Going Above & Beyond Is Business As Usual

Going Above & Beyond Is Business As Usual
January 27, 2021

If you saw our last post, you know you can’t help but smile when you see those happy patients. And if you missed it, go back and take a look. To close out January, we’re showcasing some of the many practice team members who have gone above and beyond while on the job. Whether you made time for team building, went out of your way to show your clients your appreciation, or gave a special patient some extra TLC, we see you!


Tara Animal Hospital - puppy hugTara Animal Hospital - Colleyville, Texas
Primrose, a Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen (GBGV), recently made her debut at Tara Animal Hospital. She’s the team's first-ever GBGV and it took her no time at all to win them over with her sweetness. Understandably, she wasn’t a big fan of the thermometer, but she smothered the team in snuggles and kisses anyway and now they can’t wait to watch her grow.


St. Charles Veterinary Clinic - gray kittenSt. Charles Veterinary Clinic - St. Charles, Illinois
Astro is a fitting name for a kitten that has as much energy as the Energizer Bunny. At only 10 weeks old, this fella is already known for sprinting around the house, fearlessly scaling tall obstacles, and rumbling with his toy ball. He’s just one of the many kittens that have visited St. Charles Veterinary Clinic this year, but he’s certainly a fan favorite.


Ridge Animal Hospital - team bondingRidge Animal Hospital - Middleport, New York
When everyone can band together to root for their hometown team, team building suddenly becomes super easy and a lot more exciting than it can be otherwise. Although the Bills didn’t take home the Lamar Hunt Trophy, it wasn’t due to a lack of support from the Ridge Animal Hospital team. Lots of our team members share similar interests outside of work and when they happen to wear matching shirts, those interests really tend to stand out.


Littleton Animal Hospital - Puppy at deskLittleton Animal Hospital - Littleton, Massachusetts
Say hello to Zelda. This was her when she was hangin’ out after her very first puppy visit last week. She was lucky enough to meet Dr. Cox and the Littleton Animal Hospital team and they were equally as delighted to see her make herself at home in the office. They’re already looking forward to her next visit.


Chase Veterinary Clinis - Smiling dogChase Veterinary Clinic - Middleboro, Massachusetts
How can such a huge smile fit on such a small face? It’s magic. Don’t quote us. That’s what Ollie said. This adorable 4-year-old Shih Tzu was being seen by Dr. KellyAnn and his tech, Kristina, for an ear infection, but you’d never know it because he was just so happy to be back at Chase Veterinary Clinic. We’re glad to hear (yes, pun intended) he’s feeling better now because that gives us all something to smile about.


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