It has been my life-long dream to be a veterinarian and to help animals. I am passionate about veterinary medicine because I care about my patients and I am inspired to consistently improve my approach to medicine with a forward-thinking perspective.
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2015
Montclair Veterinary Hospital announced today that Dr. Gary Richter has been nominated as America’s Favorite Veterinarian in the 3rd Annual America’s Favorite Veterinarian Awards from the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF). The contest celebrates the extraordinary relationships pet owners share with their veterinarians while recognizing the other pivotal roles veterinarians play in society as medical professionals in animal health research, food safety, public health, government services and academia.
With more than 70,000 veterinarians in America, it is an outstanding achievement to be nominated and these nominees, such as Dr. Richter, are setting the standard for today’s veterinary medicine.
“It is an honor to be recognized and included in this incredible list of nominees,” said Dr. Gary Richter. “It has been my life-long dream to be a veterinarian and to help animals. I am passionate about veterinary medicine because I care about my patients and I am inspired to consistently improve my approach to medicine with a forward-thinking perspective.”
From now until September 1st, people cast their votes daily at http://www.ThePetconcierge.com/CastYourVote.
Winners will be announced in September.
About Dr. Richter: Gary Richter, MS, DVM is certified in veterinary acupuncture as well as veterinary chiropractic. As owner and medical director of Montclair Veterinary Hospital and Holistic Veterinary Care in Oakland, California, Dr. Richter understands the benefits of both conventional and holistic treatment methods. His professional goal is to provide a center where pets can receive effective holistic and regenerative therapies in conjunction with the highest quality Western medical care. He also places great emphasis on the well being of the pet owner, knowing that a sick pet can cause great strain and strong emotions. He instills this understanding in his staff and works to ensure that both pet and owner are treated with the utmost care and respect.
About The AVMF: The American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) is the charitable arm of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). For over 50 years the AVMF has been dedicated to embracing and advancing the well-being and medical care of animals. Charitable contributions and support to the Foundation help veterinarians care for animals. Initiatives include: Humane Outreach-Animal Welfare, Education and Public Awareness, Animal Health Research Support, Student Enhancement and Support of the American Veterinary Medical Association and its Initiatives. The AVMF, a four-time four-star rated nonprofit by Charity Navigator, has awarded more than $10 million in the last decade.