Don’t we all believe that animals should be entitled to the best possible care we can give them? At CDMV, we are true believers in the idea that veterinarians and their teams are at the very core of what it means to make a difference in the lives of animals, big or small.
That’s why for us, absolutely every little thing we do is fueled by our desire to help veterinary teams. At the end of the day, our entire purpose is to enable them to do what they do best.
CDMV might seem like a sizeable organization but rest assured that every team member has one thing in common: we all share this vibrant flame that pushes us to constantly do better. Ultimately, that keeps us in overdrive so we can help animal health professionals focus on the well-being of their patients. We’re all about creating tangible, significant value for veterinarians and their teams.
How do we do what we do? How do we make sure we get better every day, today and for years to come? We foster passion. We cultivate devotion. We fuel our own flame. We push boundaries so we can collectively feed this inner fire. The bottom line is that we know real value only comes from exceeding goals and expectations. Now step inside and feel our inner fire.
I believe in the importance of informing and educating the teams at head office in order to help them get a feel of our great country’s different territories and familiarize them with the characteristics, realities, challenges and issues specific to each region.
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My future was all mapped out from an early age: I would study in a field that would allow me to make a difference in the lives of animals!
the heart grow fonder
Despite this pan-Canadian reality, our clients have to be served with all the attention and rigour they deserve, no matter where they’re located.
heart of our decisions
We are adamant about placing our clients at the heart of our actions. It’s more than just words on a page – it’s a reality.
In fact, I see my role as similar to that of a conductor, who makes sure that each member of the orchestra knows their role, knows their score, and respects the tempo in order to create perfect harmony, with no false notes.