Welcome to the Vets Pets Weekly Update!

We’re excited to bring you the latest news, updates, and stories from across our North Carolina veterinary practices. Each week, we’ll share important announcements, highlight achievements, and sprinkle some fun along the way.

Your work makes a difference every day, and we want to celebrate you. If you have news or stories to share, please let us know by responding to any of these emails or reaching out to marketing@thevetspets.com.

The Vets Pets Team

Congratulations to Kelly Sosna!

Big congrats to Kelly Sosna from Wake Veterinary Medical Center! She recently referred multiple colleagues to Vets Pets/Wake including a specialist. Thank you for your trust in us!

If you know someone exploring job opportunities, please complete the online referral form. We will be in touch if there are any questions. We value your hard work and want to provide you with additional support. Some roles are more challenging to fill than others, so we offer extra incentives to help.

    ER, Specialist, Urgent Care or New Partner: $5,000
    General Practice: $1,000
    Part-time: $500 / Full-time: $1,000
    Part-time: $250 / Full-time: $500
    Part-time: $125 / Full-time: $250

If the individual you referred gets hired, we’ll provide half the bonus upfront and the rest after six months of employment. All that refer will also be entered in an raffle for a quarterly prize. 

Vets Pets Virtual Technician CE

You’ve asked, and we listened! We are excited to announce the launch of our Virtual Continuing Education series, specifically designed for veterinary technicians and assistants. This series aims to provide valuable insights and enhance your skills through engaging and informative sessions. The first session is just a few weeks away. Following that, sessions will be held on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM through October. Don’t miss this opportunity to advance your knowledge and expertise in the veterinary field!


Emergency Preparedness for the General Practice Team

Emergency preparedness involves comprehensive planning and regular training to ensure staff are prepared to treat the presenting emergent patient.  In this presentation, we will review common veterinary general practice emergencies and how to enhance your team’s readiness to respond effectively to these emergencies to ensure the continuity of veterinary care. 

July 23, 2024
7:00 PM
1 hours NCVMB Approved CE Credit

Carrie Fellows, MVCC, RVT
Director of Training & Development
Vets Pets

Dr. Aubrey Brown and Oak Heart Veterinary Hospital Featured on ABC 11 News

Health and Welfare Benefit Plan Summary Annual Report

It is time again for Vets Pets to provide a copy of the Summary Annual Report on Health and Welfare Benefit Plans.

The 2023 Health and Welfare Summary Annual Report is now posted on Employee Navigator. You can access it by logging in to the portal. You’ll find the document on the employee home page and in the Document Library. If you’d like a copy of the full report, just email Patricia Bullock, Benefits and Payroll Manager, at patriciabullock@thevetspets.com.

The veterinary profession offers both challenges and rewards. It’s crucial to pause regularly and acknowledge the positive experiences within your hospitals. We will start sharing a review each week from around the company. If you have a review you’d like to share, please respond to this email or reach out to marketing@thevetspets.com.

This week’s review acknowledges Dr. Jami Rose and the Zebulon Animal Hospital team. Well done!

Excellent care with timely follow ups by online chat or phone, very pleasant and caring staff. Dr. Jami Rose has provided care to our three dogs over the past 10 years and has been a valuable resource and provider aiding us through a challenging time dealing with a terminal disease in two of the three dogs. Over my past 10 years with Zebulon Animal Hospital they have maintained a high level of professionalism and animal patient care with a friendly and experienced staff. I’m looking forward to their new facility when built as they have definitely earned it, and will allow them to continue being an asset to the surrounding communities.

Col G.

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