Veterinary Program (PKH) is a pioneering faculty of UB 13 to UB stand-by Rector UN No. 260 / SK / 2008, and the organizers of Veterinary Education to 6 after the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FKH), Gadjah Mada University (UGM), Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), University of Airlangga (Airlangga University), Syah Kuala University (Unsyiah) Aceh and Udayana University Bali. The time of establishment, PKH UB has a study program (PS) ie PS Education Veterinarian (PS PDH), the Director General of Higher Education established under Decree No. 2953 / D / T / 2008. Date of issuance of the decree made ​​as Anniversary PKH-UB is dated 4 September 2008. Currently PDH PS PS already has a permit extension by letter No. 2960 / D / T / KN / 2010 which is valid until December 16, 2014. During its development, the PS PDH has a certificate of accreditation from the National Accreditation Board of Higher Education with the predicate B (Good) which is valid until 4 November 2016. Over the past 5 years running, PKH UB has had 650 active students in PS. PDH and Veterinary Profession Education Program (PPDH). As one of the organizers of veterinary education in Indonesia, currently PKH UB also joined in a cooperative forum in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Association of Indonesia (AFKHI) along with 10 FKH / other programs in Indonesia and South East Asia Veterinary School Association (SEAVSA) and the Asian Association of Veterinary School (AAVS). In this association, PKH-UB plays an active role in conducting collaborative exchange of science and technology, exchange of students, researchers and lecturers, as well as the international accreditation of veterinary education.

In Academic Year 2012/2013 PS PDH has graduated Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine 26 (SKH) where all the graduates now carry PPDH at UB in collaboration with the Faculty of Airlangga University and Practice Veterinarian Together (PDHB) 24 hours in Jakarta. With the Asian Free Trade Area (AFTA) in 2015, allowing the entry of graduates from overseas veterinarians, and veterinary students from other countries, thus increasing competition for graduate jobs veterinary medicine in the country. It required graduate competency standardization both Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine, and Veterinarians in Indonesia. In an effort to achieve this goal, this time PKH-UB has also been active in curriculum development were conducted with international standards in AFKHI level, as well as SEAVSA and AAVS to be passed in Congress SEAVSA September 2013. With the Standardization of the curriculum, expected to graduate doctors animals at each university veterinary education providers have minimal competence that can compete.