October 24, 2023
Celebrating and connecting with their communities is one of the many awesome ways our hospitals make an impact. Whether it is connecting by supporting local causes and engaging with small businesses or celebrating Halloween and staff appreciation together, our practices are proud to be a part of their neighborhoods.
Grace Animal Hospital - Gastonia, North Carolina
There is nothing like getting support from your local vet hospital when you need it. The Boys and Girls Club near Grace Animal Hospital is looking to rehome their guinea pig, Gigi. She was, unfortunately, too lonely to stay at the club after losing her sister and needed a new place to call home. The team was happy to put out a call to find a home for Gigi. We know the team at Grace will find her the perfect spot.
Sherlock Bones Animal Hospital - Carmel, Indiana
Celebrating Halloween is a great way to stretch your creative muscles and have a bit of fun. When Severus the black cat had an appointment in October, Sherlock Bones Animal Hospital couldn’t pass up the opportunity to post a photo of him. Severus is looking a bit like a Malfoy with that blonde hair though, don’t you think?
North Laurel Animal Hospital - Laurel, Maryland
Speaking of stretching creative muscles, this board at North Laurel Animal Hospital is an innovative way to celebrate the spooky season and highlight some adorable pet names (Barfi?). This is how they welcome their patients at their visits. Clients love to see their fur baby's names on the board. The team puts little easter eggs on there as well, some of the “i”’s have toe beans, and the cat is dressed up as an angel for Halloween.
Animal Medical Center of the Lowcountry - Beaufort, South Carolina
Animal Medical Center of the Lowcountry celebrated veterinary staff appreciation week by sourcing local products for their events. They pulled in small businesses around the area to help make the celebrations extra sweet—from an ice cream truck visit to custom cookies as well as honey and designer donuts. It was the perfect combination of celebrating staff and supporting other businesses.
South Mill Veterinary Clinic - Boardman, Ohio
South Mill Veterinary Clinic took a different approach to celebrating their staff last week. Along with some sweet treats, they invited a unique local business owner to visit. Jungle Terry came out to the clinic to give a presentation on a bunch of his exotic animals. The team had a blast and it was a neat way to show appreciation and have a little fun.
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