VetCor Community Connections - May Edition

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They help raise money for great causes, celebrate their teammates' milestones, win board nominations and awards for being wonderful at what they do, inspire young minds, visit one another, and brighten our days with puppies. 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 May below!

Dr. Ai with a group of young visitors   Muddy Creek Animal Care Center pet care attendant, Brittany

Lucerne Veterinary Hospital invited a group of young visitors to their practice to learn about veterinary medicine. Dr. Ai gave them a tour and let them pretend to be surgeons.

 

Muddy Creek Animal Care Center threw a bridal shower for their teammate, Brittany. It looked like an absolute blast. We wish you a lifetime of happiness, Brittany!

     
Dr. Adam Christman of Brick Town Veterinary Hospital   The Countryside Animal Clinic team at Puppy Up Madison

Dr. Christman won his nomination for the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association (NJVMA) board seat. In addition to being a board member, he is now their treasurer.

 

Countryside Animal Clinic made dog ice cream to raise money for Puppy Up - Madison. They raised over $800 to fund cancer research for both dogs and people. Wow!

     
Dr. Holub's Golden Retriever puppy, George   Drs. Harris, Judd, and Jankowski

Dr. Holub’s 9-week-old Golden Retriever puppy, George, came to visit us at the home office. As you can imagine, he put a smile on everyone’s face.

 

North Austin Animal Hospital received a visit from Dr. Richard Jankowski of Clementon Animal Hospital in New Jersey. Drs. Harris, Judd, and Jankowski had a great time.

     
Veterinary technician, Amanda Coehoorn, with her cake   The Sanford Animal Hospital team

Veterinary Clinics, Berlin-Ripon celebrated their veterinary technician, Amanda, who recently passed her certification exam, with a cake. Great job, Amanda!

 

Sanford Animal Hospital was recently named the 2018 winner of Lee County’s Best Animal Hospital, Best Veterinarian, and Best Groomer. Congratulations!