At its October 2015 meeting, the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners adopted a rule that converts renewal dates from the current March 1st expiration date to a birth-month system. Previously all licenses expired on March 1st each year. In the new birth-month system, all licenses will expire at the end of the birth-month of the licensee. Please disregard your 2015 renewal certificate - you are no longer required to post a renewal certificate and one will not be mailed to you in 2016.
Your license no longer expires on March 1st - your license is valid until the last day of your birth-month in 2016.
See the links below for the renewal chart that outlines the pro-rated renewal fees.DVM 2016 Renewal Fees
LVT 2016 Renewal Fees
EDP 2016 Renewal Fees
Frequently Asked Questions
This online renewal system is available beginning January 1, 2016. You will not be able to change your address using the online renewal system. All address changes need to be submitted in writing to the board office. You may fax the change to 512-305-7556, e-mail the address change to email@example.com or utilize the address change form.
You cannot utilize this online renewal option if:
- You do not pay a fee, i.e. retired or military
- You wish to change your license status, i.e. from inactive to active; military to regular, etc.
- You may renew on-line if you change from active to inactive but not from inactive to active
- You hold a Special License
- You are working for a state agency that is paying the fee via inter-agency transaction voucher.
- Veterinarians with an
may renew on-line if:
- you are renewing as inactive
may not renew as inactive on-line if you have been in inactive status for more than 9 consecutive years.