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Simplify Compliance with State Movement Rules

State animal health departments have their own rules and requirements for traveling with or transporting animals to and from their state. The search site, built by GVL®, provides the current regulations and requirements for moving any animal species within, to or from a state. GVL works closely with state animal health officials to ensure this information is accurate. GVL’s software platform for veterinarians also incorporates these movement requirements into the creation process of CVIs and auto-checks for errors.

MyVetLink Animal Owner Account

Never lose your animal health records again with the GVL MyVetLink app, where you have 24/7 access to your health certificates and other documents. To join MyVetLink as an animal owner or agent (trainer, stable owner, transporter, etc.), ask your GVL veterinarian to grant you access. Learn more at

Find-A-Vet Search Site

The GVL® Find-A-Vet site allows users to quickly locate a veterinarian in their area who offers the services they need. Enter your zip code or city, state and click search. Filter the results by distance, species, services and membership groups. Don’t see a veterinarian listed? Email to let us know.

About GVL

GVL provides animal health practitioners with unique, web-based software solutions that simplify processes, compliance and communication. The GVL platform enables users to quickly and accurately create digital Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (CVIs) or health certificates, Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) or Coggins tests, veterinary prescriptions, diagnostic results consolidation and analysis, and Veterinary Feed Directives (VFDs). GVL connects veterinarians, producers and animal owners, state animal health officials, feed distributors, veterinary diagnostic laboratories and other animal health industry partners to improve animal wellness and safety. For more information, visit