Once upon a time, not too long ago, in-house laboratory machines did not exist, digital x-rays were unheard of and nobody placed microchips. Veterinary medicine sure has come a long way and is continually evolving to enhance patient care and make everyone’s lives a little easier.
Since we’ve come such a long way, it is fun to fantasize about where we’ll be in the future. Here is how I see veterinary medicine changing in the next 100 years. First off, it will be all about technology. I imagine a world where microchips are still placed, but they instead hold an incredible amount of information that will transform the visit of our patients.