Going into the summer, you might be thinking that hiring relief veterinarians for vet clinics might be challenging. However, even during the pandemic, we are seeing a surge in qualified veterinary relief applicants looking for relief work across the nation. Here are some of the reasons why vet clinics should hire our professional, qualified relief veterinarians during the summer through VetIQ Staffing:

Vet Clinics Need Long Term Success

Our vets are agile, adaptable, and eager to learn. During times such as the COVID-19 pandemic, our veterinarians were trusted partners in clinics around the nation, allowing pet owners and clinics to breathe a sigh of relief when faced with staffing needs. Vet clinics can now see how each applicant adjusted to the demanding situations we were all put through and how they contribute to long-term success.

The Wave of Increased Pet Adoptions

We are sure that we have all seen friends and family adopt or share photos of puppies, kittens, and other animals being adopted during quarantine. Every adoption requires vaccinations, check-ups, and other veterinary procedures, meaning more work for clinics and vets everywhere! Veterinary relief services are the best way to prepare for the increase in patients and to provide success for vet clinics.

Summer Vacation and Summer Relief

At VetIQ Staffing, we encourage our relief veterinarians and full-time vets to have a healthy work/life balance. Vet clinic owners and other full-time vets outside of our company also deserve to take breaks when they need it. Hiring veterinary relief will help you and your staff find time to decompress and rejuvenate so everyone is ready to come back to work.

With everything that has happened over the past few months, it is time to start planning for your future and the future of your clinic. Now is the best time to hire relief veterinarians to prepare for continued success, new patients, and summer relief. Ready to partner with VetIQ Staffing to find the relief you need? Contact us today and live life your way!

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