Web policy

Copyright, brands and conditions for use

The content of this website belongs to AniCura and is protected by copyright. AniCura is a registered trademark. It is not permitted to crop, change the colour of, or alter the logo in any way. All brands, logotypes, symbols, images and other distinguishing marks belong to AniCura unless otherwise indicated.

All of the images may be used and published in connection with articles and interviews that involve or mention AniCura on the condition that "Copyright AniCura" is always indicated upon publication.

Except where expressly indicated to the contrary, it is permitted to copy, print out and disseminate documents published on the website on the following conditions:

It is not permitted to modify, use or pass on information from this website for commercial purposes. Unauthorized use or distribution of material from AniCura's website may lead to civil or criminal sanctions in accordance with applicable legislation. AniCura reserves the right to exercise its intellectual property rights to the extent allowed in law.

Information policy

AniCura will not be held responsible under any circumstances for incidental, consequential or other damages arising out of or in any way related to the use of the website or its content.

Other websites

This website may include links to other websites owned by third parties; they are provided as an aid to the visitor. AniCura accepts no responsibility for the content, informational accuracy or privacy procedures of such websites.

Privacy policy

No pictures of patients or pet owners have been published without the pet owner's written permission. AniCura attaches great importance to, and respects, personal integrity and does not collect or process personal details unless the individual concerned has submitted them willingly. AniCura complies with national data protection laws that govern the use and collection of data.

AniCura's use of cookies

This website uses cookies to help us adapt it for use by our visitors. We do not store personal information about our visitors.

According to the Electronic Communications Act and in accordance with similar legislation in other EU member states, everyone who visits a website that uses cookies must be informed that the website contains cookies, what they are used for and how they may be avoided; visitors must be given the opportunity to agree to their use.

Cookies are small text files that are automatically saved in the visitor's computer by the website visited for the purpose of providing the visitor access to various functions.

There are two types of cookies. The first type – the permanent cookie – stores of file for an extended period on your computer. It is used for e.g. functions that provide information about what is new since your last visit to the website concerned. The second type – temporary cookie – is only used while you are using the website. It is removed the moment you close your web browser.

How to avoid cookies

You may choose whether or not to accept cookies on your computer. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can adjust a setting on your computer to make your web browser automatically decline cookies, or alternatively inform you every time a website request permission to store cookies. However, this means we cannot guarantee that all parts of the website will function as intended. You can manually delete cookies from your hard drive at any time.