Rebranding Austin Corner Vet

As Corner Vet expanded in Austin, a dark cloud named Corner Vet in Houston also grew – as another business, with another owner and another way of providing care.  In order to remain true to our ethos, we decided to re-name and evolve from Corner Vet to not be associated with the other Texas clinics.

As concepts developed, Paz (meaning ‘peace’) became a much better fit for this practice.

Since emanating peaceful vibes is what this practice aims to share with both animal and human clientele, we adopted St. Francis as our patron Saint and symbol and coined ‘Peace to All’ as our new tagline.

Look for the new Paz signs on Cesar Chavez and South 1st in Austin, and take a moment to check out the incredible interiors as well. There is a beautiful painting by Mississippi artist Ginger Williams-Cook in the new S. 1st lobby, and there are are fine art prints throughout the building.

 

 

  • “Y'all provide such great vision and hope for organizations like ours to match our visual representation with the gritty, soulful, heartfelt on the ground work we do for the community. ”
    Emily Mares, MSSW
    Urban Roots
  • “I can't tell you what an awesome, easy experience it has been[...]. We are extremely happy with the updated look! It will really increase our chances at getting national grants, giving us the chance to bring art and social emotional learning to more kids.”
    Kristina Thompson
    Creative Action
  • “[They]'re always in authentic (yay buzzword!) form that doesn't change whether we're talking mockups or river swimming.”
    Katrina Hercules
  • “They are a vivid extension of our own family and our own philosophy.”
    Nicholas M. Vaughan DVM, MBA
    Paz Veterinary
  • “…fine folks, doing fine work, contributing fine design to our community.”
    Annie Taylor
    Annie's Omnium

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