It is quite self-evident that hygiene plays a critical role in the success and robustness of a veterinary clinic. As a vet, the safety of the animals you care for is your maximum priority, so keeping everything clean is of great importance. According to the RCVS regulations on cleanliness, the facilities must be in a good condition, neat, and well-maintained in order to create a sterile and systematic atmosphere.
The tidiness and upkeep of your veterinary clinic gives an idea of your proficiency, expertise and commitment to providing the highest level of service. Contagious diseases can be quite destructive, from kennel cough, cat flu, MRSA to zoonotic diseases, and these can quickly spread throughout a practice.