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.
Earth Day – Teaming Up for Change
Earth Day is a day to raise awareness about global climate change and to consider ways we can make a positive impact, as individuals and with our teams.
Choosing a career that you love can be an important part of living a happy and meaningful life. But what does that “love” look like for someone who has chosen a career in veterinary medicine?
Veterinary Meeting & Expo 2022 may be in the rearview, but we’re still riding out the momentum of this exciting event!
We end the year with the warmest heartfelt thanks – we are incredibly grateful to our Rarebreed family for what they do every day to help pets, pet parents and the veterinary community. Their commitment to making a difference is unwavering, and so is our commitment to them.
Rarebreed’s chief growth officer, Dr. William Griffin, talks about innovation and growth in the veterinary field. He began his career with a successful 24-hour hospital that embraced state-of-the-art systems, a culture of teamwork and knowledge-sharing. He expanded this model as a founding member of Pathway Veterinary Alliance, followed by the consulting group VetEcoSystem.
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.
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!