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Wound management education, resources and expertise that is dedicated to helping you heal.

Membership open to Vets, Techs and Veterinary Nurses

Master the art of wound mangagment with membership of the Vet Wound Library from as little as £9.00 per month


The Vet Wound Library is a dedicated resource informed by the world’s leading surgeons and specialists across small, equine and exotic disciplines. Membership is open to Vets, Techs and Nurses to access education and resources that inform, inspire and improve standards for better wound management.


Membership includes access to our VWL interactive product guide that is designed to help with dressing selection, research and sourcing of products. Search by wound type, product type or brand name to find product information, case studies and evidence for help with selection. Request samples and further information direct from your local distributor.


Brush up on your knowledge or get fully immersed with specialist discussion with over 50 hours of exclusive VWL webinars. From dressing selection, surgical techniques and new technology across the range of species you won’t be lost for inspiration for your next wound challenge.

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recent & upcoming content

July 2022 - Physiology of wound healing

Catch up on the fundamentals of wound healing. The physiology of wound healing should underpin every decision you make in terms of surgical closure, dressing selection and antimicrobial need. You can choose just one webinar covering physiology for a useful revision, or choose further linked webinars in our 'fundamentals' category for greater depth of understanding....

August 2022 - Wednesday Wound Club - Episode 1 - Dave the Pug

Episode 1 of our Wednesday Wound Club! Run live on the 1st wednesday of the month at 1pm. Join us to learn from a great case and some inspiring people. In each session we will cover: A challenging case - A real case from the Vet Wound Library featuring: Presentation, the clinical challenge, progress and...

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