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Paws in Motion Core Values and Mission

Paws in Motion Core Values and Mission

We reviewed our core values to ensure our team are aligned in their work.

Wednesday 30th June 2021

Core Values

This week I decided our team should review our Paws in Motion company core values, so we can be sure to align new employees with our values and mission. From 60 qualities or values, each team member selected 10 values which we felt represented our colleagues at Paws in Motion. The finding was unanimous! All our team member’s selections included these 5 values:

  • Commitment to customers
  • Compassion
  • Quality
  • Passion
  • Teamwork

Backed up with our next 5 most identified values: Reputation, Trustworthiness, Knowledge, Self-respect and Continuous Learning. So proud to say …….This is Paws in Motion!


Mission

“Making Pets Fit for Life” – our mission is to provide the benefits of physiotherapy and rehabilitation to pet patients.

  • To improve mobility and return to function for pets recovering from injury or surgery
  • To enhance comfort and quality of life in aging pets and enable them to live their life to the fullest potential
  • To advance the fitness of pets to meet their owner’s needs for life’s adventures
  • To share our expertise and support our veterinary community in doing the same .

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