Learn about Banfield’s standards and protocols for high-quality anesthesia and find resources and tools to help you get the best results for every pet, every time.
Veterinary Emerging Topics (VET)™ reports
The result of our partnership with the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC), our VET Reports combine the power of data with open, solution-based dialogue to help improve patient outcomes.
State of Pet Health® report
Banfield’s research team analyzes data from more than 2.5 million dogs and half a million cats across our hospitals. Why? To give you the latest information to make the best health decisions for pets.
Setting up the veterinary profession for success by sharing our data and best practices
Banfield Pet Hospital®, a member of the Mars Veterinary Health family of practices, is the leading provider of preventive care in the United States.
With more than 1,000 hospitals in 42 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico and Mexico, we are in an extraordinary position to harness the power of data and to share best practices gleaned from the experiences of our associates.
We are passionate about sharing our key findings with the wider profession. By combining the power of data and the insights of our associates, we believe we can continuously improve the quality of veterinary care and patient outcomes across veterinary medicine.
Together with Mars and our sister practices, we strive to lead the future of pet healthcare.
Our veterinary science approach
PetWare®, our proprietary data and electronic medical records system, pushes data from all pet visits across the country to Banfield’s headquarters daily. Our dedicated team then studies this data to not only help strengthen and improve our hospitals, but to also share our findings with the veterinary community.
The Banfield science team
Our team is made up of data analysists, veterinarians and specialists with advanced degrees in epidemiology, public health, internal medicine, and data analysis, who review results and trends and make recommendations to improve patient outcomes.
These recommendations are not created in a silo—we also pull in the latest findings from the wider profession to guide our protocols and ensure that we are at the forefront of the primary care we offer in our hospitals.