In the heartwarming saga of Minnie, a little Yorkshire Terrier, and her devoted owners Rose and Kevin, the power of love, resilience, and unexpected friendships takes center stage. Their story unfolds over nine years, [...]
Pamela Hill, Cat Behaviorist Inappropriate elimination is the number one reason cats are given to shelters or euthanized. Pamela Hill, cat behaviorist, has researched why cats don’t use their litterbox. Here are [...]
As some of you may remember Wraith came to us out of the woods, covered with tics and fleas and about seven pounds underweight. After weeks of gaining his trust we finally got him into a carrier and to an appointment with John (Dr. Bates). John's initial assessment was a five to seven year old who was dumped, as testified by his lack of hunting skills. Further blood work determined FIV with John stating he could put him down that day. I started a search for a no kill facility but no one would take an FIV cat.
Earlier this year, Peanut, a 4-year-old male Beagle/Lab mix was diagnosed with a lifethreatening heart disease at our hospital. Peanut had been lethargic, not eating well, and occasionally coughing. The veterinary cardiologist seeing him asked what he was eating and found that his owner, in a desire to do the best thing for Peanut, was feeding a boutique, grainfree diet containing kangaroo and chickpeas. Peanut required several medications to treat his heart failure but the owner also changed his diet. And today, now 5 months later, Peanut’s heart is nearly normal!