You deserve best-in-class products when caring for your patients.
No one better understands what veterinary care teams need quite like you. Your experience as a clinical practitioner is the secret sauce we need to develop best-in-class veterinary products that increase your success when caring for your patients.
First, we listen. Then we build.
Voice of the Vet™ allows you to vocalize and share your knowledge and expert insights that are unique and specific to clinical practice, so we can build meaningful products that elevate the standard of patient care, increase your productivity, and grow clinic revenue.
Your Voice Matters
There is no fine print.
That’s right, there is no cost to join and membership is open to veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary nurses, veterinary assistants, practice managers, and veterinary students.
We get it, you’re crazy busy making a difference for animals and their humans. So program participation is up to you. But remember, the more feedback and time you’re willing to give, the more we can focus on creating the best-in-class products you deserve and need most!
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Share your knowledge and expertise via surveys, emails, workshops, events, and more to influence the development of new veterinary solutions that increase the standard of patient care and your success as a practitioner.
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Voice of the Vet™ Blog
Problem-solving, confidence, and care. All things veterinarians have in common, but for Bianca Ortolani, they are critical to success in practice. As an associate veterinary in Waltham, Massachuset...
As a veterinary technician specialist in clinical pathology, Lori Balliet wears many hats. Whether it’s teaching students to count and differentiate 100 cells from a blood smear or supervising th...
After nine years of practicing medicine, Dr. Galvan has seen a lot and learned even more. After years of experience, there are a lot of things he wishes he could have learned back in veterinary sch...
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