January 15, 2024
Our patients love to snuggle up in their blankets or get comfy in a team member's arms. It is a great way to stay warm during this cold month, no matter if you are furry or scaly.
South Mill Veterinary Clinic - Boardman, Ohio
There are a lot of repeat customers at South Mill Boarding and Grooming, a testament to how amazing their care is for their visitors. Pickles is one of those lucky patients who gets to hang out with the team regularly. After helping out at the front desk, she went to her happy place under her blanket and spent the rest of the day there.
Corinth Animal Hospital - Corinth, Texas
Lilly visited Corinth Animal Hospital for her senior wellness exam last week. She was also the hospital's highlight for this past Cat-erday. According to the team, Lilly is the sweetest elder cat. Thankfully, Dr. Steckley gave her a clean bill of health! Extra bonus—she really enjoyed posing for the camera.
Northeast Animal Hospital - St. Petersburg, Florida
Pippa and PJ are just a couple of brothers getting mani-pedis together at Northeast Animal Hospital. At Northeast they practice Calm Care, which takes into consideration the stress that some pets, though not all, might experience coming into the hospital. The team works with the pets’ families to prepare for visits. They create a relaxing environment all while being positive and gentle as they work with patients. Clearly, it worked with Pippa and PJ, who seem quite comfortable.
East Lansing Veterinary Clinic - East Lansing, Michigan
As a new member at East Lansing Veterinary Clinic, Fable got her chance to have her picture taken in front of the chalkboard. She has probably grown bigger already, but at the time of her first visit with the team, she was just 9.5 pounds and 8 weeks old. As a Goldendoodle, much of that 9.5 is lovable fluff that just wants to play with everyone.
Tara Animal Hospital - Colleyville, Texas
The team at Tara Animal Hospital sees non-traditional pets including bearded dragons, mice, rats, and ferrets. Dr. Dobbs recently helped this bearded dragon that was egg-bound and had developed a rectal prolapse. Dr. Dobbs enjoys seeing lizard friends and looks forward to spending more time with reptile friends.
Our hospitals see the most adorable pets! See a few of them here on the blog.
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