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Vetarazzi have specialised in designing and publishing promotional
material for veterinary practices throughout the UK, since 2001.
With more than twenty years in graphic design, copy writing, print and marketing, we have a wealth of experience to share with you. Using our experience and understanding nature of the veterinary trade, we successfully produce 'client friendly' marketing material for you to use within your practices.
As a small company, who pay great attention to detail, we provide a friendly, flexible and excellent value service that takes the pain out of marketing.

Carol knows exactly what veterinary surgery life is like, as for a number of years she worked as a receptionist, assisted in theatre and became responsible for marketing at a practice in Essex. Using her experience of being ‘both sides’ of the front desk, she creates ideas, chooses content and writes our copy. She understands the importance of a diplomatic approach towards marketing a veterinary practice, and as a pet owner for many years, can also relate to your clients’ needs. Carol has qualified in Animal Care, at Writtle Agricultural College, Chelmsford, worked on a farm, been involved with lambing seasons and the
re-homing of RSPCA cats and dogs.

If you're not sure where to start with promoting your practice, then Mike is here to help. He has over 20 years experience in direct marketing, design, print and photography, acquiring all the skills necessary for producing high quality promotional literature. He can advise you on the best form and how to get the most out of marketing your practice.

You spend your time giving lots of care to those that need it,
so why not let us take care of you for a change.

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We were in the June 2010 edition of the VBJ talking about newsletters.
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Veterinary Business Journal Article June 2010