On May 10, 2017 Jay Hedrick, DVM, the Kansas Board of Veterinary Examiners Executive Director, sent an email to practicing veterinarians in Kansas to announce a new online registration option for license renewal. The online process requires completion of all required fields, but “N/A” can be used so relief and house call practitioners who may not have premise information can still register online. Premise registrations include an inspection fee of $75, which makes the total for a registered premise $125 ($50 registration + $75 inspection). The veterinary license renewal fee remains the same at $95. The email from Hedrick provided notification that the late fee for renewals postmarked after June 30, 2017, will increase this year. The late fee was $50 previously, but will be $100 henceforth. The online process for license renewal https://www.kansas.gov/ssrv-kanpayxpr/welcome/services/KBVE/KFKBVETE19/additionalInformation.html and premise registration renewal https://www.kansas.gov/ssrv-kanpayxpr/welcome/services/KBVE/KFKBVETE13/additionalInformation.html is available now and includes a $4 convenience fee for each financial transaction. Remember, regardless of the option, online or paper via postal service, Kansas veterinarians must complete the process on time or a late fee will be accessed.