Material published in the print and online versions of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Journal of Veterinary Research is covered by copyright, in accordance with the Copyright Law of the United States and the copyright conventions incorporated in various international treaties, including the Berne Convention. Material from the print and online versions of the JAVMA and AJVR may not be reproduced, distributed, displayed, republished, or transmitted in any form or by any means (including photocopying, hosting on a website, and posting to an intranet site) without the prior written permission of the American Veterinary Medical Association or its authorized agent.
Please note that the AVMA does not grant permission for use of any content in advertisements or advertising supplements or in any manner that would imply an endorsement of any product or service. In addition, permission is never granted to republish the full text of any article in another journal.
Reproductions of articles published in the JAVMA and AJVR are available in paper and electronic formats. Individuals who obtain reprints of articles published in the JAVMA and AJVR must agree to distribute such reprints without any alterations, additions, deletions, overprinting, highlighting, company identification, promotional messages, or promotional attachments. Reprints of articles published in the JAVMA and AJVR cannot be resold.
Authors—Authors of articles published in the JAVMA and AJVR can order reprints of those articles for their personal, non-commercial use. Corresponding authors are sent a reprint order form at the time they receive the galley proofs for their articles. If you did not receive this form or no longer have it available, please contact Cindy Eyler to order author reprints:
Cindy EylerReprints Account ManagerThe Sheridan Press450 Fame AvenueHanover, PA 17331Phone: 800-352-2210, ext 8008Fax: 717-633-8929E-mail: Cindy.email@example.com
For authors employed by a business, corporation, or other commercial entity, please note that any use of reprints by or on behalf of the author's employer is considered commercial use. For these uses, commercial reprints must be purchased (see below), not author reprints.
Commercial organizations—Businesses, corporations, and other commercial organizations, including not-for-profit organizations, that wish to obtain multiple copies of any article or that wish to share, offer, or distribute any article in print or electronically must order reprints through our designated subcontractor, Rockwater Inc, and must agree to distribute such reprints without any alterations, additions, deletions, overprinting, highlighting, company identification, promotional messages, or promotional attachments. In general, it takes 4 to 6 weeks to fulfill requests for paper reprints and 2 weeks to fulfill requests for electronic reprints; however, rush service may be available. Please contact Beth Ann Rocheleau to order commercial reprints:
Beth Ann RocheleauRockwater IncPhone: 803-359-4578Fax: 803-753-9430E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Requests for commercial reprints can also be submitted electronically here.
Requests for a single copy of an article—Individuals who wish to obtain a single copy of any article published in the JAVMA or AJVR should contact the AVMA librarian:
Diane Fagen, Permissions CoordinatorAmerican Veterinary Medical Association1931 N Meacham Rd, Ste 100Schaumburg, IL 60173-4360Phone: 847-925-8070, ext 6770Fax: 847-925-9329E-mail: email@example.com
Single copies of articles are supplied with the understanding that they may not be further reproduced in any manner, including (but not limited to) reprinting, photocopying, electronic storage or transmission, or uploading onto any website, intranet site, or extranet site.
Permission is required before any content (eg, figures, tables, charts, graphs, illustrations, abstracts, and quotes) can be shared, distributed, or reproduced (including reproduction in a new work such as a textbook, journal article, monograph, presentation, or product manual), in print or online.
Commercial use—Examples of commercial use of material published in the JAVMA and AJVR include the following:
To obtain permission for commercial use of any material published in the JAVMA or AJVR, please contact Beth Ann Rocheleau:
Requests for commercial reprints can also be submitted electronically here. Note that if you wish to modify or change any material, you must include a copy of your proposed changes before we can process your request.
Noncommercial use—To obtain permission for noncommercial use of any material published in the JAVMA or AJVR, please contact the AVMA librarian:
Most requests will be handled within 5 to 7 working days once we have all needed information; if you are working with a specific deadline, please so indicate in your request and we will attempt to meet your needs. It is not necessary to contact the authors directly, as copyright is held by the AVMA. If you wish to modify or change any material, you must include a copy of your proposed changes before we can process your request.
The AVMA does not allow republication of entire articles in print or posting of entire articles to a website. To request permission to republish an entire article in a thesis or dissertation, please contact Diane Fagen.
Permission to create photocopies or upload material to a password-protected Web-based program for noncommercial educational purposes—Schools and universities will typically be granted permission to make photocopies or upload electronic files of articles published in the JAVMA or AJVR for scholarly or educational purposes at no cost, provided that such use is not for profit. Permission for other non-commercial organizations to make photocopies or upload electronic files of articles for educational use will be granted on a case-by-case basis. Please note that educating potential investors, customers, employees, and sales agents is considered commercial use. To request permission to make photocopies for noncommercial educational purposes, please contact the AVMA librarian:
We will typically supply you with a clean copy of the article from which photocopies must be made.