Oceanside Animal Clinic has been a Long Beach Peninsula staple for more than 25 years. Now they have a new logo, and a website at oceansideveterinary.com!
The beachdog.com resident and foster dogs have enjoyed having Oceanside Animal Clinic as their vet for nearly two decades. We’ve not been able to do much for the clinic, however. Basics like envelopes and business cards were all that was needed.
New to the practice is Dr. Kelly Freese, who brings a fresh perspective as she prepares to take over –and doctors Ed Ketel and Catherine Linblad dream of retirement.
When beginning to market a business, a smart place to begin is with a new logo as all branding grows from here. The existing logo was not available for use larger than a couple of inches square, and didn’t represent the focus Kelly plans to undertake as a veterinarian. After looking through art styles, Kelly chose a loose pen-and-ink presentation and the animals that should be included in the logo. She also wanted to incorporate water into the design, but in a subtle way that spoke to the location of the clinic without associating water with the animals negatively, which was done in the distinctive lettering of the logo. The resulting collaboration represents the clinic well. Because it is a bit elaborate for use everywhere, Keleigh made sure it could be used in total, or simply as logo text, while still making a branded impression. You can see both on the website.
Great Danes Perdita, Minnie and Panda can all attest to the excellent care a spoiled pet receives at Oceanside Animal Clinic. Prices are fair, and you can’t replace the peace of mind one receives by trusting doctors and clinic. Check them out online!