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Week 13: Celebrating Our Patients & Clients

Week 13: Celebrating Our Patients & Clients
June 11, 2020

Our practice teams provide care for all kinds of animals and, last week, we showcased some of the smaller critters they’ve seen recently. One of the most interesting things about our network of practices is their devotion to a variety of pets and wildlife.

This week, we’re tracking some recent happenings in our practices. Check them out:

Celebrating Pet Patients and Clients - Yorkie gets Dental CareAnimal Health Care Clinic - Clearwater, Florida
Hershey has been a patient at Animal Health Care Clinic for the past four years and, in that time, he’s received all the cuddles a 9-year-old Yorkie could want. Although Hershey’s severe dental disease left him without a lower jaw, it also gave him this adorable tongue out smile. You wouldn’t know he’s been through so much just by looking at him but he’s one tough cookie. Rest assured, this sweet boy gets nothing but love from the practice team.

 

Celebrating Clients - PuppiesSouthridge Animal Hospital - Denton, Texas
Staying true to their commitment to puppy socialization, the Southridge Animal Hospital team got right down on the floor with Coco for her first visit. Southridge reminds us that puppy visits are more than just providing them with vaccines and a check-up. They’re also about encouraging good behavior. To help ease her nerves, the team slowly introduced Coco to various staff members and gave her lots of treats and TLC until she came into her own.

 

Celebrating Pet Patients & Clients - Cat receives radioactive treatmentKentwood Cat Clinic - Kentwood, Michigan
This beauty, Krysta, has been a patient at Kentwood Cat Clinic for many years. She’s sassy but she also loves to chat. This time around, Krysta was in for radioactive treatment and did a wonderful job. Since then, she’s been recovering at home and doing very well.

 

Celebration Patients & Clients - appreciation floral bouquetKindness Animal Hospital - Wheaton, Maryland 
Appreciation takes on many forms and we’ve seen it all firsthand. Our practice teams have received food deliveries, had messages written by their clients in chalk to brighten up their days, and seen everything in between. Kindness Animal Hospital recently received a beautiful bouquet from some of their clients. The Kindness team was overwhelmed with gratitude and stressed how much they love their clients and patients.

 

Delphos Animal Hospital - Delphos, Ohio
This is Bolt and if this was a video, you’d see that his tail didn’t stop wagging during his visit to Delphos Animal Hospital. Dr. Chelsea saw the 4-year-old mixed breed for his vaccinations and he took them like a champ. If you ask anyone at Delphos about Bolt, they’ll tell you he’s as handsome as he is happy go lucky. A rescue from Van Wert County Humane Society, Bolt has both an amazing owner and an adoring veterinary team who loves him.

 
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