Statistics for journalists

The Voice of the Veterinary Profession surveys gather opinions from 1,600 vet students and vets in all areas of the profession on a range of issues relating to animal health and welfare.

We do not currently publish the Voice of the Veterinary Profession survey results but we do have statistics on a wide range of topics which are available to journalists on demand. These include:

  • Attitudes to the veterinary profession
  • Antimicrobial resistance (AMR)
  • Non-stun slaughter
  • Christmas Hazards
  • Chocolate poisoning
  • Heat-related issues
  • Euthanasia
  • Microchipping
  • Stray animals and lost pets
  • Pet travel and importation of dogs
  • Poisons
  • Injuries to Cats and Dogs
  • Brexit and the veterinary profession
  • Brachycephalic pets

If you are a journalist looking for statistics about animal health and welfare or the veterinary profession please contact the BVA media team on 020 7908 6340 or at

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