Food for thought: New data on nutrition for veterinary clients
Brendan Howard oversees veterinary business, practice management and life-balance content for dvm360.com, dvm360 magazine, Firstline and Vetted, and plans the Practice Management track at all three Fetch dvm360 conferences.Brendan has proudly served under the Veterinary Economics and dvm360 banners for more than 10 years. Before that, he worked as a journalist, writer and editor at Entrepreneur magazine and a top filmed entertainment magazine in Southern California. Brendan received a Masters in English Literature from University of California, Riverside, in 1999.
Find out how often veterinarians discuss nutrition with clients, how often clients ask and the biggest prompt for discussion in this data from the 2019 dvm360 Nutrition Study.
The tasty new data from our most recent survey is in.
Source: 2019 dvm360 Nutrition Study (Illustration by Nicholette Haigler)
The 2019 dvm360 Nutrition Study was sent by email to subscribers of dvm360 magazine, Vetted and Firstline. The survey generated 252 responses from veterinarians, creating a margin of error of about 3 percentage points (although sample sizes-and statistical reliability-on individual questions may be considerably lower). Numbers may not equal 100% due to rounding.