In our last post, we highlighted some practice team members who went above and beyond while on the job. Be sure to check it out if you haven’t already. Recently, we’ve been seeing an influx of puppy visits at our hospitals from coast to coast which is why we couldn’t help but dedicate an entire article to those precious palm-sized pets.
Ashburn Village Hospital - Ashburn, Virginia
Over at Ashburn Village Hospital, they call this adorable little guy a smile maker. Grace, a client care specialist, received the honor of posing with him, and, lo and behold, he made her smile. The team came to the consensus that they wished they could make him their pocketful of sunshine all day, every day.
Littleton Animal Hospital - Littleton, Massachusetts
The Littleton Animal Hospital team was very excited to meet little miss Tilly at her first puppy visit. When she arrived in her stylish carrier, the pupparazzi came out to take some pictures of this tiny icon in the making. Though she seemed unsure at first, ultimately, she warmed up to the team and they look forward to watching her grow over time.
Animal Hospital at the Crossing - Champaign, Illinois
Just a few weeks ago, the team at Animal Hospital at the Crossing welcomed Ace, a charming 9-week-old Yorkipoo. For a puppy his size, he had the bravery of a full-grown herding dog. Dr. Cappa adores his feisty personality and thinks he’ll be a perfect fit for the Animal Hospital at the Crossing family.
Lyncourt Veterinary Hospital - Syracuse, New York
Sweet little Lucy recently had her first puppy visit at Lyncourt Veterinary Hospital and the team is delighted that she decided to join the family. This pretty girl brightened everyone’s day with her tiny face, soft coat, and gentle demeanor.
North Windham Animal Hospital - North Windham, Connecticut
Fig, the 3-year-old clinic cat, greets everyone, but when he first saw Snowball, the 10-week-old puppy, he wanted to meet him one-on-one. Snowball was visiting North Windham Animal Hospital for his puppy exam and meeting Fig made the experience a whole lot more exciting. The North Windham team isn’t surprised Fig wanted to give Snowball a special welcome since he’s always underfoot and peeking into the exam rooms.
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