/09 February 2017
Certain job roles require very specific things from workwear. Anyone in the medical profession, whether working with humans or animals, needs their clothing to be light and easy to wear, warm but breathable, practical in all situations, hardwearing, hygienic, and above all, easy to clean and care for.
Normal, everyday clothing is not geared up to the trials and tribulations of a medical professional’s daily life. This is why most medical roles adopt a uniform based on scrubs - the lightweight, simply-designed tops and trousers which are perfect for keeping both medical staff and those they are caring for safe from germs.
Veterinary staff need scrubs just as much as doctors and nurses. If you’re spending all day working with a range of animals, whether you’re stationed in a clean veterinary surgery treating the local cats and dogs, or travelling around the local farms, trudging through the mud to examine horses and cattle, you need workwear which is both comfortable and practical.
The best veterinary scrubs are manufactured with the greatest of care, using only the latest fabrics and technologies to ensure they are as hard-wearing as they can possibly be. They need to withstand frequent, high temperature washes to kill off germs and bacteria, as well as cleaning away the mud, blood and other bodily fluids often associated with the life of a vet.
Our scrubs for vets come in all sizes and in a wide range of colours to suit all tastes. They are unisex, so they suit everyone, and can come with large, accessible pockets to house all your essential items.
All of our scrubs for vets are manufactured to the highest possible standards to provide you with long-lasting, hard-wearing uniforms which not only look smart but stay clean for longer - ideal for the vet on the go.