Hello my name is Whiskers. My brother and I came to live at the clinic in 2014. We had to find a new home because we were naughty boys and could not always find our litter box. We are good kitty's now and love our new home. I love to lay on the front desk and have my tummy rubbed.
Hello my name is Mittens. I am Whiskers brother. As he said we needed to find a new home in 2014 and moved to the clinic. I like to stay in back and and find cozy spots to soak up the sun. I am the talkative one of the bunch.
Hello my name is Louie but I prefer King Louie. I am the youngest of the bunch. The first time I came to the clinic was because I had been hit by a car or stepped on by a cow. I was very badly injured. My jaw was dislocated, leg was broken and my tail had nerve damage. My previous owner surrendered me to the clinic. It was love at first sight for Dr. Lester and myself. Dr. Lester and her staff took good care of me and with time and therapy I have recovered 98%. As you can see in my handsome photo I sit a bit funny and can't jump as high as my fellow cats. But I am very happy and grateful Dr. Lester took the time to fix me. I am now a little over a year old and can be very mischievous. I love to fight with my brothers and if there is a pet food bag any where around I love to chew on it.
Hello my name is Sandy. I have a huge smile. I needed to find a new home because I had killed a chicken and I need more supervision. I was a bit over weight when I arrived but with hard work and lots of play I have been able to slim down to my normal weight. One of the first days I was here I enjoyed almost a full pan of Dr. Bill's banana bread without removing it from the counter. All that was left was a very clean empty pan. Dr. Bill forgave me and I have been trying to be good and watch my weight since. I still get into the garbage if someone leaves something yummy in it. But I am learning.
Hello my name is Tucker. I am the most recent addition to the clinic. I am in training to become a greeter. I am a very rambunctious and happy dog. If you hear barking in the back ground when you call it is most likely me. I am a lab-x and a little over 3 years old. I came to the clinic a little over weight and now have been able to slim down to appropriate weight.
Ruger is our Vet Tech's dog who is lucky he gets to come to work with her each day. He fits right in with the rest of the dog crew at the clinic. Ruger is a German Short Hair Pointer even though he is the color of a chocolate lab. Now that Ruger is all recovered from his surgery's he is his happy self again!
Lucy is one of our greeters. Dr. Lester adopted her from a shelter after looking for a very long time for the right fit for her family. Lucy is all grown up now and fully trained. I love to jump in the window to get a good look at what's outside.
Lola is Dr. Lester's puppy. She is a lemon and white colored basset hound. She comes to the clinic most days and enjoys playing with the other puppy's when she is not tripping over or dipping her very long ears in water. She has the cutest little swagger from the back and just keeps getting longer and longer.
Freya is the smallest puppy who is one of our greeters. Freya is about 5 years of age now and Milena little fluff ball. She loves to be held and walk under all the other dogs.
Hello my name is Bob. I am no longer at the clinic. I have passed over the rainbow bridge to doggie heaven. I am missed very much the all. I was a shelter dog before I came to live at the clinic. No one wanted to adopt me because I was too nervous and hyper in the kennel. I came to the Vet clinic for a Rabies vaccinations and a Heartworm test. I was lucky and found my fur-ever home in the process. I am a 11 year old yellow lab. My jobs for the last 9 years at the clinic are to greet my fellow pets and their owners, ask for attention and treats from everyone, clean up all food or treats of any kind that make it to the floor.