No one ever thought that economics would determine life and death? At least in veterinary school this isn’t taught. Veterinary medicine is supposed to be about healing based little ambiguous clues and a mute patient., it isn’t about dollar signs. Problem is that the real world,,, well, the real world is not so. The real world is about emotions, desire, compassion, lack of empathy, the holy dollar, and hidden innuendos that decide fate in shrugs and whispers just out of the veterinarians ear shot. Medicine may be based in science, but it lives in shadows you step lightly through. I believe this as both a veterinarian and a client.
Seems there is this dichotomy between those that can and do and the level of care veterinarians provide. It is the eternal story of the ‘haves’ who thrive and the ‘have not’s’ who struggle to survive in a profit based meets available high quality care.
In veterinary medicine there is no place for the ‘have’s’ and the ‘have-nots’ to meet and assist one another. Why not? (Well, we at Pawbly have no idea?).
Pawbly is created to be this place. The meeting ground for help from all sides regardless of title, status, or location.
Our goal is to provide assistance in the form of educational information, empowerment to find, utilize, or acquire the exact goods and services your pet needs, and to do it with as much transparency and integrity as possible.
It is a lofty goal but it is what your pet deserves and what is too often lacking in the current veterinary and pet care marketplace.
Pawbly is a community. It is open to everyone who loves pets. We are your voice, your concerns and we want to be what helps your pet live a longer and healthier life! Please join us!
It is FREE after all.