" Fabulous app made by vets for vets. Easy to learn, easy to implement, and so many great features. The developers are very responsive to questions and feedback, and have implemented more than one of my suggestions in their updates. Highly recommended. I have already seen increased revenue from the loyalty program, and clients love it!– Dr. Lisa Fiorenza, Staten Island Veterinary Group " Many pets need better health care, from basic wellness and preventive care to the advanced testing and treatments available today.
This is especially true for cats due to widespread lack of awareness of their needs and their subtle signs of sickness, coupled with the challenges of transporting cats to veterinary practices. Vet2Pet is an innovative way for connecting with clients and connecting cats and dogs to care."– Dr. Jane BruntOwner of Cat Hospital At Towson in Maryland and Exec. Director of CATalyst Council, Inc. " We are very happy with the process.
We've had at least 2 extra purchases this month (that I happened to hear) of clients wanting to 'get their loyalty stamp'. This is only our first month, I expect the buzz to grow. We had 1 client in for a second opinion (who) was excited to change completely to us because she liked us and she loves dealing in apps.– Dr. Kim Morey, Woodland Trails Animal Hospital " I could not be happier with our new Vet2Pet App.
The loyalty program has increased clients bonding to my practice while making them feel more appreciated. Before Vet2Pet I researched several loyalty programs AND previously had a more expensive app for over a year that was a complete failure. The incorporation of the loyalty program and other client-centered features made the decision easy for me. The Vet2Pet app required virtually no training for my staff to recommend and implement.
I would highly recommend it to any vet practice.– Kent Julius, DVM, Legacy Veterinary Hospital " If I have questions, you and your fabulous team are an email away. I signed up for the next webinar too. I'm really excited about getting our clients on the app. I think the new format is amazing and I know our clients will love it. It's such a great tool to build that clinic/client/patient bond.– Amy Chacon, Washington Blvd Animal Hospital " The app is awesome!!!! The whole reception team is onboard and loving it.
The clients absolutely love it. We are going to have a whole team meeting so all of the technicians and doctors are familiar with it too. You guys did an awesome job!!!"– Jessica Higgins, Practice ManagerClermont Animal Hospital " Your help has really been a benefit to our clinic! We are proceeding forward with the bundle package available with Patterson. This has turned into a great opportunity to streamline our external marketing and save on costs.
–Jana, Director of AdministrationDells Veterinary Services " Everyone loves it, the clients love it and the Client Service Team loves it. It just works! I can definitely tell it’s making a difference. We are revamping our retail department now. It’s not just icing on the cake, it’s a whole other cake!– Steven Wilson, Bayleaf Veterinary Hospital " Everything about Vet2Pet and the APP is virtually effortless.
The Vet2Pet website, their APP training, marketing materials and customer service is top notch! Stacee and the team at Vet2Pet are extremely responsive and working with them is truly a joy. We are very pleased with the value of the app; from the navigation to the quick and easy food & rx order forms, selfie shots and of course the loyalty program and so much more! Thank you for creating this great product!– Donna Lloyd, HM @ Princeton Animal Hospital & Carnegie Cat Clinic " We are continually amazed at how progressive and innovative Vet2Pet is.
Clients love the ease of the App and it has been a great way for us to get information about new services and promotions out to our loyal clients. Keep up the great work!– Lisa A. Yackel, Case Veterinary Hospital " It was so much fun to build and customize our app! My team loves it, and so do our clients. The number of functions and the ease of use of the app are super easy to communicate. The ongoing support from Vet2Pet has also been exceptional.
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DVM, Diplomate ABVP (Avian Practice), Diplomate ABVP (Exotic Companion Practice) Education: BA – Boston University, 1990 DVM – Tufts University, 1994 Residency: North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine (NCSU-CVM), 1995-1997 Board Certification: American Board of Veterinary Practitioners – Avian Practice, 1997 (recertified 2006 and 2016) American Board of Veterinary Practitioners – Exotic Companion Mammal Practice, 2012 Professional Accomplishments: Dr.
Powers worked in general private practice for a year before her residency and for five years after her residency at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine (NCSU-CVM) before joining the staff at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in 2002. Dr. Powers is also an adjunct assistant professor at NCSU-CVM. She currently serves as the president of the Association of Avian Veterinarians (AAV).
She served as the chairperson of the AAV Research Committee from 2006 through 2012. She served as vice-president of the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians (AEMV) from 2007 to 2009, and served as a board member for the AEMV from 2007 to 2010. She was a 2011 and 2012 recipient of the AAV President’s Award for Outstanding Service, the 2008 recipient of the AEMV President’s Award, and has received numerous other professional honors and awards.
Dr. Powers has written more than twenty scientific journal articles and book chapters and has lectured extensively locally, regionally, and nationally. Dr. Powers completed a clinical drug safety trial for the use of Advantage Multi for Cats (Bayer) in domestic ferrets, and has conducted several other research studies while at Carolina Veterinary Specialists, including an investigation into the metabolism of the anticonvulsant drug phenobarbital in African grey parrots and ongoing studies investigating a newly characterized intestinal parasite of cockatiels, Spironucleus meleagridis.
Areas of Special Interest: Avian and Exotic Critical Care and Emergency Medicine, Avian Neurologic Diseases, Immune-Mediated and Endocrine Diseases of Ferrets, Cardiac Diseases of Ferrets Selected Publications: Speer B, Powers LV. Anatomy and disorders of the beak and oral cavity of birds. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice. 2016;19(3):707-736. Levy MG, Powers LV, Gore KC, Marr HS.
Spironucleus meleagridis, an enteric diplomonad protozoan of cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus): Preliminary molecular characterization and association with clinical disease. Veterinary Parasitology 2015;208(3):169-173. Northrup NC, Barron HW, Aldridge C, Powers LV, Greenacre CB, Hutcheson J, Morrisey JK. Outcome for client-owned domestic rabbits undergoing limb amputation: 34 cases (2000-2009). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2014;244:950-955.
Powers LV, Papich, M. Pharmacokinetics of orally administered phenobarbital in African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus erithacus). Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2011;34(6): 615-617. Powers LV. Bacterial and parasitic diseases of ferrets. Veterinary Clinics of North America Exotic Animal Practice 2009;12:531–561.