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At Wascana Animal Hospital, our team believes strongly in giving back and remaining active in our community. Some of the ways we do this, are by having team members available to visit pre-schools, elementary schools, Girl Guide & Scout groups as well as many other extra-curricular clubs. We also have had different groups come to our hospital for a tour! We provide veterinary education and are available to answer questions of what it is like to be a veterinarian or vet tech. We also are trained presenters for the "Be A Tree" program which educates children (and adults!) on how to read dog body language and interact safely with new dogs they may meet. This past June, Dr. Ulmer presented the "Be A Tree" program to children at our hospital. In December, she also visited a local pre-school to teach this presentation (and maybe fixed a few "stuffies" as well!) Please call us at 306-789-0918 if you would like one of our team members to do a presentation for your group or to arrange a hospital tour!
We have also started working with the Saskatchewan Dachshund Club to provide veterinary services for their rescue animals. The first patient we have helped has been a sweet old boy named Hershey (shown below). We look forward to continuing to assist the club in helping these rescue dogs get back on their path to wellness, so that they can find their forever homes!
Our team also joined in the RHS Dog Jog this summer presented by K-Lane Kennels. We like to demonstrate the importance of being active with our four-legged companions while supporting RHS animals in need. It was a sunny and tail-wagging day enjoyed by all!