The Vet Times website and Vet Times Jobs have today (4 May) launched a single sign-on feature allowing quicker, easier access to both professional resources.

One login, a world of veterinary content.
Now you only need one login to access a whole world of veterinary resources.

The update means veterinary professionals can log in to the Vet Times website and the UK’s largest veterinary job site using the same username and password; previously, the sites needed separate credentials.


Digital marketing manager Hamzah Malik said: “We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to make the Vet Times experience even more convenient and fluid.

“One key piece of feedback we had was having separate login details for and Vet Times Jobs was a little confusing. We took this feedback on board and are proud to introduce our new single sign-on feature.

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“Using the latest technology and best-of-breed security, this will combine your Vet Times and Vet Times Jobs account credentials, meaning you have one set of login details to access both services.”

To set up your new single sign-on, simply log in to either site using your existing credentials.

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