An International Journal of Clinical and Investigative Ophthalmology

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The VO journal is now accepting online submissions. Review submission guidelines.
Veterinary Ophthalmology is a peer-reviewed, international journal that welcomes submission of manuscripts directed towards academic researchers of veterinary ophthalmology, specialists and general practitioners with a strong ophthalmology interest. Articles include those relating to all aspects of:
  • Clinical and investigational veterinary and comparative ophthalmology
  • Prospective and retrospective studies or reviews of naturally occurring ocular disease in veterinary species
  • Experimental models of both animal and human ocular disease in veterinary species
  • Anatomic studies of the animal eye
  • Physiological studies of the animal eye
  • Pharmalogical studies of the animal eye

Special issues in Equine Ophthalmology and Feline Ophthalmology are also available.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Six Issues Annually - See rates and/or subscribe to the Veterinary Ophthalmology journal through Wiley Publishing.

Non-Members - Anyone can subscribe to the Veterinary Ophthalmology journal. Please select the above link to review fees for your area.

Members - ACVO Members will receive one complimentary online subscription annually with their membership dues, although additional subscriptions may be ordered by your office. Emeritus and Retired Members also receive a complimentary online subscription. Beginning in 2017, the membership dues form will give all members the option to order a printed subscription of the journal for an annual fee of $85, to be paid with their dues. A physical address must also be supplied. Each member who does not elect to receive a printed subscription, will be contacted by Wiley to create an online account.

ACVO Residents
With the move to online-only Veterinary Ophthalmology journal access, we were able to arrange for complimentary online access to the journal for all ABVO residents that have a mentor who is a current ACVO Member. This is a wonderful benefit for ACVO members to be able to provide to their residents annually!
If you are experiencing problems receiving your printed journal, accessing the journal online, submitting an address or email change, please contact the publisher, Wiley, directly though Rhonda Riccardi, or call 781-388-8347
Black/white and color advertisements are available in the journal. Approximate distribution is 800+. If your company is interested in advertising in the Veterinary Ophthalmology please contact the ACVO office and we can provide you with current contact information for the publisher or you may contact the publisher directly.