This month’s dog of the month is Charlie Prince. Charlie has been a client for several years and is a very sweet fellow. He is always ready to greet us with a wagging tail. Please enjoy Charlie!
Greetings everyone! We have a new vet hospital in our area so Rubin, my Boxer, and I went to investigate! The hospital is located in Zelienople. It is called Pets In Harmony Vet Hospital. Rubin and I set up an appointment to have some blood work done and discuss a growth on his foot. I also interviewed the owner, Dr. Brian Silvis at that time. Dr. Silvis owns three veterinary offices in the area.
Gus Gruber is our May dog of the month. Gus’s entire family have been clients of APHC for a long time. I came to know his mom Bridget through her sister Brenda who was a daily client. Bridget worked for us while she was in college. Bridget actually got Gus when she was in school, her dorm was animal friendly. Shortly after graduation she became a daily client. Gus is very sweet he loves to burrow under blankets and play ball out back over and over again. Gus is just a little peanut that can be held in your arms. He likes to be the main man in charge which is so funny considering Gus lives with two Great Danes! Please enjoy reading about the man, the myth, the legend Gus Gruber!
Our next Cat of the Quarter is the very distinguished Tipper Daugherty-Penn. I have had the privilege of being Tipper’s sole caretaker for the past few years when his mom and dad go on vacation. Tipper is such a sweetheart and loves to talk to me-he’s always very vocal about welcoming me into the house! We have our routine and he loves attention!
This article was written by my friend Ann Staub, owner of The Holistic Pet Nutrition Center in Zelienople/Harmony PA. We are what we eat and the same goes for our pets.
This blog was written by our very own Norrah Johnston. As you all know Norrah has a long history of working with dogs and has seen this issue repeatedly. I feel as a pet owner it can be quite common and it contains great information to always keep in mind. Even the best behaved dog can have a bad moment and learning to read your pet can save you heartache and distress.