Veterinary Thermal Imaging (VTI) is on a recruitment drive to get more people running their own VTI business.
VTI uses thermal imaging, as a diagnostic tool for performance management and to monitor treatment. The non-invasive scans take place at the animal’s home with no need for sedation.
“We’re looking to work with people who have a background in veterinary nursing, veterinary physiotherapy, equine sports massage therapy or a similar profession. We pride ourselves on the in-depth knowledge of anatomy that our thermographers have,” said Helen Morrell from VTI.
“You need to have commercial experience and understand what it takes to run a business. If you’re already working for yourself, VTI is a great way to add to what you do, to complement your existing service, or as a stand-alone business.”
To find out more about VTI, see www.veterinary-thermal-imaging.com