I dont have a problem with it...cameras are everywhere....
Given that there are attractive street drugs at vet offices....it may even help them to reduce their insurance costs.
I totally agree with what both of you have said. I have been going to the same Vet Clinic for 16 years now. If they installed cameras it wouldn't bother me at all.I have absolutely no problem with that. It's their place of business and security cameras give both you and the vet a form of protection.
My only thought was WHY would cameras be necessary. <- I mean I don't mind them being at the vet waiting room or private exam room or whatever, I just don't see the point.
But wouldn't it make more sense to have those cameras where there are things worth stealing? Do vets normally have meds in exam rooms?
Wow. I guess I am just small town naive because it never occurred to me that people would do that at the vet. :bowl:Not if they have a gun pointed at the front desk person in the waiting room or at a vet tech the exam room. Plus the more cameras there are, the harder it would be to avoid all of them on the way to where the drugs are kept (if an after-hours break in).
I know, and I think one of our favorite vets is gone now, and I suspect it's due to this big brother attitude. The timing is too soon to be coincidental.I hadn't thought of the big brother aspect with a big practice. Talk about a way to flush employee morale down the tubes. Boo, hiss, on that account. That's very troublesome to me.