Pet Peace of Mind Selected as Finalist in National Competition

July 17, 2017

Pet Peace of Mind (PPOM), the only nonprofit organization dedicated to helping hospice and palliative care organizations meet the needs of their patients with pets, has been selected as one of three finalists in the nonprofit category for the 2017 Veterinary Innovation Council’s VIC Innovation Awards.

The goal of this award program is to recognize, cultivate and celebrate innovation in the veterinary profession and animal health industry. Nominations for the 2017 VIC Innovation Awards were received from members of the veterinary community between February and May 2017. A-16 member advisory board selected a subset of the most innovative nominees to be presented to the animal health industry for crowd-sourced voting which began July 1. The voting period is open until noon ET on September 30, 2017. Voting is open to any member of the veterinary and animal health communities.

To cast a vote, visit www.vicawards.com/vote.

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