What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

A Very Good Sign


Though the area they serve only has a population of 18K, the Carroll County Veterinary Clinic’s social media accounts just keep going viral. The key is the ever-changing witty signage outside the clinic. The humor is universal, uncontroversial, and family friendly, so their posts tend to get shared all over the place. I don’t know whether one person is in charge of the hilarious signs or it’s a group effort, but they’re just fantastic.

You can follow the adorable Carroll County Veterinary Clinic on their website (which is pretty much devoid of jokes) and you can see the fun stuff on Instagram and Facebook.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

17 thoughts on “A Very Good Sign

  1. Cute and funny. There is a restaurant in Austin with a famous sign as well. They have published the sixth edition of a coffee table book with pictures of the signage.

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  2. those are good. they definitely brightened my day. Thanks!

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  3. I would have to drive bay every day just to check. Good ones.

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  4. These are hilarious! I loved the ‘Dirty Dancing’ sign, but they just kept on getting better and better. Kudos to whoever thinks up these signs. I’d be driving by to check them out, too.

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  5. These are great! My favourites were the unfinished research and dolphin jokes.

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  6. I just got home from twelve hours in the ER. I am fine. I needed a smile after all this and that is exactly what this did. My ER had nothing to do with the hurricane. Hal

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