One Love Pets

One Love Pets is a group we have partnered with to raise money in support of the Montgomery Humane Society’s heartworm treatment fund by selling these OLP tags! If you did not already know about this organization, “One Love Pets” is a non-profit organization that provides parasite preventative medications and treatment of disease caused by parasites for dogs and cats in need. Please visit to learn more about their wonderful organization. Because they are a group that branches out to many veterinary schools around the country (and internationally), they host a Virtual 5K, allowing runners around the world to connect and support animals in need! Because the run is “virtual,” it allows supporters to customize their run to their own pace and schedule.


Thanks-Christmas Party

Last weekend we celebrated together with a potluck and members participated in white elephant. We all had a great time celebrating together.

Senior Night 2017


A couple weeks ago, Zeta Chapter got together with the sole purpose of honoring our wonderful seniors. This was one last “shebang” for the 4th years who leave for their preceptorship in just a couple weeks. Not only do we use this night to enjoy the company of our 4th years one last time, but we also hand out “senior superlatives”, Most Outstanding Senior, and Most Outstanding Pledge (all voted on by Zeta Chapter). We had an amazing dinner of BBQ put together by our very own Ali Matheney , followed by drinks and some brotherly celebration.

The winner of Most Outstanding Pledge was Eric Mize (who is also the newly elected Vice President). The winner of Most Outstanding Senior was Rachael Geyer.


Each of seniors are very important to us, and we are really sad to see them go.

White Carnation 2017


Last night, Zeta Chapter held our annual formal event White Carnation. Members and their dates dressed up their suites and ties and prepared for a great time!



The night started out with a catered dinner at the house from Pannie George’s (typical southern comfort food including fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes, green beans, and rolls). A party bus then picked us up and took us to John Emerald Distillery located in Opelika.

Like last year, we decided to make White Carnation a charity ball. Using donations from local businesses and school sponsors, baskets were put together and raffled off in a “Chinese” style raffle.


Our sponsors included Hill’s, Purina, Dechra, Auburn Aromatherapy and Massage Center, Toomer’s Corner, and many more. Due to all of these wonderful donations, we were able to raise $600 to be donated to Macon County Humane Society.

Formal is always an event that we look forward to, and we were not disappointed this year. Our social chair (Taylour Seo) had been working tirelessly to make this night a success.