Brought to you by HABRI and the NAVC.
It turns out that all this time you’ve been taking care of animal health in your veterinary practice, you’ve also been helping your client’s health, too. That’s because scientific research has documented that having a pet does wonders for a human being’s health and wellbeing – everything from alleviating symptoms of depression and PTSD to improving heart health.
Understanding the human-animal bond can have tremendous benefits for your patients, your clients, and your practice, too.
Did you Know?
66% of pet owners (77% of millennials) would have a more favorable view of their veterinarian if they discussed the health benefits of the human-animal bond with them
61% of pet owners (74% of millennials) would be more likely to visit their veterinarian if they discussed the health benefits of the human-animal bond with them
Get The Certification, Get The Advantage
There’s no question that today’s pet owners are very different from pet owners just a few years ago – just look at the explosion in pet products and services being marketed to pet owners these days, everything from doggy daycare and pet strollers to video games for cats and TV stations for dogs. The next thing pet parents are going to be looking for is a veterinarian that can prove they understand and support the relationship they have with their pet/fur baby.
Veterinarians that complete the course will earn an official Human-Animal Bond Certification from the NAVC Learning Academy and HABRI.
To earn the Human-Animal Bond Certification, candidates:
Certified Human-Animal Bond practitioners will receive:
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You’ve seen plenty of pets bring smiles to pet owners faces in your practice. Here are just a few of the things you may not have realized that you were seeing as well:
Having a pet can:
We are extremely proud to be teaming with the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) to help veterinarians develop a comprehensive understanding of the bond and how it benefits both pets and pet parents, and how to support their bond in your practice.
Get Human-Animal Bond certified and set your practice apart.
Study the science.
Earn the certification.
Support the bond.