Our compassionate veterinary staff is grateful for you

The story collection Winnie-the-Pooh was published 92 years ago by the British author A.A. Milne. Pooh (and his highly relatable group of friends in the Hundred-Acre Wood) not only soothed kids still shaken by the effects of war, but with his beautifully simple, yet philosophical, musings Pooh spoke to people of all ages. The characters still endure to this day, in part because we have a treasure trove of insightful quotes that remind us of what really matters in life.

As we prepare to close out the year, we can’t help but reflect on the things we’re grateful for. To quote Eeyore, “ A little consideration, a little thought for others, makes all the difference”. Our compassionate veterinary staff couldn’t agree more!

We Value Our Clients

Pet owners first come to us after one of the happiest days of their lives. Indeed, the days following a pet adoption are similar to a birth of a baby. Everyone’s happy and excited, and the goals include achieving overall health and wellness for their new best friend.  

We are so honored by the opportunity to work closely with our clients to provide the best possible lifelong care for our patients. We not only feel connected to our community of furry, four-legged friends, but to our growing group of caring pet owners, too.

Thank You

As we look back at the last 12 months, our compassionate veterinary staff would like to thank our clients. Thank you for caring about pets in need. Thank you for treating pets with kindness and appreciation. Thank you for bringing your pets in to see us; that tells us that you have your pet’s best interest at heart. Thank you for trusting in our care and expertise. We work hard to earn your trust and will continue to do everything we can to keep it.

Thank you for letting us hold, snuggle, and play with your pets. Thank you for being honest with us regarding their behaviors and lifestyles. Thank you for bringing your pet in when it’s time to say goodbye.

Life is Precious

We carry all of the moments we have with our animal friends. From the very first introduction to the final moment, our compassionate staff not only realizes that life is precious, but that caring for another’s life is a unique privilege.

As Pooh says, “Some people care too much. I think it’s called love”. We love what we do, and look forward to another amazing year together.

From Our Compassionate Veterinary Staff

With very full hearts, our compassionate veterinary staff wants to wish you and yours a very happy holiday, and good health in the new year.