19 Oct Colorado will no longer distribute paper booklets for Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (CVI); veterinarians can use FREE electronic CVI platform
As of January 1, 2024, Colorado will no longer be distributing paper CVI booklets (for large or small animals). Veterinarians will be allowed to finish out the paper booklets they currently have. However, all veterinarians are encouraged to switch over to digital applications for creating CVIs. Accepted formats are VET-CVI, Global Vet Link, VSPS, and VetSentry.
Additionally, Adobe is dropping support for the eCVI. An exact date for the change has not been released, but Adobe has indicated it is likely to happen sometime in 2023. Veterinarians who are currently using eCVI can switch to the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s free application, VET-CVI.
Funded, in part, by the CDA Animal Health Division, the VET-CVI is an electronic health certificate program offered in both mobile and desktop applications.
- It is approved for submitting certificates of veterinary inspection (CVIs) to all U.S. states
- Connect an existing email address book for auto-fill options
- There is a clone option for quick submissions
- Once completed, it has immediate submission to state animal health officials
- CVIs may be easily shared with clients.
- Large and small animal movements
- Electronic TB test charts and brucellosis vaccination records
Click here to download the app from the Apple App Store for iOS devices.
Click here to download the app on Google Play for android devices.
Click here to download the app from the Windows Store.
Questions? Call the Colorado Department of Agriculture Animal Health Division at 303-869-9130.