Welcome To Onswitch

We are proud to be recognised as a leading force in the understanding, training and delivery of the veterinary customer experience (Cx).


We make things happen, helping practices large and small around the globe put the customer at the heart of their business, driving improvements in team and client recruitment and retention, as well as boosting practice profitability.


Click below to see how we can help you and your team create a customer centred business.


During Covid-19 all our training courses are available remotely.



Onswitch’s core services cover four fundamental areas, and are instrumental to what they do


Call and Consult Coach


Coaching and training for individuals, teams and organisations


Speaker sessions at events and conferences and consultancy.

Established in 2001, our fundamental purpose has always remained the same – to inspire change and create customer-centred practice so that pets, horses and livestock receive the best care.


We passionately believe that improving the customer experience should always be the number one priority for veterinary practices and the animal healthcare industry. Only by fully understanding the customer journey can we make it better for the animal patients.


And once we make it better, together we can build sustainable businesses, motivated and stable teams, and a loyal client base.

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Team Onswitch have been on the road even more than usual of late. So far, so good. Until we got to Luton.   After a hard day’s CPD, we just fancied a nice chilled glass of wine. Not an unreasonable request in a successful international......

We’ve been visiting the same dentist since forever. A private dentist, mind, so goodness knows how many pounds have been extracted from our purse in the name of whiter teeth over the years.   The Onswitch dental routine features regular teeth whitening, using a product......

What is Vet CPD? Veterinary Continuing Professional Development (Vet CPD) is the process by which vets continually maintain, improve and broaden their professional and personal skills and knowledge to ensure they remain professionally competent. In the UK, all practising vets must undertake a minimum of......

Car tyres – not the most exciting things to spend a couple of hundred pounds on, but quite important as routine expenditure goes. Even more important than haircuts apparently.   So when the Onswitch car passed its recent MOT with an urgent advisory comment to......


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As we head to the weekend we wanted to share this great image

Connections across the Twitter universe gives us these great stories from our health care colleagues

So meet Noah, we dont know Noah but we do now following this connection via Kate

So how right Kate was

We love this.

Noah is a pharmacist
One of his patients asked to see his face which he couldn’t do
So he solves it with this great picture photo badge

This is so important for folks

Knowing who we are talking to and who is helping us with an important healthcare moment is all part of the trust building and connection

So simple
So easy
So impactful
So important


So well done Noah you made our day

So vet teams we can do this too
Photo badges can help folks know who you are behind the mask, visor and gowns

These little things matter so much
So one to add to the tool kit

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2 days ago


This was 10 years ago

The first ever Bertha day for the lovely folks at Cromwell Vets in Huntingdon

The start of a marvellous adventure of bringing great customer Experience CPD to practices via the gorgeous Bertha Bus

So 10 years later and the world has moved on

So ten fabulous years of great fun and great learning

Poignant memory today and a reminder to all of us that we have to make decisions to do things sometimes we really don’t want to make, but have to

So thankyou for the memories Bertha
Onwards and upwards
#Cx #Tx
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So a year ago it was the World Veterinary Association meeting in Auckland and it fell victim to the global pandemic

It went ahead as a virtual event and Alison did a series of sessions

Today a beautiful gift arrived from the organisers at NZVA to say thankyou

So #Shamii cat is admiring it and is pondering life as usual

So thankyou to the NZVA team for this surprise gift

And as it is Tuesday what do you think #Shamii cat is thinking today?

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Apologies if you were trying to get on the web today
Gremlins of unknown origin happened! Was off for a wee while now back on again
#Web #TurnItOffTurnItOnAgain


Just this
Well done @Noahhhh93 for taking the time to “connect”
We can “connect” in so many little ways that mean the world to patients and customer/ clients in Veterinary medicine #Empathy #Connect

Vote cast
Always voted
Have a read and pick someone
We are a self regulating profession so cast a vote
Voter turnout poor every year which means you get what others have voted for
So vote , imagine what might happen if 100% votes were used

So so pleased to see this live and out there for folks with small pets
A dedicated service for small mammals who are often very stressed by vets visits
Well done 👍
Check this out #OneVetTeam @AdeleWhartonVet

Congratulations to the team at Bury St Edmunds Vet on their 3 awards at the @vethelpdirect awards last night
Not yet 2 years old and open longer in a pandemic than not in a pandemic, thriving, growing and building a great reputation #Cx #Local #Community.

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