Independent vet practice buys 8 surgeries from corporate – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

In a reversal of the now long-established pattern, The Pet Vet, a family-owned independent practice, has bought eight surgeries from CVS. ‘The Vet’ branded surgeries were registered to Quality Pet Care Ltd which was initially acquired by CVS Group plc in August 2021. The acquisition makes The Pet Vet not only the largest independent family-owned … Read more

New RCVS guidance on religious clothing in veterinary practice – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the Veterinary Schools Council (VSC) have jointly published new guidelines on accommodating religious clothing and beliefs in veterinary education and clinical settings. Although developed by the RCVS and VSC BAME Student Support Working Group ostensibly for use by Universities, EMS placement host practices and other educational establishments, it … Read more

Harrison Family Vets opens third practice

A new veterinary practice has opened just south of Manchester city center following a £ 350,000 investment. Harrison Family Vets opened the doors of its latest practice earlier this month on Princess Road in Didsbury, having previously opened sites in Woodley near Reading and Kingswinford in the West Midlands at the start of this year. … Read more

Practice doubles in size after £ 200k investment

A veterinary practice has doubled in size after more than ,000 200,000 was invested to expand its services to cope with pet owner demand. White Cross Vets, in Alcester Road South, Kings Heath, Birmingham, has expanded into a neighborhood unit and now covers 5,000 sq ft. As part of the changes, it has upped consulting … Read more

BEVA introduces practice passes for Congress – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

The British Equine Veterinary Association has launched a new practice pass for vets and nurses to make it easier and cheaper for all team members to visit Congress (8th – 10th September 2022, ACC, Liverpool). The new pass offers both physical and virtual tickets so that the practice rota does not have to stop any … Read more

Is it better to go to an independent Vet practice?

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In the UK, there are two main types of Veterinary practices: corporate vs independent. Whilst both types of practices strive to provide gold-standard Veterinary care, there are some differences to be aware of; especially from a business management point of view. This article will discuss how the Veterinary sector is divided and explain how these types of practices differ.

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