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COMMUNITY · July 15th, 2021

Our 5 Favorite Photos of the Summer (So Far)

Even on the toughest days, our caregivers do everything they can to make pets happy and love them like their own. To celebrate these moments, here’s a collection of our five favorite photos from around our community – each guaranteed to put you in a sunny mood and remind us all why we do what we do.

5. Poulsbo Marina Veterinary Clinic in Poulsbo, Washington

Ten of these little potatoes came in for an exam at Poulsbo Marina Veterinary Clinic, turning their visit into a puppy party with the staff. 🥔🥔🥳  “Welcome to the world, pups!” said the team.

4. AVS Equine Hospital in Tallahassee, Florida

Day or night, snow or shine, with their kids or without, Equine veterinarians like Dr. Rachel Lacey bring medicine and comfort to patients in need, where they need it. When this foal became very sick, Dr. Lacey and her daughter took a pause from their day together to nurse it back to health. “Some mothers are saving baby horses and training the horse vets of tomorrow,” said the AVS team. That’s what supermoms (and super-vets) do! 🦸‍♀️🩺

3. SuperVets in Manly West, Australia & Hendra, Australia

It looks like Sierra got Dr. Cassimatis’ memo: On Wednesdays, wear pink. 💕  “We were all tickled pink over this fabulous patient, Sierra,” said the team at SuperVets – one of the newest hospitals to join our VetPartners community down under.

2. Animal Hospital of Woodstock in Woodstock, Illinois

This pup was willing to let Dr. Anamaria examine her, but first, she had some conditions… 🤔  “She drives a hard bargain,” said the team at Animal Hospital of Woodstock.

1. Burnham Park Animal Hospital in Chicago, Illinois

The face you make when you want a snack, but the fridge is only stocked with medicine. 😩  “Allis was slightly disappointed to see no food in this fridge,” said the team at Burnham Park Animal Hospital. “Sorry, buddy, you’re still the best girl!”

For more of our favorite photos, be sure to follow us on Instagram at @NVAPets.

One Response

  1. Lauri says:

    I love all of these. Makes my day much brighter.
    Especially since I live in an apartment and cannot subject a dog to staying home when I go to work.

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