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NOMV is the leader in veterinary mental health and will transform the status of mental wellness within the profession so veterinary professionals can survive and thrive through education, resources, and support.

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Please help us show some appreciation for #VeterinaryAssistant, Taylor! 🎉

From Stephanie, "I would like to nominate Taylor for Veterinary Assistant Appreciation Week! Taylor is a super hero!! She is finishing up her 2nd semester of Veterinary Technician program, and she is a single mother to a beautiful baby girl. Taylor’s compassion, drive, and passion of our field of Veterinary Medicine is truly inspiring! She is always there to lend a hand no questions asked. The world is a brighter place because of her!! ❤️"

Thank you, Taylor, for all that you do 💚 Let's celebrate her in the comments! 💬

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Please help us show some appreciation for #VeterinaryAssistant, Taylor! 🎉 

From Stephanie, I would like to nominate Taylor for Veterinary Assistant Appreciation Week! Taylor is a super hero!! She is finishing up her 2nd semester of Veterinary Technician program, and she is a single mother to a beautiful baby girl. Taylor’s compassion, drive, and passion of our field of Veterinary Medicine is truly inspiring! She is always there to lend a hand no questions asked. The world is a brighter place because of her!! ❤️

Thank you, Taylor, for all that you do 💚 Lets celebrate her in the comments! 💬

#NOMV #NotOneMoreVet #VetMed #VeterinaryAssistantAppreciationWeekImage attachment

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Taylor is so amazing!! She is so dedicated to her patients, and our clients!!

Yey!! Thank you, Taylor! Denver and the kitties would also like to thank you for all the love you give them!

Taylor is the absolute BEST and won't take my kids anywhere else!!!

So proud of you and all your accomplishments. keep up the amazing work. Love and hugs to you . Keep lov

Thank you so much for all of your hard work Taylor! People like you make the world a better place ♥️♥️♥️

Your passion for what you do is obvious and sounds like you make your work a better place with your sweet personality!

Taylor is amazing!!!

Taylor-Thank you for being a vet tech and doing what it takes to help animals. Thank you for being kind, compassionate, and a wonderful human being. You are AMAZING!! Lexi and Sandy love the care you provide them! 🐶🐾

Taylor your a natural

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Today we would like to recognize #VeterinaryAssistant, Samantha! 🎉

Samantha shared this with us, "I've been in the vet med field for 16 years, starting when I was teenager. I was brought into veterinary medicine by my sister, a licensed technician in Atlanta. We lost her in 2013, and the only way I've been able to move forward is to go into work every day telling myself for every life I save, I’ll match another one for her. In 2020, I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. I worked through my first two rounds of chemo, until I couldn't anymore, and fought through my cancer, knowing my job wasn't done yet. I've been in remission since 2021, and attribute a lot of my perseverance in vet med to my battle. Currently, I assist at Pleasant Plains Animal Hospital in New York, and hope to one day be the practice manager of a hospital while focusing on veterinary social work. My favorite thing about vet med is rebuilding the trust between clients and their medical team. I truly believe there’s so much uncharted territory in regards to how we can approach patient care and build truly unique experiences."

Thank you, Samantha, for everything you do! Your strength, compassion, and dedication do not go unnoticed, and we are grateful to have you as a part of the veterinary community 💚

Please help us celebrate Samantha in the comments! 💬

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Today we would like to recognize #VeterinaryAssistant, Samantha! 🎉

Samantha shared this with us, Ive been in the vet med field for 16 years, starting when I was teenager. I was brought into veterinary medicine by my sister, a licensed technician in Atlanta. We lost her in 2013, and the only way Ive been able to move forward is to go into work every day telling myself for every life I save, I’ll match another one for her. In 2020, I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. I worked through my first two rounds of chemo, until I couldnt anymore, and fought through my cancer,  knowing my job wasnt done yet. Ive been in remission since 2021, and attribute a lot of my perseverance in vet med to my battle. Currently, I assist at Pleasant Plains Animal Hospital in New York, and hope to one day be the practice manager of a hospital while focusing on veterinary social work. My favorite thing about vet med is rebuilding the trust between clients and their medical team. I truly believe there’s so much uncharted territory in regards to how we can approach patient care and build truly unique experiences. 

Thank you, Samantha, for everything you do! Your strength, compassion, and dedication do not go unnoticed, and we are grateful to have you as a part of the veterinary community 💚

Please help us celebrate Samantha in the comments! 💬

#NOMV #NotOneMoreVet #VeterinaryAssistantAppreciationWeek #VetMed