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Happy World Vet Day! We would like to extend a sincere thank you to all the veterinarians who take amazing care of our pets year after year. The COVID-19 pandemic has made veterinary care harder than ever. In honor of this day and the theme of this year’s World Vet Day- the veterinary response to the coronavirus pandemic, we have compiled some stories highlighting the resilience, ingenuity and spirit of vets everywhere!


A tele-health veterinary appointment for a cat.

Image credit: Rover

https://www.rover.com/blog/on-pandemic-frontlines-family-veterinarian-soldiers-on/

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has been tough on vets, vet techs, animal parents and animals themselves. Read the above article from Rover to catch a glimpse inside what feats vets have had to conquer in the past year.
Sheeba the dog with her doctors.

Image credit: Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine

https://vet.purdue.edu/news/resilience-in-midst-of-pandemic-showcased-in-story-of-purdue-veterinary-hospital-patient-sheeba.php

  • Read the story of Sheeba, a sweet dog who had to fight a complicated medical condition during the COVID-19 pandemic with her family and amazing veterinarians by her side.

Black cat receives vet care.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/12/19/vet-appointments-during-covid-19-pandemic-longer-waits-busy-vets/3926813001/

  • Learn more about why wait times have been longer for vet visits during the coronavirus pandemic and tips on how to make sure your animals stay healthy and up-to-date on their care. 
Group of masked vets jump in the air gleefully in front of mural.

Image credit: Vet Show

https://us.vetshow.com/latestnews/how-a-startup-vet-clinic-is-thriving-during-a-pandemic

  • Read about how this female-led veterinary clinic thrived during the pandemic with their unique work model and forward-thinking practices!
Group of vets stand in their clinic with masks on and socially distanced. One is holding a cat.

Image credit: VetCor

https://www.vetcor.com/blog/covid19-stories

  • Early in the pandemic, VetCor took the time to bring some light to the darkness and shared these uplifting COVID-19 stories from their own clinics.