Turning the Veterinary
Profession on its Head
Learn How We Inspire, Brighten and
Enlighten Lives Every Day
No other dog can be mistaken for a Puli. No other veterinary consolidator can be mistaken for Rarebreed. Need more proof? Check out our blog.
Veterinary Technicians and a Career Filled with Appreciation
I’ve been a veterinarian for 32 years, and during that time, veterinary technicians have been the lifeblood of every practice I’ve been part of.
Our veterinary technicians are a talented, caring, resilient team, and the heart and soul of our veterinary practices,” said Dan Espinal, Rarebreed CEO and co-founder. “They have sharp minds and caring hearts, and we are forever grateful for their contributions to our hospitals’ successes.
Rarebreed Further Champions the Pursuit of Excellence in Patient and Practice Team Care by Naming Veterinary Leader, Dr. Heather Loenser, Chief Veterinary Officer
Rarebreed welcomes rockstar veterinary leader, Dr. Heather Loenser, to our team as chief veterinary officer, demonstrating – in a big way! – our commitment to advancing patient and practice team care. Read on to learn why Dr. Loenser values curiosity, humility, and the importance of scaling expertise.
Make room — Rarebreed is creating a new kind of veterinary workplace. A working environment where team members feel supported, valued, heard – and excited to come to work every day.
We’re a proactive bunch and want to provide Rarebreed’s employees with the best possible workplace and culture. After all, we are a wellness-focused company
Rarebreed is proud to announce that our own co-founders, Dan Espinal and Sean Miller, have been recognized as finalists in the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2021 New England Awards program.
I know firsthand that family can truly change your perspective. So when Dan Espinal and I founded Rarebreed Veterinary Partners, we were committed to infusing the built-in support system of “family” as the framework of our company culture.
Turning Social Media into a Telephone Rather than a Television
We like dialogues, not monologues. Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram to see how we applaud healthcare team successes, engage on social causes, ask questions about patients, embrace medical advances and celebrate pet holidays!