Sugar Hill Animal Hospital is a proud member of the Boy Scouts of America Explorer Program. With this program, high school students learn important job skills that they will need to succeed in the veterinary field and beyond. We teach them everything that a technician is required to know, and they have the opportunity to shadow each of our 6 doctors to observe different illnesses and diagnoses. This is a very open program. When there is an emergency or a surgery, they are right there with us, learning how to react in each and every kind of situation. In this way, we prepare students for their future in veterinary medicine. If veterinary medicine is not something they want to do, they will quickly figure that out, helping them decide what career choice they want or don't want to do. Because we are part of the Boy Scouts of America and an AAHA accredited practice, not only will each student receive volunteer credits, but this is a great addition to any college and/or scholarship application. Each year we have a scholarship program for seniors to receive 1,000 dollars for their own personal use, and many of our explorers have received this award through this program. Our fun and friendly staff is always willing to teach and help every explorer. So come on out and have some fun with us!