Veterinary drugs are commonly used chemicals to improve the growth and health outcomes of farm animals raised for human consumption. However, improper use of vet-drugs in animal farming can result in accumulation in animal-derived foods, causing adverse effects to its consumers. To combat adverse health effects and protect public health, global regulations define maximum residue limits (MRLs) for vet-drugs in food of animal origin. A major analytical tool for monitoring vet-drug MRLs is the triple quadrupole LC/MS (LC/TQ). However, despite significant advancements in instrumentation, development of a robust and reliable start-to-finish workflow for screening and quantitative analysis is still a challenge due to expertise needed in multiple topics. Generally, a full workflow requires expertise in sample preparation, instrument method development, and knowledge of sample reporting requirements. To address this, a complete and comprehensive LC/TQ analysis workflow solution is debuted. This workflow solution aims to lower the barrier to entry and enhance lab throughput tremendously by providing; pre-defined consumables, sample preparation methods, instrumental analysis methods, and results reporting to produce highly reproducible, robust, and sensitive analysis of 200+ multi-class veterinary drugs in various animal origin food matrices.