Nashoba Tech Goes to the Dogs for a Day

December 16, 2018

Students and staff in the Veterinary Assisting program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford recently held the first annual DOGtoberfest, with students and the general public bringing in their dogs (and other favorite pets) for a day of fun, games, “pawdicures,” raffles, a bake sale and a presentation by the Littleton Police Department K-9 Unit. DOGtoberfest benefited the Veterinary Assisting program, which partners with Angell Memorial Medical Center at the Angell at Nashoba Clinic.

Left: Bayleigh Snook of Billerica, a junior in Veterinary Assisting, corrals Destiny and Americas, the family’s Dachshunds. Center: Brianna Schmoyer, a junior from Harvard, pats Harley, her Malamute, as Dylan Bourassa, a senior from Shirley, looks on. Both are students in the Culinary Arts program.

Right: Kylie Hilberg of Groton, a senior in Veterinary Assisting, holds Kenzie, her guinea pig. COURTESY PHOTOS

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