Globe University-Sioux Falls SCNAVTA Students Attend Boxer Rescue Fundraiser

Veterinary technology students perform a nail trim on a boxer at the Northern Plains Boxer Walk.

Globe University-Sioux Falls veterinary technology students have ample opportunities to volunteer in the community while enrolled in their program. Instructors often ensure students have at least one opportunity each quarter to practice skills learned in the classroom in real-world settings.

On Saturday, September 12th, nine members of SCNAVTA (Student Chapter of National Veterinary Technicians of America) participated in the 6th annual Northern Plains Boxer Walk in Sioux Falls. Students were able to practice nail trims and restraints on the animals at this event.

The Boxer Rescue was established in 1998 and works in South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa. The organization’s main focus is finding permanent homes for boxers that come from breeders or were former strays. They accept donations of pet toys, food, and bedding for the adoptable dogs.

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