Stream Valley Veterinary Hospital
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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
  • Industry
    Hospitals & Health Clinics
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Customer Service Representative in Ashburn, VA
on February 19, 2021
I worked for SVVH for awhile and at first it was great but then I regretted it. The management would yell at you in front of customer. Always loyal to long time customer and would take thier side over yours. Bibg yelled at by the drs. Constantly adding more and more lists to do for your weekly assignment so it never could get done. Biggest thing was lack of training and communication was horrible. Haveing to come in on days offs for meetings that we weren't paid for. Staff had favorites and would turn on you in a instant.
Marketing in Ashburn, VA
on May 26, 2021
Stream Valley has gone through plenty of changes over the past few years, which are mostly positive. The team really meshes well for the first time in a long time. Of course, there are bumps along the road and the work culture can be off-balanced, but I try to stay in my lane. Communication does need to improve so that everyone understands what they need to do, but in a constructive way. The negativity or attitudes towards others can be a lot sometimes.As someone who doesn't have a background in veterinary medicine, I definitely learn something new everyday. I've enjoyed learning more about pet health care and all aspects of the business. Everyone works hard to give the best care for all pets who come through our doors. The hardest part of my job is trying to get everyone on board with the tasks that I need them to participate in. Not everyone puts in effort for getting involved. It can be frustrating, but there are employees who show interest in helping me accomplish my tasks. I still feel appreciated. I just think that good motivators could help more with getting others on board. On the other hand, the most enjoyable part of the job is being around animals. It always brings a smile to my face when they get excited to see me.Overall, working at Stream Valley has its ups and downs. Strong personalities can lead to conflict but empathy for others goes a long way. I think the building could use a nice refresh, too. Still, we've come a long way from years past on a positive upswing with cooperative and friendly staff.
Kennel Attendant in Broadlands, VA
on May 19, 2021
I am a kennel attendant at Stream Valley Veterinary Hospital. I applied for the job as a way to make money and get some experience in a vet practice. I didn't realize it would be so much more than that. The people who work here are great, and I have been given so many opportunities to grow (for example, I am training to be a technician right now). The practice is cozy and homely, and the medicine is top tier.
Kennel Attendant in Ashburn, VA
on July 7, 2020
I wanted this place to be a really great place to work. It had good benefits, decent pay, and obviously working with animals is amazing. I also really enjoyed the fact that we were encouraged to jump in and get hands on with learning and advancing ourselves. The owner is an amazing veterinarian and I hoped to learn a ton while I was there.The big issue with this place was mostly the emotional environment. It was quickly apparent that no matter how well you did in your position, the first mistake that you made overshadowed every good thing you did. I often felt like I (and other workers) could not speak out about how we felt for fear of being reprimanded further.The owner also expected us to spend any and all of our free time (which there was not much of, despite her insistence) doing even more work. We were told that it wasn't required work, but, if we were looking to see any sort of praise or pay raise, we were expected to do it. Oh, and we were constantly threatened with being fired for not doing it or if anything else was going wrong in the slightest.In essence, if you are a workaholic, love animals, and don't mind being criticized every day, this is a great place for you, otherwise, stay away.
Kennel Attendant in Ashburn, VA
on April 26, 2020
This is my absolute favorite job ever! Great place to work. Coworkers are great, but you do have some bad seeds, but what place doesn't. Owner is fantastic and makes sure everyone is actively learning, though, like anyone, she can have bad days. And the animals, they were the best part! The pet owners were great, too! All in all, this is a great place.

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