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Inspiring Us Every Day

Inspiring Us Every Day
June 4, 2021

In our last blog post, we experienced an overload of cuteness. This week, we’re taking a moment to show some appreciation for the vast knowledge of our teams. They treat patients of all kinds - a job that requires lots of education, experience, and compassion. Every day, we’re inspired by their expertise.

HealthPointe Veterinary ClinicHealthPointe Veterinary Clinic - Duncan, South Carolina
We want to give a shout-out to all of our practices that treat exotic pets. This little fella is Biggie, a wonderful patient at Healthpointe Veterinary Clinic. Biggie and his family trust the team with all his veterinary needs, and he’s always happy to hang out while he’s in their care.

 

Memorial Veterinary Pet Care HospitalMemorial Veterinary Pet Care Hospital - Houston, Texas
They know all about exotic pets over at Memorial Veterinary Pet Care Hospital, including this adorable Dumbo Rex rat. Want to know how to get a rat to look at the camera like this? You say “cheese!” (joke credit goes to the team!)

 

Earlysville Animal HospitalEarlysville Animal Hospital - Earlysville, Virginia
Dr. Kathi sure knows a thing or two about ferrets which definitely came in handy when this sweet girl had to have emergency surgery to remove a foreign body. Luckily, she’s recovering well under the care of Dr. Kathi and the Earlysville Animal Hospital team.

 

Clarkson Veterinary Hospital Clarkson Veterinary Hospital - Brockport, New York
Sometimes your reputation precedes you, and that’s exactly the case for Mr. Boots. He’s known as the puppy that ate his records at Clarkson Veterinary Hospital. Now that he’s all grown up, he’s become fond of more leisurely activities, like basking in the sun after his neuter surgery. We still see that glimmer of mischief in his eyes though.

Wellington Veterinary ClinicWellington Veterinary Clinic - Wellington, Ohio
Indy came rolling into Wellington Veterinary Clinic at just over five pounds for her first puppy visit. In fact, because she’s so tiny, the team had to hold her up next to the stats chart. This little Frenchie girl has a great visit and everyone looks forward to seeing her again soon.

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