VetCor Community Connections - March Edition

VetCor Community Connections - March Edition
March 14, 2019

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They help young students explore their interests, throw awesome parties for their furry friends, take on terrain races, represent VetCor at job fairs, fundraise for great causes, speak to the media about the importance of spaying/neutering, and make guest appearances in Times Square. 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 March below!

A preschool class visiting Laughery Valley Veterinary Hospital   A pup posing in front of Rae-Zor's St. Patrick's Day backdrop

Laughery Valley Veterinary Hospital hosted a class of preschoolers so they could learn about veterinary medicine. Perhaps some future veterinarians found inspiration.


Rae-Zor Grooming, Boarding, and Daycare threw a St. Patrick's Day party for their furry friends. The lucky pups were all smiles when they had their pictures taken.

The Cat Hospital of Orlando team taking on a terrain race   A Girl Scout listening to a dog's heartbeat at Cologne Animal Hospital

The Cat Hospital of Orlando team showcased their skills by taking on a terrain race. This helped them tremendously during the Winter 2019 Steps Challenge.


Cologne Animal Hospital hosted Girl Scout Troop #10013 to teach them about the field of veterinary medicine. They even got to listen to a dog's heartbeat!

Julie and Zaleta at Milwaukee Career College's job fair   A bird of prey from A Place Called Hope

Hospital managers, Julie Roscoe and Zaleta Medrano, represented VetCor at Milwaukee Career College's job fair. As you can see, they had a wonderful time.


Pet Shield Veterinary Hospital raised over $800 for A Place Called Hope, a rehabilitation and education center for birds of prey. Everyone loved seeing a bird of prey in person.

Dr. Kinney looking over a patient's records   Franklin County Animal Hospital on the NASDAQ screen in Times Square

You may remember the time Auburn Animal Center's Dr. Kinney appeared in a Feline Fix by Five video ad. He was recently invited to speak about the campaign on the news.


Franklin County Animal Hospital - as well as several other VetCor hospitals - made a surprise appearance on the NASDAQ screen in Times Square. How great is that?!