Vets wearing Dr Woof Apparel Scrubs

6 Reasons The Vet World is Going Wild for These Jogger Scrubs

Hint: It's not just that they make your 🍑 look good.




They're stretchy

When you move they move (just like that)
Gif of a nurse doing yoga in Dr. Woof Scrubs

At 6% spandex, with poly for sweat-wicking — our joggers may look like workwear but they perform like gym wear.



They keep your crack under wraps

Before and after of a person bending down. With the after shot having the bottom fully covered on bending.

Some pants have a drawstring. Some pants have elastic. These babies have both. They pull in nice & snug around the waist — so you can get on the floor for puppy cuddles without giving the practice a peep show.



They last for F&*King ever

Wash it & wear it. Over & over. For years & years.
A close up of Dr. Woof Scrubs showing the stitching quality.

We're all about sloooow fashion. That means no cost cutting, and no cutting corners on materials, design, construction or quality control. When we make your joggers, the only thing we cut is the fabric.



You won't look like a furry at the end of your shift

Unless you're into that. #wedontjudge
A vet wearing Dr. Woof scrubs and dressing like a furry

When it comes to pet hair, anti-static fabrics gave us mixed results. So instead we went with 20% rayon (aka vegan silk) for scrubs so smooth hair brushes off with a flick of the wrist.



They really are softer than pyjamas

Seriously, it's not just us saying that 👇
A vet student laying down in Dr. Woof scrubs to have a pre-shift nap



They're for vet workers, by vet workers

Our founders

It's not just that we know what makes good scrubs for vetmed. It's that we give a flying Sugar Squirrel about the community. That's why we've got your back with:

✅ Free shipping over $100
✅ Personal service (ain't nobody got time for chatbots)
A 60-day money-back guarantee*


Ready to meet your new favourite scrub pants?