Family Photos with Santa at Elm Point Animal Hospital

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Family Photos with Santa at Elm Point Animal Hospital

Families walk into Elm Point Hospital on Dec. 2 awaiting to get their picture with Santa Claus. This was the first time the animal hospital hosted this event to bring together the spirit of the holiday with their clients and families.

Families walk into Elm Point Hospital on Dec. 2 awaiting to get their picture with Santa Claus. This was the first time the animal hospital hosted this event to bring together the spirit of the holiday with their clients and families.

Credit to Isabella Schneider

Families walk into Elm Point Hospital on Dec. 2 awaiting to get their picture with Santa Claus. This was the first time the animal hospital hosted this event to bring together the spirit of the holiday with their clients and families.

Credit to Isabella Schneider

Credit to Isabella Schneider

Families walk into Elm Point Hospital on Dec. 2 awaiting to get their picture with Santa Claus. This was the first time the animal hospital hosted this event to bring together the spirit of the holiday with their clients and families.

By Isabella Schneider, Photographer

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On Dec. 2, Elm Point Animal Hospital hosted family photos with Santa Paws. Clients of the hospital were able to bring in their pets and get family photos with Santa for the holidays.

“This was an idea we had to offer another service for our clients,” Practice Manager of the Hospital, Jon Drew said. “This is the first year we’ve done it, and the turnout has been crazy good.”

Families were offered different photo packages ranging from a classic printed photo, print the photos on bags, magnets and more.

A portion of he proceeds from each purchase was placed to the angel fund. This fund helps families with pets in need of emergency procedures with the potential to save lives.

“We try to be a family oriented business with our clients and pets,” Drew said. “This year we had 57 pre-registered families and many walk-ins. It’s meant to be a festive family time.”

Elm Point Animal Hospital hopes to continue this in the following years to come. With a turnout of over 57 families, they hope the numbers grow each year.

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