As spring turns to summer, everyone’s spirits are lifting. To keep the good vibes going, check out our latest stories from the field. And don’t forget to get caught up by reading our last post if you haven’t already.
Veterinary Services of Aiken - Aiken, South Carolina
Pippa the little lioness had a great checkup with Dr. Holly and, thanks to her fancy e-collar, she was feeling very well-rested. Obviously, the team at Veterinary Services of Aiken couldn’t resist snapping a quick picture. Plus, Pippa’s mom is grateful she’s able to snuggle up and sleep through the night.
Animal Hospital of Cornelius - Cornelius, North Carolina
Remy and his human brother, Hudson, are super cool - and it takes them literally zero effort. They recently stopped by the Animal Hospital of Cornelius to update Remy’s vaccines and show off his amazing mohawk which is perfect for summertime might we add.
VetSelect Animal Hospital of Novi - Novi, Michigan
The team at VetSelect Animal Hospital just had a bittersweet send-off for Dr. Yang. She’s been matched at a residency program at the University of Michigan, and we couldn’t be happier for her. Being part of the Novi team over the course of the pandemic meant she didn’t get to meet many of her clients, but she’s beyond thankful for all of the wonderful patients she was able to work with.
Peach Orchard Veterinary Clinic - Sumter, South Carolina
The essence of Mr. Muffin simply cannot be put into words, but we’ll give it our best try. The dapper fellow pictured sporting his Pride bandana is currently in the running for Most Handsome Male Feline at Peach Orchard Veterinary Clinic. He’s also conveniently perched on top of the practice’s aquarium, perhaps hoping to snap up some lunch while he lounges.
Northwest Pet Hospital - Austin, Texas
Okay, okay, we know it’s summertime, but sometimes you just have to treat yourself - and that’s exactly what this pup decided to do. The Northwest Pet Hospital team caught their snack thief in the middle of the act, but it’s fine. The team agreed that calories don’t count when you’re at the vet.