Vet Professionals is helping pets and pet carers by performing research on common and important illnesses. Data gained from our studies helps to inform carers and veterinary professionals (eg vets, vet nurses, pet food and pet pharmaceutical companies) about best care. Results from our studies have influenced and educated veterinary professionals and helped to ‘lobby’ for better diagnosis and treatment of illness. Our aim is to improve the awareness, diagnosis and treatment of common and important illnesses in pets.
You can read summary findings of previous studies by clicking here.
To find out more about how you can support our research, please click here.
Data collected in our studies is analysed by Vet Professionals. The identity of individual responses will remain anonymous in data analysis and no personal details will be passed on to third parties.
The identity of individual responses will remain anonymous in data analysis and no personal details will be passed on to third parties. We hope that the data obtained through these surveys will help us to advise veterinarians and owners on better care of their pets.
Vet Professionals also assists other companies with designing and running Clinical Trials. Contact Vet Professionals if you would like to discuss future clinical trials.
We are currently running surveys on the following subjects:
This survey is open to all cat owners aged 18 years or older. The purpose of the survey is to understand more about cat owners’ experiences of pet ownership, use of technology in pet care and also whether the current COVID-19 situation has caused additional concerns.Complete the survey
My name is Saskia Currell and I am a student at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, of the University of Edinburgh. As part of my veterinary degree I am undertaking a research programme which involves looking at both public and veterinary attitudes towards pre-pubertal (early) neutering in cats.Complete the survey
Prevalence of congenital strabismus and nystagmus in colourpoint and Burmese-coloured catsComplete the survey