February 24, 2021
A couple of weeks ago, we showcased some pocket-sized pups with extra big hearts. This week, we’re seeing lots of new faces coming in for check-ups and, let us tell you, these happy, fluffy, energetic patients are loving every second of attention they garner from our teams.
Shelton Veterinary Clinic - Bunnell, Florida
Admittedly, we wish we had more pigs to share here on our blog - there are simply never enough. However, Jen, the hospital manager at Shelton Veterinary Clinic, loved her recent visit with Otis. To make him as comfortable as possible, she fed him more oyster crackers than a pig could ever dream of and he loved every one of them. And all of the attention he got. It’s a 10/10 for Otis. He’d definitely come back again.
Apple Grove Veterinary Care - Charlotte, Michigan
Where do we even begin when it comes to Mr. Pancho? This handsome pup stopped by Apple Grove Veterinary Center to have his ears checked out and ended up capturing the hearts of Malorie and the rest of her team. Between all the snuggles, treats, and attention he got, we’re not even sure he remembered why he was there in the first place - which might not be so bad after all.
Berrien Veterinary Services - Baroda, Michigan
This photogenic pup is Theodore and he was delighted to take five and go for a quick walk outside to take care of some business. The Berrien Veterinary Services team knows that rain, snow, or shine, everyone’s happier when puppies take their potty break and they were happy to bring him out.
Brick Town Veterinary Hospital - Brick, New Jersey
Dr. Santos recently welcomed a new furry friend into her family and, wow, is he cute. She brought her not-so-tiny English Labrador puppy, Wallace, to work with her and the Brick Town team was over the moon. Although every puppy patient makes them swoon, there’s always a feeling of added excitement in the air when it’s one of their own.
St. Charles Veterinary Clinic - St. Charles, Illinois
Maui the 9-week-old Golden Retriever puppy has already nailed his first Instagram pose and we couldn’t be more proud of him. He came by St. Charles Veterinary Clinic for his first visit with Dr. Downs and the team and proved to be quite the ladies’ man. Despite his age, he’s already such a good boy and the St. Charles team can’t wait to watch him continue to grow.
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