Community Connections - March Edition

Community Connections - March Edition
March 9, 2020

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They celebrate their teammates, work together to improve the service they provide, volunteer their time, create amazing art, and nurture curiosity about the veterinary field. We're so proud of them for everything 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!

Gifts for Dr. Peese's new puppy, Phoenix   Dr. Preston standing next to a statue of Balto

Dr. Peese recently added a furry friend to her family, so her team decided to throw a puppy shower for her adorable new boy, Phoenix.


Dr. Preston is currently in Alaska volunteering as a trail veterinarian at the 2020 Iditarod. Here she is standing next to a statue of the incredible Balto. 

Dr. Koons teaching Abby how to gently handle a dog   Amber at her going away party

When Dr. Koons found out Abby was interested in working in the veterinary field, she invited her to shadow her at Seidl Animal Hospital. Of course, they had a great time.


Amber has been a staple of the home office for years. She's moving to California and becoming a remote worker, so we celebrated her at a going away luncheon. Good luck, Amber!

Employees from three of our Wisconsin practices   A canvas created by Bright Eyes and Bushy Tails' veterinary assistant, Belou

Three of our Wisconsin practices got together to brainstorm ideas about how to excel in customer service. Thank you all for your hard work and dedication!


Barney, the clinic cat at Bright Eyes and Bushy Tails Veterinary Hospital, was pleased to be featured on the hospital signage, created by veterinary assistant, Belou.

A Valentine's Day potluck hosted by New Baltimore Animal Hospital   The Muddy Creek team celebrating Kelsey before her move to Pennsylvania

New Baltimore Animal Hospital celebrated Valentine's Day in style by hosting a potluck for their team. We guess our invitation got lost in the mail. Kidding!


To thank her for everything she did as Muddy Creek's daycare supervisor, the team threw a going away party for Kelsey before her big move to Pennsylvania.