Enriching the Lives of Our Patients

Enriching the Lives of Our Patients

March 26, 2024

It is heartwarming to hear the stories about how our hospital teams always find a way to make their patients’ lives better. Here are just a few examples:

Appalachian Animal HospitalAppalachian Animal Hospital - Weaverville, North Carolina
Our hospital teams always find a way to make their patients and clients feel special. Usually the info board is restricted to those pets they see in the building, but in honor of not leaving any animal out, the team at Appalachian Animal Hospital brought the board out to Buck the bull. He stole the limelight and the hearts of the whole team.


Wilton Animal HospitalWilton Animal Hospital - Wilton, New Hampshire
This lovable feline, Stevie, visited Wilton Animal Hospital recently. She is doing so well on the leash as long as she has this cozy box to relax in. Understanding how to make pets feel at ease is one of the many aspects of a visit that our teams work hard on. Stevie was there for her annual exam and vaccines. She made herself at home!


Elk Creek Animal Hospital of Hikes Points PostElk Creek Animal Hospital of Hikes Points Post - Louisville, Kentucky
This photo is of some of the beloved staff at Elk Creek Animal Hospital, including Chief of Staff Dr. Bennett. Their clients can’t say enough about the care and compassion they give each of their patients. Here they are holding Ricky Bobby and Keely who are from Special Paws, which is a local small dog sanctuary for for senior and special needs pups.


Cold Springs Animal HospitalCold Springs Animal Hospital - Anna, Texas
When they set up a photo booth at Cold Springs Animal Hospital for their patients, they knew they had to make it big enough for this crew. Showing off nine spectacular puppies and their bellies was an absolute pleasure. The team at Cold Springs had smiles all day long thanks to these fluffers.


Wabash Valley Animal HospitalWabash Valley Animal Hospital - Terre Haute, Indiana
The team at Wabash Valley Animal Hospital showed their support on World Down Syndrome Day by wearing these brightly colored and sometimes mismatched socks. The campaign to Rock Your Socks is part of recognizing World Down Syndrome Day because the karyotype of Ds chromosomes looks like mismatched socks. This was also a great way to get the team together for a meaningful cause.


Our teams care for a variety of pets, check out some adorable canine patients that have visited us recently.

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