Arrow Uniforms are now the supplier of the National Uniform for Veterinary Nurses
In 2004 the NZVNA launched a national uniform for veterinary nurses.The national uniform was initiated to reflect the growing sense of real professionalism of veterinary nurses. It makes a veterinary nurse instantly recognisable to clients, visitors to the practice and to the public in general. It will allow greater differentiation between staff as a client will know whether they are talking to a veterinarian, a veterinary nurse or a receptionist, and may have more faith in the advice given knowing it comes from a qualified veterinary nurse. The uniform is voluntary but the response to an informal survey at conference was 3:1 in favour.
These Tunics are constructed from a lightweight yet tough polycotton fabric
Features of the Tunic: