You deserve only the best

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Using the world's largest online clinical reference source

Treat with Vetlexicon


Online CPD & training from the world's leading providers

Learn with Vetacademy


Via outstanding websites and online marketing services

Communicate with Webpartner

About Vetstream

With over 20 years of experience under our belts, our highly specialised team delivers unique partnership opportunities for both practices and businesses, within the animal health industry.

We understand how challenging it can be to engage your audience, whether they are new clients, existing clients or your own specialist team members.

Vetstream harnesses new technologies to provide a range of services that:

  • Support veterinary staff in their clinical work
  • Enable industry businesses to manage and grow their organisations effectively
  • Help practices market themselves successfully

Vetstream will help you

Keep ahead of the competition

Grow revenue through new clients

Keep your existing clients happy

Boost productivity within your team

Take a peek at Vetlexicon

See how Vetlexicon can help you provide excellent client service and patient care.

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The Information Problem

The veterinary profession needs a solution to the information problem that we face.

Vetlexicon Solution

Vetlexicon Subscription Prices

More information on our trial and subscription offers.

30 day trial

The RVC now has a Vetlexicon IP authenticated licence which allows our clinicians and students to access this invaluable resource anywhere on campus. We have seen real benefit for our students how value the quality of the content and the ease of use of the Vetlexicon site. Students have commented that this has changed their whole approach to studies and some have commented that they see this as an important tool for their future clinical careers. Meanwhile clinical staff can also have free access allowing them to refer students to content on the site during their teaching or clinical consultations.

- Nick Short, UnitedKingdom, canis