VetCor Community Connections - November 2019 Edition

VetCor Community Connections - November 2019 Edition
November 12, 2019

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They educate local students, participate in fundraisers, organize blood drives, and support one another in any way they can. We're grateful for our network of compassionate veterinary professionals who prioritze the connections they share with their local communities and each other.

Check out some of our favorite examples of Community Connections from November below!

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Dr. Shapley from Brick Town Veterinary Hospital educated students on how to approach unfamiliar pets and how to properly handle and care for their own pets. Well done!


The Parkside Veterinary Hospital team participated in a breast cancer awareness walk in honor of their late and beloved coworker, Debbie Ellis.

good hands vet hosp sweet olive   veterinarians AAFP conference

This month, Good Hands Veterinary Hospital stopped by Sweet Olive farm, a nonprofit animal rescue. During their visit, they even got to practice some Goat Yoga!


Veterinarians from several different VetCor practices got the opportunity to learn and network with one another at this year's AAFP Conference!

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Oaks Veterinary Hospital organized a blood drive at their location. Not only did their team donate blood, but they also invited the public to do so as well!


Boothbay Animal Hospital spent some quality time together during an early Thanksgiving dinner. What a fantastic way to kick off the holiday season!

vetcor home office volunteer day   lake station pet clinic crockpot

The VetCor home office volunteered at Holly Hill Farm, a nonprofit organization focused on educating local residents about the importance of sustainability and the process of cultivation.


Lake Station Pet Clinic didn't let the cold weather get them down. They stayed warm by enjoying homemade crock-pot meals - courtesy of their team.