Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Though demand for veterinary services remains fairly constant, emergency veterinary services come at a premium that cash-strapped consumers are not always willing to pay. With a drop in disposable income, industry revenue declined during the recession, though it has since bounced back to just under prerecession levels. Industry revenue will grow at a comfortable pace over the next five years as both pet ownership and consumer spending rise.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
This industry provides a broad spectrum of services from diagnostic tests to surgery procedures. Most industry operators provide 24/7 emergency veterinary services, while other facilities provide services from 6pm to 8am, when a regular veterinarian is unable to see the patient during regular operating hours.
Clinical procedures, which are projected to constitute about 45.0% of industry revenue in 2013, include central line replacement, eternal feeding tube placement, transfusions (blood, plasma, oxyglobin), pericardiocentesis, thoracocentesis and other procedures... purchase to read more