It’s been an amazing year for us at Vetser. Since our launch in November 2020, we’ve seen triple digit growth as we make veterinary care more accessible to more pet owners across North America.
And now we’re being recognized for our innovation.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve been named “Overall Pet HealthCare Company of the Year” in the 3rd Annual Pet Innovation Awards Program. It’s the industry’s most robust recognition platform for the innovators and leaders of the pet industry.
“The veterinary community has been under tremendous pressure to serve the growing number of pet parents and their pets under highly constrained circumstances,” said Vetster CEO, Mark Bordo. “Vetster’s telehealth platform and open marketplace approach empowers veterinarians and clinic owners to expand their business in new ways using technology while rising to meet the needs of pet owners everywhere.”
The mission of the annual Pet Innovation Awards Program is to honour innovation and recognize the excellence, hard work and success in a range of Pet Care industry categories, including Apparel, Grooming & Cleaning, Food & Treats, Health, Housing, Toys, Training, Retailers & Services and more. The 2021 Pet Innovation Awards attracted more than 1,250 nominations from around the world.
This award is just the beginning. We’ve got so much planned for the future of Vetster and we can’t wait to share as we help pet parents everywhere.
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The holidays are coming up: a time where extra special foods, treats, and snacks are shared to spread our gratitude and celebrate special moments. Many of us have furry companions, and we love to share special occasions — and food — with them. But, there can be dangers lurking in the food consumed during a holiday feast.
Bathing your dog during the summer is usually an act of necessity: heat, mud, and puddles or lake water can leave your dog less than fresh. But what about the rest of the year? Continue reading to find out how often you should bathe your pet, what to consider when developing your bathing schedule, and some tips and tricks to make bathing efficient and fun.
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