VetStrategy hosts Ontario Veterinary College

VetStrategy was pleased to welcome the Ontario Veterinary College | University of Guelph on Thursday, October 18th to North Town Veterinary Hospital. As part of their Graduate Program, OVC offers an elective course known as Business & Professional Affairs. As a specialty course, this elective is open to only 5 students yearly who demonstrate an interest in the area of …

VetStrategy expands East

VetStrategy, Inc. Toronto, ON info@vetstrategy.com | tel: 1 (866) 901-6471 VetStrategy Acquires Canadian Veterinary Clinics/Cliniques Vétérinaires Canadiennes: Riverview Animal Hospital, Moncton Animal Clinic, Clinique Vétérinaires de Dieppe Toronto, ON- 30 Sept, 2012 – VetStrategy Inc. has officially acquired 3 new veterinary clinics on the Canadian East Coast: Riverview Animal Hospital in Riverview, New Brunswick, Moncton Animal Clinic in Moncton, New …

Mill Creek Animal Hospital voted Best in Edmonton

This week VetStrategy’s Mill Creek Animal Hospital was honoured to have been voted Best Animal Hospital in Edmonton in Vue Weekly’s Best of Edmonton 2012 Poll. Vue Weekly, a popular independent publication in Edmonton, Alberta, engages the community with progressive ideas from a local perspective. They recently polled the city for their thoughts in over 150 categories – including Best …

Clappison Animal Hospital to host Community Day Fundraiser

On Saturday, September 15th VetStrategy‘s Clappison Animal Hospital along with Country Tails Doggy Daycare will be hosting a Community Day. This initiative has been put together in order to celebrate 40 years with the community as well as connect & collaborate with other organizations in the area. The event will be held on the clinic grounds located at 780 Highway …

Dr. Clayton Greenway on GlobalTV News

July 9th, 2012 our very own Dr. Clayton Greenway was featured on GlobalTV News! Speaking about pet insurance, the clip can be found HERE on GlobalTV’s website. Dr. Greenway works at both Coxwell Animal Clinic and West Hill Animal Clinic within the VetStrategy network and we are very proud of hospital’s participation in such a unique opportunity. Congratulations to Dr. Greenway & Thank You …

VetStrategy’s Morinville Veterinary Clinic Featured in Free Press Article

On Tuesday, August 7th, VetStrategy’s Morinville Veterinary Clinic was featured in the Morinville-Gibbons Free Press Article out of Alberta. Written by Cynthia Wandler, the article talks about the clinic’s Adoption Unit and how members of the community can go about becoming a Forever Home for sheltered animals. VetStrategy is pleased to share the article with you via MVC’s website. Click …

Joining forces with North Hill Animal Hospital. Welcome to VetStrategy!

VetStrategy is ecstatic to announce we have acquired a new clinic in Ontario! North Hill Animal Hospital in Bolton is the newest addition to our VetStrategy network. Since 1986, Dr. Kerr has run a very successful practice for the Bolton, Caledon, Brampton and Woodbridge areas. The clinic has been a staple in the community – even with a change of location …

Medical Rounds – Creating Feline Friendly Environments in our Clinics

Dr. Karen Allen shared her notes from a recent VetStrategy Medical Rounds discussion on Creating Feline Friendly Environments in our Clinics.  This session of rounds was the first to include not only veterinarians, but also some of the technicians. Debra from Mission Ridge, and Rebecca from Park Road were able to joined the discussion. Dr. Allen describes them as “the brave …

It’s a Wrap! Thank you Alberta for an Amazing Summit!

No great Summit would be complete without the closing ceremony. After some final thoughts from Dr. Ernie Ward on Follow Up Care & a recap of his finest points of the day, it was time for VetStrategy executives Jon Shell and Orin Litman to take the stage. This was an opportunity for Jon & Orin to address the clinics all …

Busy Alberta Summit Afternoon

After a successful morning at the VetStrategy Alberta Summit, things were looking extremely positive for the afternoon. It was asked for members to report to a certain area based on their clinic position. This was the opportunity for doctors to interact directly with other doctors, techs with other techs, assistants with assistants, and receptionists were back together again. Each group …