How to trick out your veterinary hospital

How to trick out your veterinary hospital

When it's time to figure out what products your veterinary practice needs, you do your due diligence. Here's how our survey respondents research what they'll buy.
Aug 01, 2011
By staff

Your clients and patients need veterinary products and your team members need medical equipment to do their jobs. So it’s important to keep your shelves stocked with the latest and greatest industry offerings and your services optimized to meet your clinic’s needs. A survey of readers of DVM Newsmagazine, Veterinary Economics’ sister publication, offers a glimpse of veterinarians’ buying preferences. Here’s what the survey found.


More in this package:
A look at the survey respondents

The methods do veterinarians use to research new products and services

The time veterinarians spend with veterinary product sales representatives

How has time spent with veterinary product sales representatives changed?

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