VetCor Community Connections - December Edition

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They host Thanksgiving potlucks for their team members, raise money and collect donations to assist those in need, throw amazing Christmas parties for their staff, and run 5Ks when they're not hard at work. We are so proud of them for all that they do to help build and foster connections in their local communities.

Check out some of our favorite examples of Community Connections from December below!

Thanksgiving potluck   Christmas sweaters

 For Thanksgiving, Cat Hospital of Orlando hosted a potluck for the team. The food looked delicious and it looked like a wonderful time. Save some for us next time!

 

South Mill Veterinary Clinic and Doctors Park Veterinary Clinic teamed up and went bowling as part of their employee Christmas party. It looks like everybody had a blast!

     
Lewis Veterinary Clinic's Christmas party   Santa with a canine friend

 As we know, the team at Lewis Veterinary Clinic is talented in many ways. This holiday season, they tried their hand at canvas painting and, as it turns out, they're great at it.

 

Animal Clinic at New Lenox's annual Pictures with Santa event was a huge success. All proceeds benefited TLC Animal Shelter. Check out the pictures on Facebook!

     
Dr. Jean Heppner   Middlebranch Veterinary's holiday barketplace

 Dr. Jean Heppner of North Austin Animal Hospital organized a GoFundMe to help animals affected by the California wildfires. She raised close to $2,000 in donations.

 

Middlebranch Veterinary held a holiday "barketplace" to raise money for various local organizations. Their event led to six pet adoptions and several adoption applications.

     
NOVA Jingle Bell Jog   Bay View Thanksgiving supplies

Some of the Ashburn Village Animal Hospital team participated in the annual NOVA Jingle Bell Jog this year. They're well on their way to having a holly jolly Christmas!

 

The Bay View Veterinary Clinic team sponsored a family of seven this Thanksgiving. They were elated to be able to give back to their community.