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For all participants, delegates, visitors and exhibitors from all over the world, VETERNARYCONG-2021 welcomes to the glorious city of Hanoi, Vietnam. Our conference will discuss on various of topics like veterinary medicine, animal food, animal reproduction and genetics, animal welfare, clinical veterinary, veterinary economics, recent developments, veterinary care and management and public health  by improving agriculture and food system. Conference Series Ltd organizes 3000+ events inclusive of 600+ Conferences, 1200+ Workshops and 1200+ Symposiums on various topics of Science & Technology across the globe with support from 1000 more scientific societies. Conference Series Ltd also publishes 700+ Open Access Journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities and reputed scientists as editorial board members.

Curing, treating, diagnosing the birds and animals is a diverse in veterinary field. Care and  love  towards  the animals, birds and treating them  like their own is so fascinating, this veterinary sector will bring animals very close to humans, also helps to understand their pain and  problems. Not every living thing has ability to express their feelings like human did. As humans we have to understand  how these animals and birds feel the pain when they get hurt or injured. Having a dog or a bird as pet is not a great thing, we need to have some concern towards them. A veterinarian contributes to provide healthcare  for the pets, farm animals and zoo animals, by veterinary services. Everyone is willing to have a pet now a days they mostly preferred private clinics for treatment. Eventually there will been an unprecedented  growth in animal products technology sector and poultry sector, in result an increased demand for veterinarians in different sectors of livestock and poultry.

The tertiary education of veterinarians for high standard veterinary education is a key to provide potential veterinarians with the necessary knowledge to perform efficiently and to support Veterinary Services. The quality of veterinary education  is failing to meet the requirements for Veterinary Services, in many countries notably in developing and  in-transition countries and the need for veterinary education to be strengthened. The main concept of conducting VETERNARYCONG-2021, is to give best experience for young veterinarians to share their knowledge in veterinary service. Yet these are the genuine profile of the veterinary medicine and includes veterinary care or  new  treatment.

Importance & Scope:

International Conference on Advance Clinical Veterinary & Veterinary Care  focused on learning about Animal Health/ Veterinary Medicine and its advances; this is your best opportunity to reach best veterinarians, veterinary technicians and the largest assemblage of participants from the Veterinary Community. Our Veterinary Conference planned keeping in mind with best scientific sessions, exhibitions, poster presentations, oral presentations, workshops, symposiums, luncheons, and great keynotes.

World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments and the newest updates in Animal Health, and Veterinary are hallmarks of our conference.

Conference Highlights:

  • Veterinary Epidemiology

  • Animal welfare

  • Veterinary Toxicology

  • Veterinary Surgery & Radiology

  • Veterinary Microbiology and Microbial Diseases

  • Veterinary Vaccines

  • Veterinary Care & Management

  • Veterinary Medicine

  • Veterinary & Animal Science

  • Poultry Production

  • Veterinary Research

  • Wildlife Management

  • Animal Reproduction

  • Animal Nutrition

  • Animal Biotechnology

  • Mobile Veterinary Clinics

  • Preventive Pet Healthcare & Club

  • Veterinary Physiotherapy

  • Animal Ecology & Physiology

  • Veterinary Nursing

  • Veterinary Forensics

  • Animal Models & Testing

Why to Attend?

Throughout the ages humans have depended on animals for service, food, and companionship. In modern times, animals have even played a crucial role in research settings where diseases are studied and drug therapies are developed. Veterinary medicine and animal care focus on the provision of health care, surgery, and preventive services for a variety of animal species. Veterinarians and veterinary technicians address health emergencies as well as provide routine medical care.

This veterinary conference focuses on the exponential growth taking place in the veterinary sector. Veterinary medicine has responsibilities in biomedical research; ecosystem management; public health; food and agricultural systems; and care of companion animals, wildlife, exotic animals and food animals. The veterinary profession contributes to improvement of human and public health by improving agriculture and food systems, advancing biomedical and comparative medical research, preventing and addressing zoonotic diseases, enhancing environmental and ecosystem health and helping manage 21st century public health challenges.

Who Can Attend the Conference?

  • Veterinarians

  • Veterinary Technicians

  • Veterinary Clinic Teams

  • Researchers and Specialists

  • Veterinary Faculty

  • Veterinary Medicine Faculty

  • Animal Sciences Faculty

  • Veterinary Students

  • Animal Science Students

  • Veterinary Nurse

  • Veterinary Groups

  • Veterinary Societies

  • Veterinary Associations

  • Animal Health Companies

Reasons to Attend Veterinary 2020:

1.      Grow Your Professional Network

2.      Meet Experts & Influencers in Your Field

3.      Live Interaction with Like Minded People

4.      Share Your Content

5.      Learn New Things

6.      Grow Your Self

7.      Conference CE/ CPD

8.      Continuing Education

9.      Global Reach & Highest Visibility

10.    Workshops, Symposiums, and Exhibitions

11.    Have Fun

Previous Year Veterinary Conference Statistics:

·         83% of attendees were core people from veterinary medicine

·         62% are Professor/Researcher/President/Policy Officer/Chief Representative

·         21% are Students/Specialist/Post Doc

·         12% Delegate/Company Representative/Consultant/Economist

·         5% Manager/Head/Director

Veterinary services provide healthcare for animals - especially pets, farm animals, and animals kept in zoos and wildlife parks. This market comprises licensed veterinary practitioners who practice veterinary medicine, dentistry or surgery for animals.



Session 1: Veterinary Medicine:

When compared to human medicines veterinary medicine is more complicated in research and marketing. Whereas treatment of ailments, diseases, diagnosis  and wounds of animals, particularly domestic animals there is a huge of variation in different animal species, and thus each species may need specific medicines for the same disease. There is no regulation in the prices of veterinary medicines like human medicines. Some artificial medicine may cause serious issues, nephrotoxic and expensive, not like seasoning medicines area unit comparatively nontoxic, cheaper and area unit eco-friendly, folks have used them for several generations. Veterinary medicines market accounted for approximately 20% of the total Vaccines market in 2010 worldwide. It has been estimated to grow with a CAGR of 5.80% to reach the market size of $5.6 Billion by 2016 worldwide.

Session 2: Poultry Science:

Raised any kind of domestic bird, captive raised for its utility and traditionally has been used to defined as wildfowl and waterfowl including chickens, turkeys, geese and ducks for production of meat or egg and used as its flesh as food. is refer to poultry. Over 50 billion birds are being raised each year as a source of meat and eggs more chickens are kept than any other type of poultry through worldwide. The total Profit of production depends on the price of feed, which has been rising every year. The cost of high feed could limit further development of  poultry production, it is the second most widely eaten type of meat in the world, sixteen billion birds are raised annually and consumed more than half of these in industrialized, factory-like production units.

Session 3: Clinical Veterinary:

 The different types of diseases from animals and their subsequent transfer that effects human through animal feed consumption and companionship are escalating the veterinary healthcare industry globally. It is estimated that $24.8 Billion in 2014 in veterinary healthcare  market and set to reach $34.39 Billion by 2019 by worldwide. Manufactures are expected to positively impact on global veterinary healthcare market to this deliberate  decision in research and development. Healthcare market has seen recent advancements from human diagnostics segment being owned into veterinary diagnostics segment. Past decades the emergence number of lavish and sound product which has positive impact on overall growth of veterinary diagnostics market which has witnessed a paradigm shift. With the human diagnostics getting cheaper, their application into the veterinary segment is expected to grow further and this trend still persist.

Session 4: Animal Reproduction and Genetics:

To continue the existence of a species reproduction plays a vital role in providing new species. To maintain themselves for certain period of time, animals compete with other individuals it is enough to them to produce tissue that would be indispensable to maintain their species. To form an independent organism reproductive tissue usually becomes separated. Advance breeding technology and testing services such a genetic trait test, genetic disease  tests and DNA typing in animal genetics.

The tremendous growth in animal genetic market which is associated in raising demand of animal products due to increasing global population development of cutting edge, animal genetic testing and awareness about veterinary genetic disorders in recent years. The market of animal genetic segment is testing services, products and geography, like Europe and North America they grow comparatively lower CAGR than Asia-Pacific market due to development in geography. The growth desire of animal derived products, implementation of animal welfare and increase the population of  livestock animals is immensely driven.

Session 5: Veterinary Research:

The remarkable achievement  of global eradication of rinderpest and production of first vaccine for retrovirus the veterinary research has been responsible, this profession was actually a science-based profession. Highly efficient research base in veterinary sciences  is from UK, this competitive nationally with other research areas of similar size and globally established scientific power of USA and emerging competitors like China and Brail. In the UK dependent on solid research as productivity for welfare of 20 million of food animals.

Session 6: Animal Biotechnology:

The potential applications to manage several animal diseases such as, classical swine fever, foot-and-mouth disease, avian flu and bovine spongiform encephalopathy by Animal Biotechnology. The only relevant products of biotech are vaccines, particularly genetically engineered or DNA vaccines. Also Scientists started to use gene therapy for diseases of pet animals. The strong growth during past years are experienced by animal biotechnology  industries, clinical trials which developed by humans in animals and many of the diseases of cats and dogs are similar to those in humans.

Session 7: Dairy Cattle Technology:

Due to increase demand for dairy products the dairy cattle management market was valued for $823.65 million in 2013 and expected to raise $1,511.91 million by 2018 global. It is rapidly gaining widespread acceptance in the dairy industry primarily. The lower labor costs, and help in planning and managing milking, feeding, vaccination and insemination, schedules for large herds will improve production efficiency for dairy herd management product service.  The use of automated  herd management techniques offers substantial cost advantages over traditional techniques.

Session 8: Animal models and testing:

Experimentation  which conducts inside universities, medical schools, farms, companies like pharmaceuticals defense establishment with commercial facilities that provide animal testing services to industry, animal research in vivo testing is use of non-human animal experiment is called animal testing. Regarding to this, animals are used for education, breeding and defense research which includes pure research as well as applied research. After used in ab experiment animals are euthanized. Most of the animals are purpose to bred in laboratory vary between countries and species, few are caught in the wild or they supplied by dealers who obtain them from auctions and pounds.

Session 9: Recent Developments:

The current navigating through a genomic era promoted by advanced in DNA technologies are Genetic selection of livestock. The information of incorporated into prediction of genetic merit providing higher predictive  accuracy for instance massive amount of genomic. In the field of animal breeding industry the increment has led to important changes. To improve accuracy of genomic selection or mapping new QTL of interest a new advance to continue, and efforts are currently placed in whole genome sequencing for its future implementation.

Session 10: Agribusiness:

Agricultural production is a business of conducting workshops on animal livestock & agribusiness which includes agrichemicals, breeding, crop production like farming and contract farming, distribution, processing, farm machinery, and seed supply, as well as marketing and retail sales is known as agribusiness. As a part of the workshops on animal livestock and  agribusiness system those institutions that influence of all agents of the food and fiber value chain. By low fallow of ratio and high use of inputs such as capital and  labor  per unit in industrial agriculture land area also known as Intensive farming or 2030 the market of Africa’s food and beverages are projected to reach $1 trillion, with the comparison of current size of the market is $313 billion.

Session 11: Animal Welfare:

For animal rights there are some groups like PETA, for supporting animal welfare purpose in small term it is to alleviate animal suffering until all animal use is ended. The welfare of farm animals in use for agricultural land, at market, in transit and at the place of slaughter with advice government of any changes that may be necessary. In preventing novel transmissions  critical element in animal bio-security works to control of disease agents already present in a particular area. This animal welfare science uses different measures like disease, immune suppression, physiology, longevity and  reproduction  and there is debate is about indicators provide the information.

Societies/Associations for Veterinary in Asia:

Animal Husbandry Association of Vietnam (AHAV) | New Zealand Society of Animal Production (NZSAP) | Philippine Society of Animal Science (PSAS) | Sri Lanka Association of Animal Production (SLAAP) | Animal Husbandry Association of Thailand (AHAT) | Malaysian Society of Animal Production (MSAP) | Association of Veterinary Surgeons of Malaysia | Philippines Veterinary Medical Association | Australian Veterinary Association | Bangladesh Veterinary Association | Indian Veterinary Association | New Zealand Veterinary Association

Societies/Associations for Veterinary in USA:

American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) | United States Animal Health Association | Federation of Animal Science Societies (FASS) | American Dairy Science Association | National Cattlemen's Beef Association | American Association of Meat Processors | American Jersey Cattle Association | American Association for the Advancement of Science | American Association of Equine Practitioners | American Association of Food Hygiene Veterinarians | American Animal Hospital Association | American Association for Laboratory Animal Science | American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners

Societies/Associations for Veterinary in Europe:

Federation of European Laboratory Animal Science Associations (FELASA) | International Council for Laboratory Animal Science (ICLAS) | Polish Laboratory Animal Science Association | Russian Laboratory Animal Science Association | Hungarian Laboratory Animal Science Association | Netherlands Organization for Agricultural Research | European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods | Feed Ingredients and Additives Association of Australia | Australian Pig Breeders Society

Veterinary Universities in Asia:

University of Western Australia | University of Tasmania | James Cook University | University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) | University Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) | University Putra Malaysia (UPM) | National University of Singapore | James Cook University | Kyungpook National University | Seoul National University | Konkuk University College of Veterinary Medicine | Kyungpook National University | Seoul National University | Adnan Menderes University | Atatürk University | Centennial University | Cumhuriyet University | Dicle University | Erciyes University | Fırat University | Harran University | Kafkas University

Veterinary Universities in USA:

University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna | University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna | Cornell University | The Ohio State University | Michigan State University | University of Minnesota Twin Cities | Washington State University | Ross University | Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine | St. George's University | Tuskegee University | Norwegian School of Veterinary Science | Iowa State University College of Veterinary MedicineUniversity of Guelph | Glasgow University | Ontario Veterinary College | University of Sydney | Liverpool University

Veterinary Universities in Europe:

University of Glasgow | University of Bristol | Wageningen University | University of Helsinki | University of Ghent | QS World University | Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences | Università degli Studi di Milano | Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München | Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona | University of Liverpool | Wageningen University | University of Glasgow | Ghent University | University of Copenhagen | University of Bristol | Freie University  Berlin | University of Nottingham  | University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna | University of Naples

Session Keywords: Veterinary Congress | Veterinary Congress 2020 |  Veterinary Conferences | International Veterinary Conferences | Veterinary Conference 2020 | Animal Science Conferences 2020 | Livestock Conferences | Veterinary Meetings | Veterinary Conferences 2020 | Veterinary congress 2020 | Veterinary Workshops | Animal science symposia | Veterinary Research Meetings

Related Conferences:

13th International Veterinary Congress | European conference on Veterinary and Animal Health | 9th Global Veterinary Summit |11th International Veterinary Congress | 15th International Veterinary Congress | International Conference on Advance Clinical Veterinary & Veterinary Care | 7th Annual Summit on Animal Health and Veterinary Medicine | Asia Pacific Veterinary Congress | Veterinary Congress 2020 | International Conference on Animal Science & Animal Health ManagementAnimal Science 2020 | Veterinary Congress 2020


Market Analysis

Animal health is one of the nation’s most innovative industries, investing 8.5 percent of sales in research and development in 2020. That translates to roughly $45,600 per worker, compared with $15,520 per worker in the manufacturing sector. Animal health products boost activity in veterinary services, animal production, meat and dairy production, and pet services. These four industries generated a combined $548 billion in output and employed 1.3 million. Products for companion animals accounted for nearly 60 percent of the U.S. animal health market. The U.S. animal health industry generated more than $11 billion in product in 2016 — and continues to grow at a gallop, according to a new study. The study, conducted for the Animal Health Institute, found that U.S. animal health companies sold $11.4 billion in products in 2016, selling nearly $10 billion of that to consumers in this country. The industry employed 21,257 and paid $1.2 billion in wages and another $1.2 billion in taxes. That’s big news for the Kansas City area, which is the center of an Animal Health Corridor. The area, running from Manhattan to Columbia, hosts more than 300 animal health companies — which the Kansas City Area Development Council claims it the largest single concentration of such companies in the world.

Animal Health in Europe:

The European Veterinary Healthcare Market was worth $8.37 billion in 2016 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 6.4%, to reach $11.41 billion by 2021. Veterinary healthcare market covers both wild and pet animals and the market associated with diagnosis, treatment and prevention of their ailments. Increasing awareness of livestock health and pet animals’ numbers are the key factors influencing this market.

Animal Health in America:

The market, estimated at USD 4837.89 million in 2016, is set to reach USD 6104.13 million by 2021, with a CAGR of 5.22% over the forecast period. Increasing focus on food safety and animal health will drive the market for medicinal feed additives to grow at a healthy CAGR of 6.38 %.

Technavio’s market research analyst predicts the global animal health market to grow at a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period. The increased consumption of meat and milk owing to urbanization and changing lifestyles is driving the market growth. Moreover, the increasing pet adoption in this region has also fuelled the demand for animal healthcare products.

Animal Health in Middle East:

The Middle-East & Africa Veterinary Healthcare Market is valued at $2.7 billion market as of 2016 and is estimated to be a $3.75 billion market by 2021 with a tremendous CAGR of 6.8% in the review period. Veterinary medicines help in diagnosing, treating and preventing diseases in animals. Veterinary medicine covers a wide range of animal species which includes both domestic and wild. With the increased production of livestock animals, there is a significant growth in the animal healthcare market. Stable economy and rising population, especially in the developing countries has resulted in increased demand for protein rich foods.

Animal Health in Asia Pacific:

The Asia Pacific Companion Animal Health Care Market was worth USD 2.04 Billion in 2016 and estimated to reach USD 2.76 Billion by the end of 2021 with a growing potential of 6.30 %. The companies are focusing more on the research for the development of new drugs and vaccines for the exciting and newly diagnosed diseases. Asia Pacific Companion Animal Health Care Market has seen some of the important mergers and acquisitions to attain expertise in developing new active pharmaceutical ingredients /drugs.

Animal Health in Japan:

In Japan, the Veterinary healthcare market  is estimated to increase at a CAGR of 8.97% to reach $2.52 billion by 2019

Better standards of living have resulted in an increase in pet ownership and livestock product consumption across the Asia Pacific region. With more pet owners willing to pay for veterinary care, the demand for supplements and other treatment options for companion animals is on the rise. Increasing consumer concern for where and how their food is produced is leading to a tougher scrutiny of feeding and rearing practices of farm animals. All the same, increased competition for cultivated land and scarcity of arable land could affect the animal healthcare market in terms of demand from livestock production.

This report provides an exhaustive coverage of the market with multi-level segmentation focusing on animal species (farm animals and companion animals), type of healthcare products (vaccines, paraciticide, anti-infective, medicinal feed additives and other pharmaceuticals) and by geography Demand for Veterinary healthcare products and services in Japan is currently the largest of all countries in Asia-Pacific. However, Japan is slated to lose its leader status due heavy regulation requiring rigorous testing - much of it unnecessary.

The market for Veterinary pharmaceuticals and biological products in Asia-Pacific has seen scant growth for many years, generally around 1.5%, while global growth has generally been in the 3-4% range.

Industry Insights:
The global veterinary services market size was valued at USD 91.78 billion in 2017. It is anticipated to witness a CAGR of 5.6% during the forecast period. Rising prevalence of zoonotic and food-borne diseases is one of the key trends stimulating market growth. Veterinary services play an important role in protecting animal health and welfare and ensuring safety of animals during transportation.
In addition, it also aids safeguarding public health and ensuring food safety across the globe. According to the article published by the Organization for Animal Health (OIE), demand for animal source foods is growing globally. This includes demand for meat, which is expected to reach 445 million tonnes by 2050.
Moreover, it is seen as a preventive approach to counter zoonotic diseases within livestock population, thereby fuelling growth prospects. Increasing number of government initiatives to ensure food security and biosecurity is projected to expedite the adoption of veterinary services in livestock globally. To put this in perspective, OIE is focused on maintaining food safety and have been consistently issuing guidelines to eliminate potential biological hazards and risks associated with checks on-farm, pre-slaughter, pre-processing, and processing stages.
Furthermore, sharp rise in pet population globally in recent times has also led to greater demand for veterinary services. Veterinarians and veterinary service providers are undertaking consistent efforts to ensure animal welfare, thus encouraging pet owners to incline towards these services.
Widening base of both pet and livestock population is leading to an increased demand for elderly pet care. Moreover, rising number of pet owners are perceiving pets as an important part of the family. This is resulting in upswing in expenditure on pet care. These factors along with rising disposable income of people worldwide are providing an up thrust to the market.
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Regional Insights:
North America is likely to be the largest regional market throughout the forecast horizon, owing to several definitive measures taken by various government animal welfare organizations to improve veterinary services in the U.S. and Canada. In the U.S. expansion of new animal education programs, including non-traditional programs seeking accreditation is estimated to improve access to these services, therefore widening the scope of adoption of veterinary services over the coming years.
On the other hand, Asia Pacific is poised to post the highest CAGR during the same period. Growing pet and livestock population in developed and emerging economies is one of the primary growth stimulants for the region. Furthermore, veterinary services are cost effective in long run as they help rural population in preserving their livestock.
In Japan, proportion of veterinarians catering to pets and other small animals is increasing, thus shaping the future of the market. Similarly, demand for veterinarians and their services is anticipated to increase in India owing to upsurge in demand for products such as meat and milk as a consequence of increasing population of the country.
Veterinary Services  Market Share Insights:
The market is highly fragmented in nature. Extensive animal welfare initiatives, mergers & acquisitions, and regional expansion strategies adopted by key players have supported the growth of the market. For instance, in May 2018, CVS Group Plc acquired Western Counties Equine Hospital. This acquisition was done to strengthen company’s position in the horses segment.
Moreover, in September 2017, Mars Inc. acquired VCA Inc. for approximately USD 9.1 billion. The acquisition has strengthened the company’s foothold in the global market. Furthermore, in January 2018, National Veterinary Care Ltd. entered into binding agreements to acquire four clinics located in Queensland and Victoria.
Report Scope:
Base year for estimation
Actual estimates/Historical data
2014 - 2017
Forecast period
2018 - 2025
Market representation
Revenue in USD Billion and CAGR from 2018 to 2025
Regional scope
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa
Country scope
U.S., Canada, Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain, Japan, China, India, South Africa
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Revenue forecast, company share, competitive landscape, growth factors and trends
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Segments Covered in the Report:
This report forecasts revenue growth at global, regional & country levels and provides an analysis on the industry trends in each of the sub-segments from 2014 to 2025. For the purpose of this study, Grand View Research has segmented the global veterinary services market report on the basis of animal type and region.

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