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The Board's mission is to promote the public health, safety, and welfare by safeguarding the people and animals of Idaho by establishing and enforcing professional standards in the licensure and regulation of veterinary health professionals.


Welcome to the State Board of Veterinary Medicine website. General information about the Board and specific information about the professions regulated by the Board may be accessed through the links of this page.

The links in the column to the left allow immediate access to the License Search, Renewal, Contact Information, and other Board services.

The "Quick Links" in the column to the right allow immediate access to Veterinarian Medicine resources both Local and National.

Please e-mail any questions regarding the website and its performance to bovminfo@agri.idaho.gov.


HAZARDOUS WASTE PHARMACEUTICAL SEWER BAN

EFFECTIVE AUGUST 21,2019


The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently finalized a new set of rules for the management of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals.  For details please click here.



HOW TO APPLY FOR A LICENSE


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pplications and associated fees for Veterinarians and Technicians must arrive at the Board Office by January 1st or June 1st of each year. The Board will meet in January and June each year to review the completed applications.

NOTE:  THE JANUARY 2020 BOARD MEETING HAS BEEN PUSHED TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2020

Temporary Permits are available for an additional fee. A temporary permit allows an applicant to legally practice during the interim periods between meetings of the board to review and approve applications. A completed application, fees and all required documents must be received and accepted before a temporary permit can be issued. Please contact the Board Office with questions and for details.

Applications for new Certified Euthanasia Agencies and Certified Euthanasia Technicians will be accepted and processed as needed.

This article was published by the FDA U.S. Food and Drug Administration and has some great information regarding the current opiod epidemic.

The Opiod Epidemic: What Veterinarians Need to Know



NOTE:  THE JANUARY 2020 BOARD MEETING HAS BEEN DELAYED UNTIL FEBRUARY 7, 2020