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Example .VET Domains

Domain Name Majestic TF Majestic CF Moz DA Moz PA Ahrefs DR Ahrefs UR SZ Score Age Google Index
ai-apps.vet 0 0 - - - - - - -
ai-app.vet 0 0 - - - - - - -
onlinelearning.vet 0 0 - - - - - - -
aiapps.vet 0 5 - - - - - - -

.VET Top Registrars

Registrar name Registered domains Share, %
GoDaddy.com, LLC 2,796 22.82%
Google LLC 698 5.70%
NameCheap, Inc. 581 4.74%
Tucows Domains Inc. 468 3.82%
eNom, LLC 350 2.86%
Name.com, Inc. 303 2.47%
Key-Systems, LLC 267 2.18%
Network Solutions, LLC 252 2.06%
OVH sas 245 2.00%
IONOS SE 238 1.94%

What is the .vet domain name?

This is the official second-level domain name of Veterinarians, both veterinary clinics and individual veterinarians.

This TLD will serve as an information portal for all things related to veterinary medicine; continuing education, research, collaboration across disciplines and species, and the promotion and celebration of our work and lives as veterinarians.

It should provide an online hub/meeting place for those involved or interested in veterinary medicine and the veterinary profession, such as students, practitioners, and all members of the animal-owning public.

What is the purpose of this domain name?

To promote high-quality veterinary medicine across all species through the creation of an online community, focused on continuing education to facilitate improved healthcare for animals.

The .vet domain was created to make it easier for animal owners looking for a local veterinarian. It will allow them to quickly find out if there are any veterinary practices in their area.

It also makes it easier for Canadian vets to be found online via search engines like Google or Yahoo. Finally, it provides added security that individuals can use to protect their pets by registering domains with the .vet extension.

This will help prevent people from misusing names by creating fake websites which look very similar to real ones.

It can serve as a resource for veterinarians who want to know more about a colleague's interests or expertise, or how they might be able to collaborate with them on areas of mutual interest.

It can also encourage non-veterinarians interested in pets and animals, to learn more about how we care for their animal companions by providing educational resources such as electronic brochures.

Who can register .vet domain names?

Anyone! This is not an exclusive domain, anyone who fits the profile of an animal owner can register it.

A veterinarian, veterinary nurse, or even someone who loves animals may also want to use this extension if they own a website about their profession or hobby.

Why choose the .vet domain name?

The .vet domain name is the online identity for veterinarians, veterinary practices, and all those with an interest in animal health.

It provides a trusted namespace for our profession to ensure that people can now find information about veterinary medicine more easily on websites with the appropriate extension.

The .vet domain name provides a professional, concise, and easily identifiable web address to describe the veterinary profession.

It will help individuals looking for a veterinary nurse or veterinarian quickly identify health care providers in their area.

The .vet domain is also an excellent choice for veterinarians who are interested in creating websites about their practice, research work, or other areas of interest connected with veterinary medicine.

The .vet domain is a great way to show the public and clients that you are committed to your profession and to the animals you treat. It allows people looking for a veterinarian or veterinary clinic to easily find you.

Who can apply to register a .vet domain name?

Anyone who meets the requirements of the registry may apply for this TLD. For individual veterinarians, we will need documentation that supports that you work as a veterinarian in Canada.