VetCor Community Connections - November Edition

As always, our practice teams are out and about in their communities, lending helping hands wherever they're needed. They assist in hurricane relief efforts, visit after school reading programs, collect food for local humane societies, and allow students to shadow them while they work. We are so proud of them for all that they do to help build and foster connections in their local communities.

Check out some of our favorite examples of Community Connections from November below!

Dylan   Maritza with a feline friend

Dylan, the dog of Dr. Gulker of Animal Medical Center of Ontario, volunteers his time to an after school reading program once a month. As you can see, he loves to listen.

 

This Veterans Day, Stonebridge Veterinary Hospital gave thanks for their client service representative, Maritza, a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Thank you for your service, Maritza!

     
Dr. Periman in Puerto Rico   Tracy at New York Vet

Dr. Periman and certified veterinary technician, Mia, are currently in Puerto Rico, assisting with hurricane relief efforts. They are working with ViDAS to spay, neuter, and vaccinate thousands of animals.

 

Brian and Tracy, of our Acquisition team, and VetCor recruiter, Jess, had a blast at New York Vet last weekend. Pictured are Tracy and Jess meeting up with a local VetCor employee. It looks like everyone had a great time!

     
Former clinic cat, Kirk   Students who shadowed at Stonebridge

Edwardsville Pet Hospital is currently collecting food donations for the Metro East Humane Society in memory of their late clinic cat, Kirk. What a great way to honor his life.

 

Stonebridge Veterinary Hospital allowed students from several local schools to shadow their team for the day. They watched various procedures, learned about prevention, and held puppies and kittens. of course!

     
Tri-County was recently awarded Best Business of the Year   Dr. Davis with Kiwi

Tri-County Veterinary Service was recently awarded Best Business of the Year. We want to congratulate the Tri-County team for all their hard work.

 

Dr. Davis of Kingston Animal Hospital brought Dr. Rudin's cat, Kiwi, to visit with residents at Benchmark Senior Living as part of their Animal Tales program.