Individual Subscriptions

Subscribe now! It costs only £9.95 per month (including VAT) and you can cancel at any time. You get access to:

  • the existing library of e-learning modules

  • a new module every month

  • a test-your-knowledge quiz

  • a certificate for your CPD records

  • our unique searchable product guides: on companion animal parasiticides and special formulations

  • a monthly subscribers' newsletter to keep you up-to-date with developments in veterinary medicines

  • a drug information service for help with your prescribing queries, including access to our leading veterinary medicines information specialist.

With Veterinary Prescriber you can stay up to date, make rational choices and save time.

Practice subscriptions


If you want to connect your entire practice to Veterinary Prescriber or want more than one subscription for your team we offer practice subscriptions. Practice subscriptions cost £25.00 per month (including VAT) for a 12-month contract. This will give all your vets access to

In addition if you take up a practice subscription with us we will also give you 12 months’ free access to our sister site which caters specifically for vet nurses, vet receptionists, SQPs and pharmacists.

Just imagine your whole team from surgery to reception all having access to the same veterinary medicines information from a world leading provider as well as certificated CPD (AMTRA and Vetskill accredited).

For more information and to sign up contact Carl Russell or call him on +441962 880115

Our purpose... to provide busy veterinary professionals with the critical information they need to make treatment decisions. Our evidence-based peer-reviewed appraisals are the result of a rigorous research and editorial process  We’re independent: we don’t sell ads, or receive commercial support. We’re funded by subscribers so you can be sure the information we provide is completely objective. So subscribe to Veterinary Prescriber today. Buying a subscription supports independent information you can trust. If you are getting free information ask yourself who is paying for it and why!