Thank You to Our Practice Teams

Thank You to Our Practice Teams
December 7, 2020 Looking back on 2020, I think we can all agree that this has been one of the strangest and most challenging years of our professional careers. As both vet techs and support staff, and as members of the VetCor family, you’ve had to overcome incredible hurdles over the past 12 months - and that has not gone unnoticed. The year is coming to a close and, during this holiday season, many of us are focusing on family, the spirit of the season, and everything we’re thankful for. We’re all part of the VetCor family, and we want you to know how grateful we are for you. 
You are the lifeblood of our hospitals. You were the very first people that every single pet owner interacted with this year. They saw your smiles, heard your voices, and felt your kindness when you answered the phone, even though many of them didn’t know about the crazy day you had. It was you who made sure that pet owner felt comfortable and secure when you retrieved their pet from their car during their curbside appointment when they didn't know what to do and weren’t sure if they were parked in the right spot. You did that - all the while making sure they knew you were smiling, even from behind your mask. 
It was you who picked up that extra shift(s) to help your team member when they had to stay home with their child because schools had closed. You were also the one that offered words of love and encouragement to your coworkers when their family members were fighting to recover and get well again. You guys did those things, and that’s nothing short of amazing. 
As technicians, support staff, and vital members of the VetCor family, you’ve made our organization stronger through all of the hard work and effort you’ve put into your patients, your clients, and your teams. Everything you’ve accomplished and overcome over the course of this wild year will forever be part of VetCor’s history. 
So from the VetCor TechLife team and the entire VetCor family, thank you. For everything.