Our Story

About Ready, Vet, Go

We help your practice attract, hire, mentor, and retain new veterinary graduates.

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Mission Statement

We provide veterinary practices and new vets a successful path to a collaborative and long-term relationship; ensuring the future and well-being of our profession.

We help practice owners attract and mentor new grads; increasing new hire retention and productivity.

We help new veterinary graduates feel supported and confident in their first job; enhancing job satisfaction, increasing productivity, and decreasing burnout.
We help experienced vets find renewed joy and growth in their profession by providing them with a framework to support and mentor new veterinary graduates.

Diversity Statement

At Ready, Vet, Go, we celebrate diversity. We feel that teams are better when they are more diverse in age, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, and perspective. We want all veterinary professionals, team members, and mentees we work with to feel valued and respected.

Meet Our Founder

Meet Our Founder


Dr. Dani Rabwin is as passionate and excited about veterinary medicine today as she was when she graduated from UC Davis in 2004. Her love for this field comes through to her clients, colleagues, and the host of veterinary and technician students and new grads she has mentored over the years. Dr. Rabwin’s unique combination of enthusiasm and experience makes her the perfect person to help elevate veterinary mentorship.

Meet Our Mentor


Dr. Lauren Geiger was born and raised in New York, New York. For her undergraduate studies, she attended The State University of New York at Binghamton, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Dr. Geiger then earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University in 2005. As part of her clinical training, she attended Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine. In 2008, she moved from New York to Boulder, Colorado, where she resides with her husband and two cats named Walter and Emmett. In 2015, Dr. Geiger became certified in acupuncture for small animals. Dr. Geiger has worked as an associate veterinarian for veterinary hospitals and as a medical director for a large corporation. In 2020 she became a relief veterinarian starting her own business assisting hospitals all over Colorado, Utah, and New York.

Meet Our Mentor<br />
Meet Our Mentor

Meet Our Mentor


Dr. Gretchen Pearson has 25 years of practice experience in small and large animal medicine. She is licensed in 5 states, combining traditional and holistic laser, acupuncture, herbal, and stem cell therapies. She has designed, built, and owned two veterinary hospitals-including AAHA accredited- and has led multiple veterinary groups from all backgrounds, potentiating each individual skill set and talent that support a cohesive and unified team mindset. In addition, she is a medical content writer for a veterinary encyclopedia project, an industry expert consultant, a pre-veterinary student mentor, and a published author. Her interests include geriatric and alternative medicine, telehealth, exceptional client communication, and empathetic, compassionate care.

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