Croatian Vetti Group Plans to Open 24 Hour Split Animal Hospital

Lauren Simmonds

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July the 11th, 2024 – The Croatian Vetti Group, the leading veterinary group in the country, plans to open a 24 hour Split animal hospital.

As Poslovni Dnevnik/Bruno Lipej writes, the Croatian Vetti Group acquired a total of 13 members in the first 15 months of operation, and the opening of a 24/7 veterinary hospital in Split has also been announced.

After the opening of Buba by Vetti Group, the largest 24/7 private veterinary clinic in Zagreb in December last year, the group was joined in March by Split Veterinary practice for small animals – SplitVet. SplitVet is specialised in orthopedics. They were also joined by Veterinary station ZAG-VET d.o.o. from Zlatar, which consists of a small and a large practice, a pharmacy and the associated “Luč Zagorje” animal shelter.

Just one month later, more specifically back in April this year, Pet-Vet, a specialist veterinary clinic for small animals from Split, and Zagreb Veterinary Station d.o.o. were also acquired. The latter boasts clinics and pharmacies in as many as five locations across the City of Zagreb. The Ogulin Veterinary Clinic and the Gornja Bebrina Veterinary Clinic also joined the group.

With the aforementioned new acquisitions, the Croatian Vetti Group can boast of more than 230 employees in 26 locations.

“Were expanding throughout Croatia with numerous new acquisitions, and in the next two years we intend to invest another 20 million euros. We’re proud and happy, because we want to provide uniform, high-quality and fast service to every pet and owner living in Croatia. The expansion of the Croatian Vetti Group and new partners, with whom we successfully cooperate, will help us to reach as many clients as possible with this service. We’re already conducting professional training, we intend to share the rich knowledge of our veterinarians and other staff with all members. We’re going to continue to invest in top-quality equipment and raise the standards of the veterinary profession,” said Suzana Skorija, president of the Croatian Vetti Group Management Board.

the croatian vetti group plans a new animal hospital in split

Over more recent days, the lease contract for the future hospital in Split spanning an area of ​​750 square metres was signed. Just like the clinic opened back in December in Zagreb, the upcoming animal hospital in Split will boast plenty of equipment. It will have the most modern CT machine, four modernly equipped operating theatres, eight exam and consultation rooms, a separate waiting room for cats and a separate room reserved for comfort in the most difficult moments where humans and animals must bid farewell. The Croatian Vetti Group has already started filling open positions in Split.

The Croatian Vetti Group will also offer their future employees opportunities for continuous professional development, as well as the possibility of adjusting their working hours, which is an established practice in Western European countries. In addition to all of the above, retirees who feel ready to contribute to the profession and provide the education of young people will also have the option of working part-time.


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