Variety Keeps It Interesting

Variety Keeps It Interesting

November 16, 2022

With such a large network of practices, there are always a variety of pets and animals that need to be treated. This blog covers the cute and the scaly, as well as the old and the young patients our practice teams have seen recently.

St. Charles Veterinary Clinic - Charles, IllinoisSt. Charles Veterinary Clinic - St. Charles, Illinois
Finn the Goldendoodle is winning everyone over at St. Charles Veterinary Clinic. He is 11 weeks old and he saw Dr. Vogel and Caroline, a vet tech on the team. Finn is his parent's very first dog! They have a grand-doodle and they loved the breed so much they had to have one of their own.

At Home Veterinary CareAt Home Veterinary Care - West Gardiner, Maine
Dr. Adams from At Home Veterinary Care is accredited through the USDA as a Category 1 Veterinarian and is able to help her clients travel with their pets. As we come up on the busy season for travel, it is a key service that safeguards animal health and Dr. Adams is able to provide Official Certificates of Veterinary Inspection for travel.

Falmouth Animal HospitalFalmouth Animal Hospital - East Falmouth, Massachusetts
This beautiful birthday princess belongs to Dominga, vet assistant at Falmouth Animal Hospital. The team has taken good care of this 14 years young pup, and credits her long life to the preventative care she receives every year. During one of her checkups they found she has liver disease, which she now takes supplements for. We can’t wait to see her on her 15th birthday.

Companion Animal CareCompanion Animal Care - Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
Another team furbaby is Maverick, one of three Golden Retrievers owned by Letti the head CVT at Companion Animal Care. Maverick is coming up on six years old and enjoys his walks and the wind blowing through his fur. He is also known for taking his family’s sweaters and shoes back to his bed to snuggle with.

Bright Eyes & Bushy TailsBright Eyes & Bushy Tails - Iowa City, Iowa
Dr. Jana and the team at Bright Eyes & Bushy Tails partnered with Wildthunder Wildlife and Animal Rehabilitation and Sanctuary to get Dante the iguana back in good health. He went through surgery to amputate his limb so he would no longer be in pain. He is back at Wildthunder and is doing extremely well in recovery.

Check out some of the adorable costumes that our practice teams saw on their patients during Halloween.
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