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“I always say that I’m a veterinarian first,” says founder and director Michelle Lem. “I work with homeless people who are pet owners.”
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Behavior Counseling - Senior Pet Cognitive Dysfunction Date: April 2, 2014
It is generally believed that a dog or cat’s cognitive function tends to decline with age, much as it does in people. If your dog or cat has one or more of the signs below and all potent[...]
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like my best friend. He brings me joy and happiness.
A typical day for Shadow is being harassed in the cat, being a toy hog, eating and pooing and sleeping.
I haven’t had a vet for at least 12 years. Money’s tight and this is something that’s really important and it’s really special that someone is willing to gi[...]
a companion, I love her — I love to take care of her, she’s always around me.
She sleeps with me — I’m not sure what else.
She’s full of energy, she’s very full of energy. She always wants to follow, she doesn’t like to be alone, she has to on your lap all the time, try to push her aside — she’s back on you.
means the world to me. I can’t picture a day without going home and seeing him. I’d cry.
He’s so cute ... I don’t know what else to say.
We couldn’t afford to bring him to the vet, so we filled out some forms and got accepted.
is like part of the family. I love her.
I have another cat. They play together and I enjoy their company very much.
I’ve been here previously with my other cat, so I know all about the clinic.
The cat is very playful. She like to climb on the table and knock things off — she’s a real joy, a bundle of joy.[...]