Veterinary Technology SCNATVA Students Host Fundraiser to Help Animals Injured in Disasters

Pet owners are always looking for reasons to show off their adorable four-legged friends. Globe University-Sioux Falls and the veterinary technology program knows this all too well, and came up with a plan that let students brings their pets on campus while helping other animals in need.

On Wednesday, June 3rd, SCNAVTA, or Student Chapter of National Veterinary Technicians of America, held a fundraiser for Animal Disaster Relief and Response Fund on campus. Students and staff brought their pets in for nail trims and baths for a small fee, and could also pay for the potluck hosted in the student lounge. The proceeds will help support animals who are the victims of natural disasters.

“I had a great time with the students giving baths and seeing them practice their hands-on skills performing nail trims. We had a great turnout for the event and will definitely repeat it in the future!” said SCNAVTA supervisor Audree Cermak.

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