New Veterinary Services Organization aims to take care of the people who take care of our pets
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WALTHAM, Mass. - AstroBug -- For the last few years veterinarians have seen practices change hands time and time again, with little to no regard for the people and an intense focus on the bottom line. For those veterinarians who are looking to infuse new life and energy into the legacy that they have built, without sacrificing quality of care for their patients and doctors, look no further. Vet's Best Friend is a Veterinary Services Organization, passionate about creating the premier boutique experience for the pet industry. Driven by innovation and technology. Forever challenging the status quo.

Founder and CEO, Jeff Wilson, is leading the charge to create a differentiated platform from the ground-up, focused on providing the best possible work environment for team members and great care for pets. "We invest in people who want to change the pet care industry for the better. That means never being afraid to do what's right, especially if the well-being of a person or pet is at stake. If you want to "partner" with a corporate group, that's just not us. Our strategy for all of our investments is to work with exceptional people and provide them with the resources and expertise to rapidly scale their business and make a lasting difference."

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Originally from Massachusetts, these leaders have returned home to ensure that the legacies built by so many vet hospitals, boarding facilities and daycares in this region continue to grow and thrive for generations to come.

Vet's Best Friend can be found at www.vetsbestfriend.com, as well as at national pet care conferences/events across the country. For those looking to follow the exciting news ahead, follow along on instagram @vetsbestfriendusa

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Vet's Best Friend Marketing
Public Relations Team
***@lorient.pet


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