ONE HEALTH COMMITTEE

IVMA Reporting System

Want to report an incidence of infectious disease, antimicrobial resistance, or environmental toxicity affecting animal health?

The IVMA Reporting System collects voluntary reports for these conditions in non-human animals that are not mandatory reportable or notifiable diseases.

IVMA Reporting System submission form

Data collected here will be published on IVMA’s website and in the IVMA newsletter, and may be included in IVMA’s e-mail alerts.  IVMA may also pass along data to Idaho Public Health or Idaho State Department of Agriculture, if deemed relevant.


The IVMA Reporting System collects voluntary reports for infectious diseases in non-human animals that are not mandatory reportable or notifiable diseases, as well as cases of antimicrobial resistance and environmental toxicities. You must be a veterinarian, or veterinary employee acting on direction of a veterinarian, to submit a report.

You are not required to submit any information that would personally identify the animal or owner of animal reported. The IVMA will not contact any animal owner regarding reports submitted.

Data collected via the IVMA Reporting System may be included on the IVMA website, in the IVMA newsletters, and in IVMA Alerts. Data may also be posted or stated during the IVMA Conference, or submitted to outside agencies as deemed relevant. Any data published, posted, stated, or shared will not include any information that would personally identify the animal, animal’s owner, or reporting veterinarian.

Before you submit this report for infectious disease, please check to see if the disease is a reportable or notifiable disease in the state of Idaho. You must submit a report for a legally reportable or notifiable disease to the proper agency. If deemed relevant, the IVMA may pass along information reported here to Idaho Department of Agriculture, Idaho Public Health, or Idaho Department of Environmental Quality.

Check the Idaho reportable or notifiable disease lists here:

Idaho Department of Agriculture

Idaho Public Health


Submission Form

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