VetCor Community Connections - April Edition

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They take care of shelter dogs, attend various veterinary conferences, throw parties for their staff, host fun community events, invite students to tour their hospitals, help raise money for great causes, and receive awards for their hard work. We are so proud of them for all that they do to help build and foster connections in their local communities.

Check out some of our favorite examples of Community Connections from April below!

Tiny, the shelter dog being cared for by Auburn Animal Center   Farren with a former VetCor extern, Clara

Auburn Animal Center adopted, and provided care to, a local shelter dog named Tiny. When word of their good deeds spread, the Sun Journal published a story about them.

 

While attending the Ohio State University's Employer Breakfast Reception, our recruiter, Farren, ran into a former VetCor extern, Clara. What a small world!

     
Members of the Sound School's after school vet tech program   The fundraising board at West Allis Animal Hospital

Pet Shield Veterinary Hospital hosted students from the Sound School's after school veterinary technician program. As you can see, they were all smiles at their visit.

 

With the help of West Allis Animal Hospital, a local Eagle Scout named Jordan was able to raise money to install planter benches outside of their practice.

     
Two pups having fun at Wintergreen's first ever Annual Easter Egg Hunt   Jess and Brian at the CVMA conference

Wintergreen Animal Hospital hosted its first Annual Easter Egg Hunt. They raised money for five nonprofit organizations and over 100 dogs attended. Check out the pictures here!

 

Our recruiter, Jess, and our Senior Vice President, Brian, attended the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) conference and has a great time.

     
Muddy Creek Animal Care Center's Opening Day cake   Dr. Vasilakis outside the Bernice Barbour Wildlife Medicine Building

Although the Red Sox's first game didn't go our way, it didn't stop Muddy Creek Animal Care Center from throwing an awesome Opening Day party for their team.

 

Linwood Animal Hospital's Dr. Vasilikis received the Veterinary Appreciation Award at the Wildlife Rehabilitators' Association of Massachusetts (WRAM) conference!