“Get your “Pets make life Aussi-om” T-shirts, featuring Andie the Aussie! The shirts come in a variety of colors including turquoise and turquoise heather, purple and purple heather, kelly green and kelly green heather and athletic (grey) heather as well as an assortment of sizes. We are also offering both a long sleeve and short sleeve version, they are called Alstyle shirts and are very comfortable.”)
Chloe was an adorable bundle of fluff when she came to us from SEVA GREAT Golden Retriever Rescue. At eight months old we learned she has an irreversible congenital heart defect that will most likely shorten her life. But, at five years old, she has surpassed her “expiration date” and surprised us all! Chloe has a remarkable strength of spirit and a sweet and loving disposition. She is our special girl.
Chloe – Largo and Lew Faxon
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You have likely received a few emails and possibly text messages recently. In an effort to keep up with the changing times, we are updating our computer systems both inside the hospital and on the web. We know many of you like to interact with us on our social media, make appointments on your computer or Smartphone, and even ask us questions through email and we aim to improve those interactions. As with any change, there will be a few hiccups and bumps along the way. We ask that you please bear with us for the next few months as we make our transition. Any feedback you may have can help us improve our relationship with you and would be appreciated.
Be sure to enter your pet in our “Pet of the Week” drawing! Every winner will be posted in reception as well as on our social media. Each winner also gets a free bath! Come in and sign up today!
It is never too early to make your boarding reservations for the upcoming months! Spaces are limited and can fill up fast, so be sure to call us today to book your pet’s next stay at the Anderson’s Corner Animal Hotel.
Ruger first came to us from the Gloucester Mathews Humane Society with issues concerning his legs. After a very short time, we have managed to reach his donation goal for surgery! He will be having his procedure done by Dr. Young, a neurologist in Richmond.
Thank you to all of you who participated in our first Christmas Wish List Drive for Heritage and Gloucester Mathews Humane Societies. We had an amazing turn out and look forward to doing it again this year. As always, they accept donations all year long.
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