Sponsored by Vets4Pets.
When a pet becomes sick after-hours, the additional charges can make a
stressful situation far worse for its owner. But now, the UK's largest
joint venture veterinary group, Vets4Pets is offering 24/7 care without
the additional charges. Sharon Thomas reports.Veterinary View is a joint project between BVA and ITN Productions to
produce a programme for and about the veterinary profession.
Veterinary View trailer
How is the veterinary profession changing?
A strong relationship between vets and their clients
Veterinary surveillance - protecting the public from disease
Mental health and wellbeing in the veterinary profession
Are more vet graduates a good idea?
Is veterinary education keeping up with the times?
Debating the future of the veterinary profession
Companion animal oncology & soft tissue hospital - Fitzpatrick Referrals
24 hour veterinary care - Vets4Pets
How extreme temperatures can affect your dog - AnimAlarm
Microchipping will be compulsory for all dogs - Pet-Id Microchips
Tackling dog and cat obesity - Royal Canin
Helping vets access patient information anywhere - VetCloud
Innovation and specialist products for vets - Vetsonic
A supply chain for vets - Centaur Services
Supporting vets throughout their careers - CVS Group
Every Vets4Pets practice is owned by the veterinary surgeons and nurses who run it. It means that they can get to know a pet and its owner personally over time.
Which pet insurance is right for my clients? - Petplan
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