Last week, we talked about all the innovative ways our practice teams are supporting each other. One team member brought in her baby goats to lift her coworker’s spirits while another practice team hosted their very own Olympic games. Despite the current circumstances, our teams continue to thrive and we love to see it.
Lately, many of our practice teams have shared stories about what goes on at their curbside appointments and, spoiler alert, it's adorable. Check out the latest here:
Companion Animal Hospital - Spring, Texas
The team at Companion Animal Hospital received some office support from Esme, the smiling French Bulldog. When their patients finished up with their appointments, they were treated to a little bit of extra lap time and got to be part of the team before it was time for them to go home.
Central Animal Hospital - Leominster, Massachusetts
We’re currently conducting curbside appointments which means our clients wait outside until a technician comes to get them. Pictured is Mr. Tucker, who excitedly awaited being taken in for his appointment. As a regular boarder at Central Animal Hospital, he took it upon himself to keep an eye on the parking lot. Thanks, Tucker!
Star Meadow Animal Clinic - Farmington, Connecticut
There’s no shortage of fluff over at Star Meadow Animal Clinic. This lovely bunny, Rapunzel, received an abundance of TLC while she was away from her pet parents during her curbside appointment. By the looks of it, the team was just as excited to care for her as she was for all of their attention.
Southridge Animal Hospital - Denton, Texas
We’ve seen a lot since the inception of VetCor but cat story time is a definite first. The Southridge Animal Hospital team read The Dory Story to Baltic and he absolutely loved the attention. Written by a local author, The Dory Story is a heartwarming story about a rescue kitten. Through June, all of the book's proceeds are being donated to the Denton Community Food Center. Southridge purchased a bunch of copies to show their support and plans to use them in their lobby when it reopens.
Hudson Animal Hospital - Hudson, Massachusetts
Like many of our hospitals, Hudson Animal Hospital is utilizing two separate teams that work on different days to minimize the risk of exposure and keep everyone safe. That, combined with their curbside appointments, means that some of their clients might not get to see the faces of the people who love and care for their furry friends during their visits. To help their clients better recognize them, they posted these awesome team photos to social - while wearing their masks, of course.
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