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Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology
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Englewood, CO 80110

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June 10, 2013 Events0

Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology ventured to Boulder, CO on June 2, 2013, to participate in the first annual Paw-Mazing Chase. Hosted by Boulder’s Natural Animal Hospital, this human/canine 5K benefited the Canine Partners of the Rockies, an organization that places service dogs with handicapped individuals. VRCC’s Neurology practice was a proud donor to a great cause and passed out water bottles to keep the participants hydrated! We are looking forward to next year’s event!

Paw Mazing Chase Boulder Colorado June 2nd 2013 | All proceeds benefit Canine Partners of the Rockies

What is the Paw-Mazing Chase? A team consists of one person and one dog or two people and at least one dog (please advise that dogs MUST be dog friendly!).

The Paw-Mazing Chase is modeled after the CBS show, The Amazing Race. Teams will receive a sealed envelope with a clue or riddle inside. Deciphering the clue will tell each team which store in the Table Mesa Shopping Center they need to run to next. There will be 20 stops. At each stop an event volunteer will (a) verify the correctly deciphered clue, (b) give their dog(s) a small treat if they are correct and (c) give them the next clue.


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February 5, 2013 Events0

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Please join the VRCC on this two-mile walk for animals in Washington Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 5, benefiting the Dumb Friends League.

For more information, check out their website at furryscurry.org


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Watch the news story about a Great Pyrenees name Shenandoah who is a service dog to Connie. Shenandoah has progressive weakness in her hind end making it difficult for her to walk long distances and has decreased the activity she and Connie can do together. Dr. Lane and Connie decided that a cart would be helpful. The cart was donated by Doggon’ Wheels.

Aired on January 25, 2013 on Fox 31 News:

FOX31 NEWS@NINE – Dog Gets Fitted for Wheelchair Cart at RMVN

:: Archived at Englewood Herald Website

:: Archived at Thornton Sentinel Website

:: Archived at Colorado Community Media, page 24


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January 22, 2013 Events0

September 29, 2012

logo-battle-of-the-veterinary-hospital-starsFirst annual “Battle of The Veterinary Hospitals Stars” raises over $4,000 for PetAid Colorado’s Disaster Services program.

Coal Creek Animal Hospital triumphs with victory at the Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado charity event over the weekend.

 

Englewood, CO (September 25, 2012) – Colorado’s pets have over $4,000 more dollars to protect and support them, with that much raised over the weekend with Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado’s “Battle of the Veterinary Hospital Stars” event in Centennial. Hundreds of professionals from 40 area animal hospitals came together to benefit PetAid Disaster Services (formerly Animal Emergency Management Program).

Coming in first place was Coal Creek Animal Hospital, winning a whimsical, traveling trophy of Dalmatian and fire hydrant and large package of prizes for the facility and participants. Second place went to Tender Touch Animal Hospital and third place was Southwest Veterinary Hospital.

“Battle of The Vet Hospital Stars” is the creation of Englewood’s Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado(www.vrcc.com). VRCC) hospital staff and 39 other hospitals from Colorado’s veterinary community competed in this vigorous and ultra-competitive event, supporting the efforts of PetAid Disaster Services, which provides relief for pets during Colorado disasters. In the recent, devastating 2012 fires, PetAid Disaster Services manned animal shelters and provided veterinary care to displaced pets.

VRCC and Antech Diagnostics collaborated to make the event possible, highlighting the services and compassion provided to pets, clients, and veterinary ancillary services throughout the Front Range.

“PetAid Disaster Services is honored to be the beneficiary for this event and without the support of the community and organizations like VRCC, we wouldn’t be able to provide the needed support to pets and their owners during disasters,” said Ralph Johnson, executive director of PetAid Colorado.

The teams competed head-to-head, working to be the best team on the field. Games included Tug-of-War, inflatable obstacle courses, human wrecking ball and lots more exciting and fun challenges.

The event date was chosen in recognition of September as Disaster Preparedness Month in the U.S.


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