release time:2022-04-19 14:10:31
At the same time，an increase in the number of pet owners is driving the need for better treatment options for companion animals. Zoocenter veterinary clinic in Girardot Colombia has seized this opportunity.
The story of Zoocenter began in 2009 when Dr. Diana Rojas and her husband, Dr. Jose Ricardo Munoz, opened the veterinary clinic. Dr. Diana Rojas is the veterinarian in charge of the field of small animal internal medicine. Dr. Jose Ricardo Munoz is in charge of surgical and diagnostic imaging at Zoocenter.
With the growing market demand, they expanded the clinic in 2016. Currently Zoocenter veterinary clinic is divided into 4 offices, pet shop, beauty room, clinical laboratory, surgery room, ultrasound, radiography, pet hotel and hospitalization.
— Zoocenter veterinary clinic
Dr. Jose Ricardo Munoz say,“In our clinic we serve a large number of patients and referrals from our colleagues, which demands fast and reliable diagnosis results.”
—Dr. Jose Ricardo Munoz | Zoocenter Surgical Veterinarian
“Blood biochemistry is an essential tool for making therapeutic and surgical decisions. This process took us a long time since we previously carried it out with semi-automatic chemistry analyzer.”
They unanimously expressed how fortunate they were to have chosen the Seamaty SMT-120V as their blood biochemical analysis equipment. This has allowed them to streamline the process and provide a quality service that is accessible to their clients, beneficial for their patients and profitable for their company.
Veterinary equipment and supplies are used for surgical procedures as well as for monitoring and treating animal diseases. The increase in the number of pet owners in different countries is driving the demand for better treatment options for companion animals. It has also contributed to an increase in pet health expenditures. This phenomenon is also reflected in agricultural countries like Ecuador.
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