VetCor Community Connections - February Edition

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They host food drives to help both people and pets, assist Girl Scout Daisies in earning their badges, work hard to maintain their accreditations, create fun photo ops for their clients, receive new certifications to better care for animals, send their pups to the Puppy Bowl, and receive letters from local students. 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 February below!

Canonsburg Girl Scout Daisies   Wintergreen Animal Hospital's kissing booth

Meadowlands Veterinary Hospital hosted the Girl Scout Daisies of Canonsburg and helped them earn their Care for Animals badge. 

 

To get ready for Valentine's Day, Wintergreen Animal Hospital created a kissing booth photo op for clients and their pets. Check out the photos on their Facebook page.

     
Abner's Puppy Bowl headshot   Douds Veterinary Hospital staff

 This handsome little guy, Abner, was adopted by Pet Shield Veterinary Hospital veterinary technician, Alexis, and recently played in Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl.

 

All the team members who work in Douds Veterinary Hospital's grooming and boarding departments recently became certified in CPR and First Aid for pets. Great work!

     
Donations collected by the Laughery Valley team   A pup taking advantage of a photo op at Franklin County Animal Hospital

The team at Laughery Valley Veterinary Hospital collected over 65 lbs. of food to donate to the South Ripley Food Bank. What a wonderful cause! 

 

Franklin County Animal Hospital recently celebrated becoming reaccredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Congratulations! 

     
South Bend Animal Clinic's final pet food donation drive numbers   A letter written by a young girl named Chloe

 South Bend Animal Clinic collected over $200.00 in monetary donations and a whopping 645.4 lbs. of pet food for South Bend Animal Care & Control. Amazing!

 

The Animal Emergency Clinic of Mid-Maine team received letters of gratitude from students at the James H. Bean School. This is a letter from a student named Chloe.