As you saw in our last post, we have no shortage of uplifting stories from our practices. Sometimes our practices have to say goodbye to valued team members as they embark on their next chapter.
Read on for puppy pictures and to learn about several team members who have moved on from their practices but left behind a great impression.
Basin Run Animal Hospital - Colora, Maryland
Just because Kayla’s off pursuing her DVM degree at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate her birthday. She’ll be rejoining the practice team at Basin Run Animal Hospital this winter, and her Basin Run family can’t wait for her and her adorable 16-year-old Dachshund, Cosmo, to come back.
Goffstown Animal Hospital - Manchester, New Hampshire
Many adventures await Sam and Lauren as they leave Goffstown Animal Hospital. Their practice team celebrated them with a fantastic send-off to show them just how much they mean to them and their patients. Everyone at Goffstown is grateful for all the work Sam and Lauren have done, and they’ll certainly be missed dearly.
Delphos Animal Hospital - Delphos, Ohio
Nothing makes Delphos Animal Hospital’s Dr. Bonnie happier than treating a family pet for the duration of their lifetime. When she first saw Charlie in April of 2019, he was a carefree pup who was there for a puppy exam. Just shy of two, he now has an air of sophistication about him. Dr. Bonnie has loved watching him grow and can’t wait to see him at his next visit.
Northern Michigan Veterinary Hospital - Williamsburg, Michigan
Small but mighty, this little turtle recently visited Northern Michigan Veterinary Hospital. To show off his size, a team member snapped a picture of this tiny 6-month-old in the palm of their hand. This serves as a wonderful reminder that our practices care for creatures of all kinds - whether furry, scaled, feathered, or shelled.
Ocoee Animal Hospital - Blue Ridge, Georgia
When a storm rolled over Ocoee Animal Hospital and high winds took out their power, Dr. Belyeu didn’t let it stop her from performing a necessary surgery on one of her patients. To ensure her patient received the care he needed, the Ocoee team’s techs used the flashlights on their cell phones to allow Dr. Belyeu to move forward with the procedure. Truly inspiring.
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