VetCor Community Connections - July Edition

VetCor Community Connections - July Edition
July 19, 2019

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They organize fundraisers, participate in local events, win awards, get engaged, send off team members in creative (and hilarious) farewells, and mentor future veterinarians. 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 July below!

Lockridge Animal Hospital's dog wash   Countryside Veterinary Hospital's Fourth of July float

The Lockridge Animal Hospital team raised funds for the Goffstown Dog Park Association through their annual dog wash. Everyone who attended was a happy camper.


Countryside Veterinary Clinic knows how to ride in style. They created a float for Chelmsford’s Fourth of July parade and won third place in the town's contest!

Champlain Valley Veterinary Services and Falmouth Animal Hospital's new locations   Oaks Veterinary Hospital's Spoof of The Office

Champlain Valley Veterinary Services (left) and Falmouth Animal Hospital (right) both relocated this month! These new locations have extra space and updated equipment.


As a farewell to Dr. King, the Oaks Veterinary Hospital team put together a parody of her favorite scene from The Office. Truly, they did an amazing job.

Dr. Heather Troutman   A cake to celebrate Port Cities Animal Hospital's win

Dr. Troutman was named a Young Professional 2 Follow by the Aiken Standard. Congratulations, Dr. Troutman! It's clear that you've made a lasting impact in the lives of others!


Port Cities Animal Hospital won Best of Lakeshore’s Best Veterinary Clinic. They celebrated their win with cake and cookies at the hospital. Congrats!

Oaks Veterinary Hospital's extern, Kim   Sgt. Bolton

Oaks Veterinary Hospital’s extern, Kim, recently completed a two-week rotation at their practice. Kim is a student at the University of Florida who will be graduating in 2020.


West Lancaster Animal Hospital recently hosted a Paint with a Twist event that raised over $200 for Sgt. David Bolton and his K9, Diesel, of Lancaster County Sheriff's Office.