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Veterinary Evidence has been accepted as a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). This achievement signifies that Veterinary Evidence follows the highest standards of publication ethics. COPE took into account the editorial management processes; peer review, editorial and production process; publication ethics and author misconduct policies, as well as a detailed analysis of the journal through more subtle forms of assessment based on COPE’s Membership subcommittee's experience.



Veterinary Evidence has been awarded the DOAJ Seal in recognition of its publishing standards, adherence to best practice and high level of openness. The award of the DOAJ Seal provides external assurance of the high quality standards to which the journal subscribes. Alongside the award of the Seal, Veterinary Evidence has also been accepted into the directory, meaning volumes and articles are fully indexed on the DOAJ website.

CAB Abstracts

Veterinary Evidence is indexed in the bibliographic database CAB Abstracts.

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Veterinary Evidence is indexed in Google Scholar.


Veterinary Evidence archives its content in Portico. Portico ensures the content published in Veterinary Evidence is preserved in perpetuity.  

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Veterinary Evidence is registered with the deposit directory SHERPA/RoMEO. You can see our policy here:

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Authors are free to deposit the published or accepted version to their institution's repositories or personal websites immediately on publication. Please place a link to the URL of the published article on the journal's website – doing so protects the integrity and authenticity of the scientific record.

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