“We strive to offer a first-class level of care – not just to rabbits, but to all exotic species...” – Tariq Abou-Zahr of Valley Veterinary Hospital.4 mins
US animal health firm announces it will pay more than £6 billion in cash and shares for Bayer’s animal health business.
“We want to ensure we can attract people of all abilities with the valuable skills and experience we need to offer the highest quality care to patients and clients” – Independent Vetcare HR manager Debbie Ross.
The purchase of the practice group with sites in Derbyshire and Staffordshire means Independent Vetcare now has more than 900 veterinary sites.
Promotions “great news for the entire ECC community”, says Vets Now clinical director and RCVS senior-vice president Amanda Boag.3 mins
New launches will take Animal Trust’s tally of surgeries to nine, with three launched this year.
Dignipets is a new end-of-life service offering home visits formed from the merger of three previous businesses.
Further expansion completes current development plan, as independent vet group Scarsdale goes from strength-to-strength.
The event is the UK’s leading non-clinical veterinary conference “offering stimulating and pioneering CPD content from speakers within the veterinary profession and beyond'.
Findings will be used to develop new strategies around succession and encouraging women in the profession into leadership positions.
College says its 100 staff have “outgrown” their current headquarters in Westminster and need a new building with “sufficient capacity for growth of the college for the next 25 years”.
Candidates have until 1 August to apply for the veterinary practice management qualification, aimed at experienced managers and veterinary team members in a leadership or management role.
“This has been driven from our core portfolio, good market penetration and realisation of significant Le Vet revenue synergies,” says chief executive Ian Page.
The Veterinary Management Group has set a deadline of 19 July for applications to its veterinary management research scheme.3 mins
A £1.5 million expansion has led to the creation of the first residency programme in small animal surgery at Vets Now's Glasgow hospital.
“The customer experience plays such a crucial role in practice life, and so it's very rewarding to be able to help new starters and experienced team members grow their confidence and develop new skills“ – Sophie Dainty, Onswitch.
Some 15 months after opening, West Yorkshire practice premises described as “spectacular” in design and appearance is fully accredited as small animal hospital and emergency services clinic.
People management, client care, well-being and business finance are all on the agenda at a series of non-clinical CPD events from SPVS and the VMG.
Vettimes users are being given the chance to win one of five free tickets for SPVS-VMG's upcoming Practice Finance Day.
Rapidly expanding group snaps up Northern Irish veterinary business and vows “it won’t be the last”.