Pennsylvania vet’s hilarious ‘welcome’ video goes viral


Southtown Veterinary Hospital near Montrose made a video welcoming the public to the building, and it went viral after being on Facebook for a day.

MONTROSE, Pa .– Employees at a Susquehanna County veterinary hospital have made a video to post to Facebook letting their customers know it’s almost time to welcome them back to the building. The video went viral after just a day of posting.

“When it hit 100,000 last night, then 200,000 then 300,000 this morning. It’s as if in 24 hours 300,000 people had seen this video,” said Dr Robert Sullivan, or as it was calls Southtown Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Bob.

Now, 24 hours later, Dr Bob and the rest of the staff are kind of like celebrities.

“We did it for our staff, we did it just to have fun and see how it went. And it turns out more serious than what we thought it was going to be. game because everything I did I was walking around the office and doing it myself, ”explained Dr. Bob. He says he’s heard from other vets around the world thanking him for having them made her laugh when they needed it most.

“Being able to do this video and do this really funny thing during these tough times, our job is really tough, we deal with a lot of emotional stuff. It was so much fun to put it all aside and laugh with each other all over there. ‘afternoon and we have been laughing watching the video since it was posted yesterday, ”said Meganne Luecke, receptionist, veterinary technician and now the star of the viral video.

In the video, every time Dr. Bob swears, he has to buy the staff lunch. There are dedications at places like Anthony’s and The Madhouse Cafe. It’s a nod to all the local restaurants and pizzerias the staff have frequented over the past year and a half, something that was really important to Rebecca, Dr Bob’s wife, the chief of staff and the brain behind it all.

“The soup, the pizza, the salads, the hoagies, everything, locally, they took us through, so this community is all-encompassing. They took care of us, and we, in turn, feel like we have. took care of them and their pets, ”said Rebecca Sullivan.

Dr Bob even made sure to use a local marketing company to produce the video. LORE Marketing and Media is a company based in Montrose and in its infancy.

“It makes me feel good to know that it brought joy to so many people. I got to work with a great group of people who did it and who were willing to work hard and see it through.” said Edward Luecke, LORE Marketing and Media.

Southtown Veterinary Hospital will welcome people to the building on Tuesday, July 6.


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