We understand veterinarians. One leads our pet care practice.
Whether fueled by misunderstanding or miscommunication, it can result in disrespect and disconnects. Despite this, all share one powerful common bond: their commitment to the animals’ health and well-being. That’s why we advocate leading with love — for the animals and the veterinarians that serve them.
For veterinarians, it’s not a career. It’s a calling.
Most veterinarians connect their job with their identity. It’s not just what they do; it’s who they are. So they take anything that questions their reputation and commitment very personally. On the whole, veterinarians lead with their hearts, not their wallets or time.
For owners, their pet’s happiness and well-being are everything.
Almost all pet owners agree that they feel responsible for their pet’s happiness. But pets and their veterinary bills can be costly. Most people don’t truly understand the value of the services veterinarians deliver.
The Opportunity to Lead With Love
Build trust to reconnect the divide.
What if pet care marketers helped bridge the gap between pet owners and veterinarians? Veterinarians and pet parents don’t always see eye to eye, and pet brands often don’t seem to see veterinarians either. No one talks about the love they share in common. As a result, everyone suffers.