Introduction:Veterinarians are perhaps the least remembered when it comes to gifts, so here are some presents you can say thank you anytime to the doctor and staff. These can be used any time of year to let the important people know they are appreciated for what they do for you and your pets. A great way to say thank you that will not break your budget.
Gather all your ideas and buy a basket for the veterinarian and the staff who treat your pet all year long. Fill the basket with assorted fresh fruits for their break time at the office. Include a card of gratitude for a welcomed present. Some colorful napkins inserted will be useful and appreciated.
Select a basket from the dollar store and lay a colorful kitchen towel in it. Fill the basket with bags of nuts of different kinds. If they need a nut cracker, include two in the basket by hanging them over the edge of the present of gratitude.
Choose assorted teas, hot chocolate and spiced cider packets in a medium sized basket for the staff that help you care well for your pets all year long. A box or two of cookies would go nicely with a beverage for the veterinarian and staff members.
Decorate a gift basket with a lovely cloth napkin draped over the edge of your selected container. Choose a variety of chocolate bars and granola snacks as your personal thank you to the entire staff at the veterinarian's office.
Pick a small basket to put Mc Donald certificates in it for each of the staff and the veterinarian where you bring your dog or cat for care during the year. Even if they don't eat food there, coffee or a shake can be enjoyed by the people who make pet ownership easier by caring for your dog or cat.
Great gift ideas for veterinarians and staff! This could be done any time of the year as a special thank you. Super way to say thank you.
Wonderful gift list for Veterinarians. Thanks for sharing.
I kind of think that the thousands of dollars I spend at the vet should cover me but I'm seeing your point! There's some great suggestions here for a vet gift.
I have no pet, no vet, but you've published a considerate list for the people who keep pets in good health.
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