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Students can request their account by selecting their associated college.

Pricing & Order is an independent, fee-based Knowledge Base that provides rapid and easy access to veterinary medical information. The data base contains over 100,000 articles, dealing with animal’s clinical signs, diseases, treatment, prescription, nutrition, behaviour and organ systems.

As a subscriber you will have access to a wealth of veterinary information from the Knowledge Base.

Order your personal account

To successfully sign up for your personal account please click one of the buttons on the left side of this page to fill in the subscription form in order to finish your subscription. Once the subscription process and payment is completed you will have instant access to


The subscription price per user is US$ 99,- or EURO 75,- for a twelve months period.

Payment method

Payment can only be done by credit card. We accept Visa, American Express and Mastercard. makes use of Ogone, a payment provider. Ogone is a third party financial company which charges your credit card account for the amount as stated. This method of paying is based on secure internet protocol (s-http). All credit card numbers are encrypted in the software when the order is placed. After reaching our computer they are decrypted for payment only. They are not held in clear text on any internet site.

Instant access

Once you have completed the subscription process and your card has been authorised for payment, you will receive a notification by email. You will have instant access to the Knowledge Base by using your email address and password.

Terms & Conditions

On the use of the Terms & Conditions of Vets-net Beheer b.v. are applicable.

Regularly updated

The information provided by is reliable, recent, science-based. All information is being reviewed, edited and monitored on an ongoing basis. New scientific information is added to the Knowledge Base only after these findings are published in scientific journals. The Board of Veterinary Advice ensures the reliability and validity of the data presented.