We’re pleased to announce that we have been working with Dr Sagi Denenberg, one of the few Veterinary Psychiatrists in the UK, to assist in his new book ‘Small Animal Veterinary Psychiatry’. “Problem behaviours are often the result of how an animal thinks and feels, genetics, and environmental influences. Steering away from just description diagnoses
The World has certainly changed a lot since our last post at the end of March. It has been a surreal experience for us all; trying to adapt to the ‘new normal’ whilst keeping positive and, of course, keeping our clients’ projects moving forward. Some of our team are now back in the office, with
In light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and recent Government advice, we want to take this opportunity to reassure you of our continuing effort to keep things running as smoothly as possible. We at ACD pride ourselves in being highly proactive and cooperative, and wish to keep up our level of professionalism throughout this difficult
Have you seen our latest article in this month’s Veterinary Business Journal? Turn to page 8 to read about budgeting, making an entrance, and creating positive environments for your staff, clients and of course their animals!
Ready for a Refurb? Fate, with a helping hand from a vet, is responsible for the rise of veterinary building management company ACD Projects. After completing an early build back in 1994, an eminent vet not only praised the company for delivering a practice that was ‘a delight to work in, a fantastic building, on