12 Month Subscription to Virtual Animal Anatomy - 5 license bundles

Virtual Animal Anatomy (VAA) includes a complete canine anatomy program, and partial equine, bovine, and feline anatomy programs. VAA is distributed as an external tool for learning management systems (e.g. Canvas, Moodle, Blackboard, D2L, etc.). A learning management system is required to run this version of the program. Google Classroom is not supported at this time.

We will be offering a 50% discount on these subscriptions for version LTI 1.1 through April 1, 2024.

The annual pricing is determined on a per-seat basis (in groups of 5), based on the anticipated total user numbers. When determining your seat number, please calculate the maximum number of users (students, faculty, IT, etc.) you expect at any given time. Users can change throughout the year if you ensure that previous users no longer have access to the program.

Note - Licenses are sold in bundles of 5. For example, if you need 10 licenses, put "2" for the quantity. If you need 400 licenses, then put "80" as the quantity. Please contact us for pricing if you need more than 400 licenses. This version of the program is for institutional use only. Individual student subscriptions are available at this site.


Virtual Canine Anatomy (VCA) is an innovative anatomy program that has received outstanding accolades from members of the American Association of Veterinary Anatomists, students, and instructors both in the United States and internationally. VCA enhances the students’ dissection experience and helps them learn anatomy efficiently (Linton, Schoenfeld-Tacher, Whalen, 2005). In addition, we have begun development of Virtual Equine Anatomy (VEA), Virtual Bovine Anatomy (VBA), and Virtual Feline Anatomy (VFA) programs.

All of our Virtual Animal Anatomy programs allow the luxury of self-paced, individualized learning and provide a focal point around which the instructor and student can exchange ideas and make interpretations of anatomical content. VCA and VEA include images of dogs and horses, respectively, that were donated for use in these educational tools with the goal of reducing unnecessary animal use for anatomy instruction. The strictest humane treatment was used during for all of this work and all animals were humanely euthanized before being dissected for use in the program. All work was pre-approved by the Colorado State University (CSU) Animal Care and Use Committee. 

VET is a not-for profit organization within CSU. This work has been financially supported by the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS), the Alternatives Research and Development Foundation, and the CVBMS College Research Council USDA Experiment Station research grant.

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