A non-profit organization

Igniting a Cultural Revolution in Veterinary Medicine by Mentoring People Who Care About Pets

NEW VISION VETERINARY IS BUILDING AN INNOVATIVE VETERINARY CAMPUS TO WIN THE FIGHT FOR VETERINARY PROFESSIONALS EVERYWHERE.

(Capital fundraising happening now!)

Cache County Shelter Construction

New Vision Veterinary Campus Building Rendering

The Fight

As veterinary professionals we struggle with the stresses of angry clients, degrading reviews, burn-out, and compassion fatigue, resulting in a potentially toxic veterinary culture.

Watch this short TEDx talk about What Being a Veterinarian Really Takes by Dr. Melanie Bowden showing the real crisis we face.

Hear from the Chair of the Board of Directors . A practicing Veterinarian.


NO MORE VET PROFESSIONAL SUICIDES

  • Our profession has the second highest suicide rate of any professional group in the country. Some studies indicate that as high as 1 in 6 veterinarians has considered suicide. Read more.

NO MORE HOMELESS PETS

  • We are an adoption guarantee facility. This means that EVERY animal considered adoptable by our veterinarians, will be cared for until an acceptable adoption family is identified.

NO MORE STRUGGLING VET STUDENTS

  • New graduating veterinarians now have an average of $183,000 in student debt.

  • Veterinary and Veterinary technician students do not have access to good, applied learning experiences.

  • For anyone interested in learning about the veterinary profession, it is difficult to find paying work that is animal related. Most places want volunteers.

  • The profession lacks leaders and mentors to guide and encourage future professionals.

  • Many veterinarians become business owners. Currently there is little, if any, education in veterinary school related to running a business.

NO MORE TOXIC VET CLINIC CULTURE

  • Most veterinarians (59%) would NOT recommend that their own children or friends enter the profession.

  • More than half of the veterinarians and veterinary technicians in the profession, feel that a very negative and toxic culture prevails in veterinary medicine today. A true sense of disappointment and lack of hope is a constant theme.

Be a Hero and Join the Revolution

BE A HERO

for your own personal pets

Visit a full service veterinary hospital and emergency clinic


BE A HERO

by joining our team

Be part of a state of the art learning facility for veterinarians, technicians, students, interns, and more!


BE A HERO

for neglected and abandoned pets

Visit our Adoption and Community Outreach center


BE A HERO

to yourself

Participate in the Emotional Revolution Academy to support your own mental well-being. Powered by Motyv.


BE A HERO

by donating to our revolution

Your financial support helps lost and abandon pets, pet owners in need, struggling veterinarians and students, veterinary technicians and nurses, and the veterinary field as a whole when you join the revolution!

The strategy to win!

OUR PARTNERS AND FRIENDS

USU

Bridgerland

Cache County, UT

MOTYV Academy

OUR BOARD MEMBERS

Dr. Nathan Whiting

Dr. Cody Faerber

Dr. Scott W. Carter

Susan Curtis, CVT, CPhT

Dr. Lyle McNeil

Dr. Travis Hill

Darla Clark

New Vision Veterinary Emotional Revolution

Creating tools and modules to support emotional well-being in the veterinary field

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The ultimate winners in this revolution are the pets we love and the cherished veterinary professionals that serve them!