The Veterinary Examining Board (VEB) defines professional standards and regulatory policies for veterinarians and veterinary technicians. The board determines the education and experience required for obtaining a credential, develops and evaluates credentialing examinations, and establishes and enforces standards of professional conduct.
Members of the VEB are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Legislature to serve four-year terms. The board consists of five licensed veterinarians, one veterinarian technician, and two public members.
2015 Wisconsin Act 55 transferred the administration of the VEB to DATCP.
Announcing the Veterinary Professional Assistance Program
- The VEB is thrilled to announce an exciting new program: Veterinary Professional Assistance Program (VPAP) and Work-Life Services, effective Nov. 9, 2020. For more details and scope of services available, visit the VPAP webpage.
Guidance During COVID-19 Pandemic
- Temporary waiver for veterinary school graduates in providing proof of degree when applying for a Wisconsin veterinary license. Read the waiver, which remains in effect until December 31, 2020.
- For FAQs and updates, see the Animal Health tab on DATCP's COVID-19 page.
Current and Previous License Holders
The following lists allow you to find credentials for current and previous license holders: