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October 22, 2015

Pet-ID offers new online ordering facility in new veterinary specific store

LinkedInA focus on innovation and customer needs has long been key to Pet-ID Microchips, already resulting in advanced coatings on its microchips to help prevent migration and narrower sharper needles for ease of application. Now the company is opening an online shop so that veterinary professionals can place their orders online. For added convenience the shop will be hosted by Vbay (www.vbay.co.uk) – the veterinary professionals’ online marketplace, where practice teams can go to buy and sell anything veterinary.

Managing Director, Jo Briault, says it’s another example of how the company is thinking ‘outside the box’, “It’s certainly true that we could easily add an integral shop to our current website but we fully appreciate that busy practice staff don’t want to be visiting multiple sites to place their orders. We have decided that our best location for online ordering is within a thriving marketplace where the veterinary community can engage with suppliers that are completely focused on meeting their needs.”

Now when vets are looking for a dog microchip, or a cat microchip, or indeed a microchip for any other animal, there’s no need to wait. The online system will go live in November and offers 24-7 ordering, complementing the current telephone ordering system, providing both convenience and choice.

Caroline Johnson, Vbay Director is delighted to welcome Pet ID to the growing list of suppliers who have Vbay stores, “In this increasingly digital world it’s easy to get lost in the plethora of URLs, so bringing everything together in one central veterinary shopping mall designed with professional needs in mind, makes perfect sense.” Vets, RVNs and practice managers can find Vbay stores at http://www.vbay.co.uk/list-stores.html where the Pet ID store is expected to go live in time for London Vet Show.

For more information visit www.pet-idmicrochips.com, telephone 01273 837676, or visit Pet-ID Microchips at stand 151 at London Vet Show.