With support and compassion, our veterinary teams are able to make their patients feel calm and relaxed. No matter what type of animal they may see, their experience and skills allow them to provide care while limiting stress.
Troy Animal Hospital - Troy, Ohio
This wild opossum came to Troy Animal Hospital to have a lump removed. The team works hand in hand with their local nature center, donating veterinary services to help keep the area's wildlife healthy. She came back to the practice to have her sutures removed and will be re-released soon.
Somerset Animal Hospital - Prairie Village, Kansas
The team at Somerset Animal Hospital says that one of the best parts of working with animals is seeing patients like Enzo. He is a precious gentleman who investigates every nook and cranny of the hospital when he visits, looking to find all the humans so he can greet them.
Lake Alfred Animal Hospital - Lake Alfred, Florida
Heading into an x-ray like a champ, Kobe was happy to pose with the techs at Lake Alfred Animal Hospital. He had the same expression after his x-ray was complete which is a testament to the skill of the team. Even though the actual x-ray is scary for a pet, the team was able to work quickly and efficiently—clearly Kobe appreciated that.
Monhagen Vet Hospital - Middletown, New York
In the spirit of National Dog Week, Monhagen Veterinary Hospital featured this wonderful pup, Dakota. She was in for a dental cleaning and the team recognized that she was not herself in the kennel so she spent most of the time sitting in the technician's lap. Fun fact: She did agility training with her human! She used to run through tunnels, go over jumps, weave poles, and so much more!
Ark Veterinary Hospital - Shelburne, VT
A trip to the vet can be a lot for animals. Ark Veterinary Hospital knows that the way to Molly’s heart is belly rubs. For others, it may be spray cheese or extra cuddles. These comforting tricks come from experience and show the connection our teams have with each of their patients.