Troop 43114 at BEEVET
This past week, BEEVET Animal Hospital met with Girl Scout troop 43114 to help them achieve their Animal Helper Badge! To earn the Animal Helpers Badge, the Girl Scouts must explore the connection between humans and animals, find out how animals help keep people safe, know how animals help people emotionally, check out how animals help people with disabilities, and look at how animals might help us in the future. One of our spectacular veterinarians, Dr. Catherine Caprio, led the discussion and activities to explore these issues, with a little help from her dog, Zola, and our resident African Grey Parrot, Potter!
Our team is committed to serving our neighbors through learning events like this one with Troop 43114 because as a locally-owned, small business, we understand the importance of giving back to our community. If you are interested in one of our learning programs, please call our office at 512-263-9292, or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Vet For A Day
Punch Gets Surgery Thanks To BEEVET Animal Hospital!
After ten years of living in a home, Punch was owner surrendered because of a leg issue. Unsure of what originally caused his injury, Punch was examined by several vets including a specialist. They concluded that his leg lost range of motion and was painful due to a suspected trauma.
Fortunately, BEEVET Animal Hospital was able to perform the amputation surgery for Punch and he is now recovered and doing well in his foster home. His coat has thickened and grown in, he has gained weight and he is an all around happy pup enjoying his senior years.