VetCor Community Connections - May 2017 Edition

Our new Life at VetCor Program is all about elevating our employees through their professional success, individual wellbeing, and community connection. This spring, we’ve seen so many wonderful examples of connections within the VetCor family, as well as out in our practices’ local communities!

Dan, Steve, Peter and Jess from the home office visited New York for a regional Life at VetCor Meeting. They even took an obligatory selfie with Regional Manager Jill, and Parkside Veterinary Hospital's Dr. Meyer and Jeanine! After all, you know what they say…selfie, or it didn’t happen!

VetCor Selfie

We love seeing our VetCor family members get together for networking and leadership meetings. We know that we can do more for our internal community and purpose when we work together. But Life at VetCor doesn’t stop there – it extends to our local communities, too.

We believe in “doing the right thing,” for our co-workers, patients, clients and beyond – and doing good is never something our practices shy away from.

Here are some of our favorite community connections from May:

VetCor Teams Fighting for Cancer Research   Dr. Harris Dog Exam
The teams at High Ridge Animal Hospital in CT and Animal Hospital of Verona in WI got active and raised thousands of dollars to help beat cancer in our canine and human companions.   Dr. Harris from North Austin Animal Hospital in TX has been helping the homebound, elderly and disabled care for their pets through the Pets Assisting the Lives of Seniors Program.
Hebron Fire Department Donation   Heartworm Positive Dog
Hebron Animal Hospital in IN donated pet oxygen masks to their local fire department.   South Bend Animal Clinic in IN raised money to get heartworm-positive dogs the life-saving care they need.

And that’s just a few of the amazing things going on at Life at VetCor!