Download coronavirus resources

We've produced a range of resources to support veterinary professionals during the Covid-19 lockdown. These resources are free for members to download and use immediately. 

If you have any questions contact us at [email protected]

Write to your MP - help us secure appropriate financial support for vets

We’re working hard to secure appropriate financial support for veterinary businesses, but we need your help to amplify the message.

We urge you to write to your local MP - and MSP, AM or MLA where appropriate - asking for their help in securing access to financial support packages for your business, and flexibility over furloughing, using our template letter.

Download our template letter

Social Media Toolkit

You can download our BVA social media graphics for use on veterinary practice social media accounts. Our social media graphics cover Covid-19 advice for pet owners and veterinary professionals. They include reminders: 

  • To phone your veterinary surgery first;
  • That practices are closed for all but emergency treatment;
  • To practise social distancing and more
Download our social media toolkit

Letter confirming eligibility to travel

Download the BVA letter confirming you are traveling for essential work. You can use this letter to demonstrate that you are traveling for essential veterinary work such as emergency animal care and maintaining the food supply chain. 

The UK Government has listed veterinary practices under the exemptions to the closure of businesses and premises.

Download our eligibility to travel letter

Download a veterinary practice poster and #ComfortInCrisis graphics

The Canine and Feline Sector Group (CSFG) have created a series of graphics to highlight some top tips on how to look after yourself and your pets during the coronavirus outbreak. We encourage you to download and share these graphics within your networks using #ComfortInCrisis. Download the graphics on the CFSG website

We've created a poster for veterinary practices to use on front doors. This poster clearly explains the restrictions in place in veterinary practices amidst the coronavirus outbreak. 

Download the practice poster
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