Vetstream Vetlexicon

The world’s largest online clinical reference source

Staying up-to-date with the latest developments in veterinary care in order to make the best clinical judgement for owners' pets is crucial to any veterinarian. Our comprehensive, peer-reviewed digital Vetlexicon provides instant and easily navigable ‘point of care’ information for the veterinary treatment of dogs, cats, rabbits and horses, wherever and whenever you need it. With the widest choice, breadth and evidence-based information currently available, you and your clients can be secure in the knowledge that their pets will receive the fastest and most effective treatment possible.

Key benefits

A unique expert resource at your fingertips, containing content which:

  • Is trusted, updated and reviewed by more than 900 of the world’s leading veterinarians
  • Helps you lead the way in clinical practice and provide a consistently high standard of veterinary care
  • Saves time and money by speeding-up critical decision-making and reducing the need for referrals
  • Improves communication and trust with your clients

The Vetlexicon community comprises veterinarians, clinical and management staff globally. Its content is accessed more than a million times every year and our subscribers tell us that 80% of the practice team regularly uses its content to improve the quality of care offered to their patients.

What our subscribers say....

"I use Canis, Felis and Lapis every day. I find them excellent for quick reference, especially when I'm working alone and don't have other vets to discuss cases with. I like the client information sheets too."
Carolyn Kyte, Veterinary Surgeon, The Torbridge Group, Bideford

"As a nine year-qualified vet, Felis has been available at every practice that I've worked at and I find it difficult to imagine life without it. The great benefit it offers is that we can access a huge range of up to date information instantly – it’s a great practice resource and is in use virtually daily here at Wendy Lane Vets.”
Phil Bareham, Partner, Wendy Lane Vets, Rochdale