.), ask your GVL veterinarian to grant you access using your email address.

Once your veterinarian grants you access, you can complete the sign up process. See full instructions in our Help Center, or watch this brief video to see how it works.

Download the MyVetLink App

If you have an active MyVetLink account, download the app and get started today. Or, ask your veterinarian to grant you MyVetLink access (you will need to provide your email address).

Available in the App Store and on Google Play.

We’re here to help

The GVL Customer Success Team is available via chat, email or phone every day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. central time. Call 515-817-5704 or email gvlsupport@globalvetlink.com.

Training Sessions

Join a live training session with the support team, or request a training session for your team.

Help Center

Explore the GVL help center for training materials, frequently asked questions and helpful resources.


View in-depth training sessions or brief demo tutorials on GVL’s YouTube channel.

Animal Movement Requirements

State animal health departments have their own rules and requirements for traveling with or transporting animals to and from their state. The AnimalRegs.com search site, built by GVL, provides the current regulations and requirements for moving any animal species within, to or from a state.

On the GVL Blog

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