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Staying Safe While Pouring Our Hearts Into Our Patients

Staying Safe While Pouring Our Hearts Into Our Patients
December 8, 2020

There are so many ways to express gratitude and, in our last post, we highlighted some of the ways our practices have been showing thanks this holiday season. Our practice teams never run out of compassion and love for the pets they see and, although we don’t see much of their clients, we’ve got several more examples of the TLC they’ve been providing their patients.

 

Hastings Veterinary Practice - protecting pupSeidl Veterinary Hospital - Hastings, Michigan
Gabby, a receptionist at Seidl Veterinary Hospital, was on the receiving end of this little Border Collie’s affection. This sweet pup was in for her first vaccines. She’ll soon find a forever home and a name but, until then, the Seidl team will take care of her and give her a comfy shoulder to nap on.

 

Ramsey NJ Veterinary Hospital - puppy playingRamsey Veterinary Hospital - Ramsey, New Jersey 
New to the team, Hailey, a technician at Ramsey Veterinary Hospital, is all smiles under her mask. She’s a willing playmate for Justice, a 1.5-year-old Great Pyrenees. Weighing in at over 84 pounds, Justice is full of puppy love and has a lot of excitement to share. 

 

North Austin Veterinary Practice - South African tapir giving loveNorth Austin Animal Hospital - Austin, Texas
Dr. Heppner, of North Austin Animal Hospital, recently celebrated her birthday and received some love from Bubbles, a South African tapir. Bubbles is just over two years old and certainly appreciated Dr. Heppner’s attention. As you can see, for many of our team members, their love of animals doesn’t stop at the hospital door. In this case, Dr. Heppner was visiting a private conservation that works to save endangered species and Bubbles lovingly chirped when she met her special visitor. 

 

Sanford NC Veterinary Practice - two dogs huggingRae-Zor Grooming, Boarding, & Daycare - Sanford, North Carolina 
Trust us when we say it's not just humans who show their affection. Meet Ranger and Harley - they’ve been best friends since they were less than six months old. Ranger, the black lab, moved away earlier this year but happened to be back in town visiting family which meant he was reunited with his BFF. They shared an adorable snuggle that the Rae-Zor team was thrilled to witness. 

 

Baroda Veterinary Practice - hanging out during COVID-19Countryside Veterinary Hospital - Chelmsford, Massachusetts
Over at Countryside Veterinary Hospital, Kelly was soaking up 8-week-old Georgie’s puppy cuddles. She and her team can’t wait to see this sweet little English Bulldog grow up - and boy, will he get bigger!

 

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