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MyVetLINK — Electronic Coggins Testing


With MyVetLINK, your animal health information is always within reach. Never lose your animal health documents with the GVL® MyVetLINK app. Visit www.myvetlink.com to download the app today!


Benefits of a MyVetLINK Animal Owner Account

▪▪ Access health certificates, EIA tests and other animal records anytime from anywhere

▪▪ Quickly request service from your veterinarian

▪▪ Easily search interstate movement requirements for compliant travel


Account Setup

1 — Go to www.myvetlink.com

2 — Click Sign Up and select Animal Owner/Agent as the account type

3 — Enter your email address (Owners must use the same email address you give your veterinarian)

4 — Enter a password of at least 6 characters

5 — Read and agree to the Terms of Service

6 — Click Register

7 — Go to your email account where you will find an email from GVL. Click on the link in the email to verify your account.

8 — Download the MVL app or login via the web to enjoy 24/7 access to your animals' GVL certificates.


In your MyVetLINK account and app you’ll be able to:

▪▪ View your animals’ information

▪▪ Download your animals’ documents

▪▪ Find the requirements for traveling interstate

▪▪ Request documents and service from your vet


Questions on getting started with MyVetLINK? Give the GVL Customer Success Team a call at 515-817-5704.



▪▪ Certificates must be viewed using Adobe Reader. Computers will prompt you to view the certificates via Adobe Reader, but you will need to install Adobe Reader, which is free to download via your app store, on your tablet or mobile device.

▪▪ When accessing MyVetLINK on a computer, use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as those are GVL supported web browsers.


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