Strokes, vision problems, arthritis and other conditions don't just affect people. Pets also develop serious health problems that change their lives. Fortunately, you can help your handicapped pet ...View Article
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While working at another clinic Ashlee, our office manager, adopted Charlee at just 6 weeks of age and less than two pounds. Because of Charlee's very small size her first family decided early on that they would not be able to care for her. She has now grown up big and strong at a whole eight pounds and loves everyone. Charlee is a very good helper at home so it was fitting that she become our office assistant. She is quite the social butterfly so next time you’re in please make sure to tell her hello.
Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings
You will probably find this pair of brothers lounging around during your visit to Timber Ridge. They were the remaining two cats from a litter that was rescued early in 2013. Dr. Davis and her family were more than happy to add them to their crew. They split their time between the clinic and Dr. Davis’s house. Willie and Waylon both love lots of attention and are always looking for fun.
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Goose may look big on the outside, but he is all heart. His first family had to surrender him when they could no longer provide him with the care that he needed. He usually keeps a watchful eye on the clinic from Dr. Melanie’s office and provides plenty of comedic relief. He is also proud to be one of our blood donors to always help a canine friend in need.