This page is under development and currently only lists some of the resources which MSD Animal Health Ireland provide to veterinary practices. Please keep this page under review as more items will be added over time such as information on VetPerform, VetConsult and other useful tools for veterinary practices to engage with their customers. In the meantime, some resource links are given below

Reminder system for your practice

This picture will go to the The Healthier Pets Reminder service website for veterinary practices

The Healthier Pets Reminder service is a web-based system which allows eligible veterinary practices to quickly and easily set up text and email parasite treatment reminders for their clients. To register for the service you must have a registered MSD Animal Health account and be granted access by our team. Please click on the icon above to proceed to use this system.

Personalised branding for your clinic

Chameleon is MSD Animal Health digital design and printing service which provides your practices with personalised communications. With just a few mouse clicks, you can create personalised vaccination reminders (SMS, email or postcard), vaccination certificates and more.

To progress please click on Chameleon logo above.

Chameleon is a registered trademark of MSD Animal Health.

Resources for Veterinary Practices

Explore the digital content available from MSD Animal Health by clicking on the icon above. Materials included here will assist your practice in raising awareness of common companion animal conditions and how to control them.

The VetHub contains a range of disease and product training materials and videos. A mix of short updates and longer in-depth videos, including CVE accredited material. You can access the VetHub by clicking on the logo above. Please note that access is restricted to veterinary practitioners and veterinary nurses only, and a password is required to access the information. Contact your MSD Animal Health Account Manager or email us at vet-support.ie@msd.com to request access