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know a pawesome vet receptionist? petplan wants to reward them!

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  • Posted by Jules Benson on
    VP Veterinary Services of Petplan


By now, you already know that Petplan is looking for veterinary professionals to honor in several categories. In 2015, we’re excited to be extending the honor to one exceptional receptionist as well. Help us pick a Receptionist of the Year!


by pup-ular demand
We heard the barks and meows last year that you wanted a Receptionist of the Year award, and we listened! Receptionists are often the first face pets and pet parents see at a vet hospital – and the first person who answers the phone – so they have a unique ability to create a lasting paws-itive impression of their practice.

We’re hoping to sniff out Veterinary Receptionists who do that in spades, going out of their way to offer amazing customer service, while serving as valuable members of the practice team.

We encourage you to share personal “tails” of a special receptionist who has impacted the life and the health of your four-legged family. Your nominee could be one of three Finalists chosen to receive an all-expense-paid trip to Petplan’s 2015 Veterinary Awards Dinner in Orlando, FL, this January, where the winners will be announced!

the paw-ticulars
Anyone who works primarily as a Receptionist at a veterinary hospital in the United States or Canada is eligible for a nomination, even if their title is slightly different from “Receptionist.”

Nominations are currently being accepted, but you only have until midnight EST on August 31 to tell us why your Vet Receptionist is the best, paws-down!  

an extra treat
To top it off, everyone who submits a nomination will be entered into our weekly drawings to win $50 PetSmart gift cards – rewards all around! Nominate your favorite Vet Receptionist today!

Stay tuned to the Vets for Pets blog – as well as our fetch! health newsletterFacebookTwitter and Pinterest pages – for updates.

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