Vets and vet nurses are being asked to take part in a survey which aims to help the industry get a better understanding of canine reproduction health issues. The survey is being conducted by Virbac Animal Health as part of its reproductive health awareness campaign.

Vets and vet nurses are being asked to take part in a survey which aims to help the industry get a better understanding of canine reproduction health issues. The survey is being conducted by Virbac Animal Health as part of its reproductive health awareness campaign.

Survey to raise reproduction awareness Product manager Chris Geddes explained: “Following a series of CPD seminars on reproduction, it is evident that the views and experiences of vets vary considerably when it comes to companion animal sexual health.

“The aim of the survey is to obtain a clearer picture of the thoughts and experiences of vets and VNs on the neutering of dogs in the UK. The questionnaire will help us gain a better understanding of practice needs in this often sensitive area, and help provide improved support for vets and pet owners alike”.

“While attitudes on neutering vary from country to another, it is clear that within the UK, opinion among vets and pet owners is wider than perhaps we currently realise. The UK currently has the highest canine male and female neutering rate in Europe. What this means will depend on your viewpoint and experiences, however we know that some practices are beginning to offer clients a wider range of options.

“As a veterinary-focused business our aim is to provide solutions which will help support and develop the relationship between practice and client. This survey is part of that continuing process.”

All those completing the questionnaire will receive a Cadbury’s chocolate bar for taking part, with one lucky person winning £250.00 of M&S vouchers. To take part visit www.virbacsurvey.animaloracle.com

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