We’re overjoyed seeing the continued support and kindness demonstrated by our practice teams and the communities they serve - and you can check out our last post for photo evidence! This week, we’re kicking off 2021 with lots of adorable smiles and cuddles.
Bradford Hills Veterinary Hospital - Wexford, Pennsylvania
It’s hard not to smile when you’re having so much fun. Lexie certainly enjoyed her time with Dr. Schuring and the Bradford Hills team during her visit, but can you blame her? With a face like that, you can’t help but smile back.
Lake Station Pet Clinic - Lake Station, Indiana
We love the way the Lake Station staff considers Dr. Mock’s baby, Isabella Rose, a member of their team. Congratulations to Dr. Mock and her family on their new addition and, to little Isabella, welcome to the VetCor family!
Brookeville Animal Hospital - Brookeville, Maryland
Seeing so much support for the up-and-coming veterinarians that intern with us is something that never ceases to make us smile. Two summers ago, Katie worked alongside the Brookeville Animal Hospital team and made a lasting impression. Now they’re celebrating her acceptance into vet school and you know we’ll be rooting for her the entire way!
Falmouth Animal Hospital - Falmouth, Massachusetts
Some of our less fluffy patients have to bundle up during the winter months - and they look absolutely adorable when they do. Of course, it’s hard not to feel content when you’re snug in your snowsuit like Via the whippet, a patient at Falmouth Animal Hospital. If only she knew how cute she looked… or does she?
Goffstown Animal Hospital - Manchester, New Hampshire
It’s confirmed. Sadie loved the new friends she made at Goffstown Animal Hospital following her first visit. In fact, Sadie was so polite that she greeted everybody who came by the front desk and, in doing so, won over Helaina, one of the receptionists. Sadie played her cards right and found herself receiving some extra TLC. Brilliant.
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