Globe University – Green Bay Vet Tech Program Helps 1,000 Furry Patients

Globe University-Green Bay is celebrating a huge milestone in their community services it offers. The veterinary technology program has just admitted its 1,000th patient! This means over one thousand animals from Northeast Wisconsin area rescues and shelters have been helped.

Many of these animals may not have been able to receive these services if it weren’t for Globe University providing them as a benefit to the local rescues and shelters.

The goal of offering these services is to free up funds that rescues and shelters can use for other items and hopefully help them see a higher rate of adoption as a result.

“Some patients have come to us more than once for ongoing care so we have had far more under our roof, but it is amazing to think that we have been able to help that many different animals,” Jennie Wertel, vet tech program chair said.

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