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Cookies policy

VETERSALUD, SL (“VETERSALUD”), with address at C / Castelló 115, planta 7, office 704, 28006, Madrid (Spain), responsible for the treatment, uses cookies in order to monitor the browsing habits of users in this website, as indicated in this policy.


1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the user's computer / smartphone / tablet when accessing certain web pages to store and retrieve information about the navigation that is carried out from said equipment. To learn more about cookies, VETERSALUD invites you to access the following link:

2. Types of cookies used on this website and data processing by cookies


This website only allows the use of cookies from the “Google Analytics” tool that are detailed below:


Responsible third party

Google, Inc. (“Google”), a Delaware company whose main office is at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, USA.


Information captured by Google and information provided to UM

Google Analytics captures user interactions on the website (time of visit, whether the user has been to the site before, which site has recommended the user to visit the website in question, IP address, etc.).


Google Analytics does not provide VETERSALUD with information about the user's real IP address: it only provides statistical information consisting of visits (unique visitors, number of page views, page / view, average visit duration,% bounce,% new visits , new and returning visitors, frequency and recent visits, interactions, pages visited), demographic data (language, country / territory, city), system (browser, operating system, Internet access provider, device category), source / medium .


Google Analytics is a web analytics tool that allows site owners to know the browsing habits of users on their website. Google Analytics customers can view various reports that describe how users who visit their websites interact with the purpose of improving them. Through this information, VETERSALUD can analyze the navigation of users visiting the website. Google Analytics reports site trends without identifying its users.

Google Analytics is governed by the general conditions of Google accessible at: and Google's privacy policies accessible at .

The purpose of the treatment carried out by Google is the analysis and measurement of data to provide services to customers (eg, analysis of data from visits to a web page).

You can get more information at the following link:



The user may - at any time - revoke the consent given.

Alternatively, you can also disable Google Analytics cookies, using the following systems:

- The Google Analytics opt-out system accessible at

- The browser settings; for example:

- Chrome, from

- Explorer, from

- Firefox, from

- Safari, from

Disabling Google Analytics cookies will not prevent the use of this website.


VETERSALUD cannot control nor is it responsible for the content and veracity of the terms and conditions and the privacy policies of Google referenced in this cookie policy.


3. Legal basis and retention period

The processing of your personal data is necessary for the purpose indicated above and its legal basis is the user's consent, which he grants when he clicks on the "Accept" button found on the information banner.

The retention period for your personal data is that established by Google in its policy (

4. Communications and international data transfers

The third-party cookies used on this website belong to Google, located in the United States, outside the European Economic Area. Google adheres to the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework.

The data will not be communicated to third parties, except as provided in the Google privacy policy indicated above.

5. User rights

The user can exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion, opposition, limitation of treatment and portability, when applicable, as well as revoke their consent, regarding the treatment for which UM is responsible, by writing to the Data Protection Delegate at the email address, proving your identity. To exercise your rights against Google, you must refer to the provisions of its privacy policy (


Likewise, the user has the right to file a claim with a competent control authority. In Spain, the authority is the Spanish Data Protection Agency.

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