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Wabash Valley Animal Hospital (WVAH) in Terre Haute, Indiana has become VetCor's 214th partner practice and 7th location in the Hoosier State.

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We're turning up the heat for our next Activity Challenge! As part of our mission to support the physical health and wellbeing of all VetCor employees, we are challenging everyone to log 600 minutes of moderate exercise (an average of 150 minutes per week) over the course of four weeks.

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VetCor has partnered with its 213th practice and 16th location in Ohio – East Holmes Veterinary Clinic. Located in Berlin, with a satellite location in Millersburg, the mixed-animal practice is a trusted choice for pet owners in the community.

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We're excited to kick off our 2017 Life at VetCor Wellbeing Rewards Program! From June 1-December 31, 2017, all VetCor employees are eligible to earn reward points through our company wellness website, ahealthyme.com. 

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We are pleased to announce VetCor's newest partner practice – Suffern Animal Hospital (SAH) of Suffern, New York. It has become our 212th location nationwide and 27th veterinary practice in the Empire State.

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Join us in congratulating the "ADR's…Ain't Doin' Runnin'" from North East, PA on accumulating 5,714,696 steps and winning first place in VetCor's Spring 2017 Step Challenge! Coming in second was "The Walkadoo's" from Marysville, PA and in third was "The Spring Chicks" from New Lenox, IL.

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VetCor has partnered with Main Street Veterinary Hospital in Millis, Massachusetts, making it our 211th partner practice, and 23rd location in the Bay State.

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College Park Animal Hospital in College Park, Maryland has become VetCor’s 210th partner practice and 12th location in Maryland.

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TVMF and Meals on Wheels (MOW) have partnered to provide veterinary care free of charge to clients of the Pets Assisting the Lives of Seniors (PALS) program of MOW for the purpose of strengthening the human animal bond by ensuring the health and welfare of animals belonging to people who are homebound, elderly and disabled. Veterinary care and wellness services provided for the PALS clients of MOW will ensure that their companion animals will live longer healthier lives. Keeping their companion animals healthy will result in an improved health and quality of life for the PALS clients. 

Keeping their companion animals healthy will result in an improved health and quality of life for the PALS clients. Happiness, companionship, and feeling needed all reinforce the human-animal bond, which has the proven human health benefits of longevity, lowered stress, improved immune levels and an improved mental state. Program services are provided in Austin, TX, Bryan/College Station, TX and Dallas, TX. 

Dr. Chad Harris of North Austin Animal Hospital has been a big supporter of this program for years and has been featured in the video below to help promote this great cause! Take a look and please feel free to reach out to the organization or to Dr. Harris to learn more!

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VetCor’s newest partner practice is The Cat Doctor in Portland, Maine. It has become our 209th location nationwide, 5th in the Pine Tree State, 3rd in the Portland area, and 4th feline-only practice.

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