Lawndale Veterinary Hospital continually strives to build connections with our community. We believe we all have the ability to impact others (people and animals) in a positive and uplifting way through actions and service. It is Lawndale’s hope that our time, our service, and our commitment to our community will facilitate a trust and understanding that will ultimately benefit the wellness of our pets (and their owners!).
One of the organizations that Lawndale Veterinary Hospital helps support is Freedom House. Learn more about how you can help them ‘Build Hope’ by viewing this video:
Here are some of the other ways Lawndale has served / is serving our Greensboro community:
Clinic ‘Paws and Learn’ Educational Events:
- Puppy Care Fairs (April 25, 2015, March 15, 2016, March 14, 2017, March 13, 2018)
- Paws and Learn: Pet Food and Nutrition (September 15, 2015)
Clinic Outreach Events:
- Rabies vaccine clinic (Low cost rabies vaccines in support of World Rabies Day) (each September on/around World Rabies Day)
Rescue Group Support:
- Dr. Waterman and Dr. Burnett volunteer their time each month to spay and neuter feral cats for the Non-Profit Feral Cat Assistance Program (FCAP).
- Lawndale regularly helps to provide veterinary care for Greyhound Friends of North Carolina. Dr. Crawford and Dr. Noureddine also participated in their Howloween Drop-In (October 18, 2015). Dr. Noureddine also spoke at their spring Open House on April 16, 2016.
- Our clinic has a regular influx of area high school and college students who come to shadow our doctors, work on Senior Projects, and learn more about the veterinary field
- Our doctors enjoy attending area Career Fairs / Career Days
- Our doctors periodically speak in school classrooms and camp programs
- Dr. Noureddine volunteers with the Guilford County Pet Responsibility Program
Clinic Donations to Support our Community Organizations and Events: