Texas State Board of
Veterinary Medical Examiners


April, 2015 Exam Results

Online SBE Registration


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Current licensees must renew a regular veterinary license online. You will also be able to change your address if needed. Online address changes can only be performed during the renewal process.  All other address changes need to be submitted in writing to the board office. You may fax or e-mail the address change or utilize the address change form.

NOTE: The online renewal system will be available on January 1, 2015. All licensees will be able to use the online renewal system once it is available.

You cannot utilize this online renewal option if:

  • You owe for more than the current year
  • 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 inactive license may renew on-line if:
    • you are renewing as inactive
  • You may not renew as inactive on-line if you have been in inactive status for more than 9 consecutive years.



Texas State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
333 Guadalupe Street Tower III Suite 810
Austin, Texas 78701
Phone: 512.305.7555
Complaints only: 1.800.821.3205
Fax: 512.305.7556
Legal/Human Resources Fax: 512.305.7574
Enforcement Fax: 512.936.0837
email: vet.board@veterinary.texas.gov

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