VetCor has partnered with its 12th practice in Illinois and 185th nationwide, Bellwood Animal Hospital.

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It is our pleasure to welcome VetCor practice number 184 – West Allis Animal Hospital of West Allis, WI!

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As VetCor continues to grow, we're ecstatic to see the number of support staff members headed off to vet school rise as well! Please join us in congratulating these dedicated team members who are either starting or continuing their journey to a veterinary degree this fall:

We are proud to call Chase Veterinary Clinic in Middleborough, Massachusetts the newest addition to the VetCor Family. It has become VetCor’s 183rd partner practice and 21st location in the Bay State.

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We are excited to announce our upcoming Fall Activity Step Challenge coming this September!

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Brookeville Animal Hospital has become VetCor’s 182nd partner practice and 11th in the state of Maryland.

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We are thrilled to partner with our 180th practice and 8th location in Michigan – Willowood Acres Veterinary Clinic! Located in Romulus, MI, Willowood Acres Veterinary Clinic has been serving New Boston and the surrounding communities since opening its doors in 1983.

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VetCor has partnered with We Care Animal Hospital in Clintonville, WI, bringing our total number to 181 partner practices nationwide.

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Two Notch Road Animal Clinic in Columbia, South Carolina has become VetCor’s 179th partner practice and third location in the Palmetto State.

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We're proud to share that two doctors and two technicians from our Massachusetts practices are certified BART trainers! BART (Basic Animal Rescue Training) is a Department of Homeland Security-approved course that provides emergency personnel with the training, knowledge, and equipment necessary to safely and effectively address the needs of animals in emergency situations.

Dr. Ilene Segal of Parkway Veterinary Hospital, and Dr. David Schwarz and technicians Josh and Miriam of Ashland Animal Hospital donate their time teaching first responders the important skills needed for disaster preparation, including animal restraint, handling, evacuation, first aid, resuscitation and more.

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