Increasing population of companion and production animals is driving the global animal healthcare and veterinary services market. As per persistence research agency on “global study on animal healthcare” the industry was valued to reach USD 41,929 million by 2019 at a CAGR of around 7.1%.

The new types of diseases in animals and their transfer to humans via there product consumption and companionship are escalating the animal healthcare market globally. The role of veterinary labs becomes pivotal here.

According to European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) around 3.2lakh cases of food-borne and zoonotic diseases are reported each year in the European Union. The figures are rising; veterinary laboratories must be ready to meet the challenges.

Key Issues Concerning Veterinary & Poultry Laboratories:

  • More complex problems of designing and executing appropriate sample collection scheme needs to be focused on. Comprehensive out the box veterinary reports needs to be generated.
  • The guarantee of the quality of analytical data is a basic quality requirement for veterinary certification, it is hence important for the labs to automate operation standards.
  • Veterinary laboratories are facing challenges to produce quick and quality documentation to there clients, manual paper documents becomes troublesome in audit trial.
  • Veterinary Lab slowly needs to provide 24 hour emergency services to there clients from anyplace, anytime.