Cost of living report: the impact of the cost of living crisis on veterinarians & pet owners.
 Part 1.

Posted by on Jan 19, 2023 in Uncategorized | No Comments

We are pleased to release the first instalment of our cost-of-living tracker. A free version of the report, covering the UK, France, Spain and the US can be downloaded below. In it you will learn about: An enhanced version of the report is available to purchase from £2000 depending on your needs. This extended report ...

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VetsSurvey 2020: part 2

Posted by on Jan 17, 2022 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Here is the second release of the long awaited VetsSurvey 2020 data. Where the first release was focused on the impact of the pandemic, this report covers other aspects of veterinary life (because it’s not all about Covid-19!). In this data deck you can find: What veterinary professionals and practices look like across the world What ...

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Help from home – are remote consultations here to stay?

Posted by on Nov 15, 2021 in Uncategorized | No Comments

The coronavirus pandemic has not only attributed to a long-lasting backlog for veterinarians but has forced the industry to evolve its methods to meet client demand as capacity in practices needed to be reduced. Virtually all veterinary practices across the globe have had to implement additional measures or policies due to the coronavirus outbreak which ...

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Pandemic delay in vaccination and check-ups a danger as parvovirus numbers rise

Posted by on Aug 12, 2021 in Uncategorized | No Comments

The coronavirus pandemic has birthed a number of challenges for every industry, not least veterinarians. As there has been a rise in stress levels in vets, delays caused by lockdowns has led to a decline in treatments for pets, particularly vaccinations and check-ups, which has created a huge backlog. While this backlog in treatments is ...

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Veterinarians financial outlook in 2021 – corporates weathering the pandemic better than independents?

Posted by on Apr 8, 2021 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Since 2011 we have been measuring how well veterinarians have been doing financially compared to the previous year. Up to 2012 the number doing worse outnumbered those doing better, but that all changed and peaked in 2015 when almost 50% of vets reported to be doing better. After that there was a slow decline and ...

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