Vet Nurse Day is an annual observance celebrated on the Second Friday of October. Vet Nurses are often left unrecognized who works with the veterinarian to take care of your pets. Vet Nurse Day is a day to remember and appreciate the vet nurses from around the world for their vital role.
“I’m very caring with animals. I think patience is a big deal, because animals are always jumping around. I love to take care of people, so I think I’d be a good vet. I always wanted to be a vet when I was little.” – Jennifer Love Hewitt
History of Vet Nurse Day
Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia (VNCA) initiated the Vet Nurse Day. The celebration of the day is to raise awareness about the role pf vet nurses to the general public. It is a perfect day to recognize their contributions and appreciate their hard work and dedication in taking good care of the pets. They work every day to help protect the pets to heal and provides them comfort at every level. Vet nurses are those who care for their pets when they are sick. They identify the condition of them through careful examination. These men and nurses do the first aid and work with the veterinary doctors in assisting them. Vet nurses are playing a vital role in case of surgery and monitors everything is going well. It is they who checks if the right medicines are given to the pet animals and checks if their bandage needs a change.
Other Celebrations on October 9
October 9 is also celebrated as
- World Post Day
- National Face Your Fears Day
- National Moldy Cheese Day
- Fire Prevention Day
- Curious Events Day
- Beer and Pizza Day
- World Egg Day
How to Celebrate Vet Nurse Day
Take time to appreciate your furred, feathered, and scaled nurse when you take them for a check-up. Show your gratitude through kind words and make them smile. Gift them or send them a card to show your appreciation. Post and share your appreciation along with the celebrations on social media using the hashtag #VetNurseDay.
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