On-site access is welcomed during open hours. Borrowing privileges are available for Cornell contract college libraries.
A veterinary reference Librarian can quickly guide you in the direction of veterinary information sources or provide help in utilizing the Cornell University Library.
This guide is intended to help alumni and other practicing veterinarians find and obtain journal articles, books, and conference proceedings in veterinary medicine as well as keep up-to-date with the published literature.
The Veterinary Library offers a selected list of free Internet resources providing quality-animal-health-related information.
VetAccess is a fee-based customized research and document delivery service that provides rapid and easy access to information contained in the Flower-Sprecher Veterinary Library.
RefWorks offers Cornell alumni an Internet-based means of managing bibliographic citations.
This is an easy way to find out what new books and other materials have been added to the Cornell Veterinary Library’s collection.
Consider honoring a favorite pet, client, or other person with a specially plated book added to the Veterinary Library’s collection.
Friends and supporters are cordially invited to join the Flower-Sprecher Veterinary Library Society.
Whether you’re an alumnus, faculty member or an individual or organization with records related to New York State veterinary history, consider contributing your records to ensure access to the rich history of Cornell’s contributions to veterinary medicine.