License Registration Renewal

FY 2024 runs from July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024. ​
FY 2025 will run from July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025.
Please READ the following information before attempting to renew!

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To renew your license, we strongly recommend you use a Chrome Browser.

If you have lost your login credentials: 
  • Go to the OneStop.MD.Gov​
  • Click on the “log in” button
  • Click on “forgot password.”
  • Instructions will be emailed to you. 
If you get a message that states:  “Email is not found” or if you don’t receive the instructions, contact the office so we can confirm or update your email.

Upload CEs: 
Veterinarians must upload proof of 18 CEs in order to renew for FY 2025. RVTs whose license expires this year must upload 24 total CEs in the years 2023, 2024, and 2025​ to renew for FY 2025.  All required CEs may be done online. CE's must be uploaded for FY2025!

You will be able to see what you uploaded in the past but you cannot alter what you have already submitted. You may upload more CEs than you need if you have excess CEs but you must designate what year you are using them for by selecting the “Fiscal Year Where Credit Applies.”  

If you have been licensed in Maryland for fewer than 12 months, you will not have to upload CEs. The system should allow you to bypass this step. If it doesn’t, contact the office so we can verify your original licensing date.

If you notice that you have made an error with your CEs after submitting your renewal application, don't panic. Contact the office so we can correct the error.

Personal Info. When you log in, you will be able to update your personal contact information at top right where it says “profile.” 

Employment info. You will not be able to update your employment information on the portal. If you see it is incorrect, renew your registration and then inform us of the change by clicking here​

State regulations require you to keep your home and employment information up-to-date, so please make sure the information we have is correct.

Hospital Licenses. Hospital Licenses are now renewed through an entity account. Entities are created by logging into your personal account. If a hospital has been assigned to you you should click the drop down by your name and use "Claim Records" feature. This will prompt you to create an entity. You will manage the entity by useing the "Switch User" button in the drop down under your username in the top right corner. The dashboard should change to "Entity Dashboard" and your hospital license will be available to manage. 

Contact us:
Phone: 410-841-5862 
Twitter:​ @MdVetBoard.

Tonya Kendrick-Green
Licensing Administrator


The fastest way to contact us during renewal time is by email at: Please explain the problem you're having and provide a phone number where we can reach you. If possible, include a screenshot and any error message you're getting. Please also include your license number so that we may easily verify your identity and locate your information. ​

Keep your information current! 
If your home or practice address has changed or if you have changed your name, update your information below: 



If you are selling all or part of your hospital, opening a new veterinary hospital, changing the name of an exisit hospital, or changing locations for a hospital, you have to let us know. See more info.​

Veterinary Practice Act. If you haven't reviewed the Veterinary Practice Act​ or the regulations of the Act in awhile, now is a good time to review them. When you renew your license registration, you are required to affirm that you know and understand them.  

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