Remi @mr.remi_thebernedoodle stopped by this week to see Dr. Emily Leahey for his second round of puppy boosters and a socialization visit. He was the best boy and humored us while we posed him for pictures and fawned over his perfect manners!

It’s been a busy year here at Animalia, and as we close out 2022, we can’t help but focus on one word. Community.

The word community refers to a feeling of fellowship with others, sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. We are blessed to work alongside many compassionate, likeminded folks in veterinary medicine who put animals first and work tirelessly to provide the highest standard of care for the pets of our community. We also have the pleasure of serving fellow pet owners who fiercely love, protect, and care for their animals. They are family, and we’ll treat them like they are our own.

The relationship and community between a pet owner and their veterinary team is special and we do not take it for granted. We truly are a community of people who love our pets and aspire to be the kind of humans they think we are. Here’s to many more years of working together to care for our furry friends! Wishing you a Merry Christmas and every blessing in the coming year!

🎄A reminder that Animalia will be closed Monday, December 26th. We look forward to serving our clients and patients during normal business hours of 7:30am-6pm on Tuesday, December 27th. If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, please contact Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners at 615-333-1212.

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