|A typical day at Jarrettsville Vet.|
Two receptionists and one, or more, dogs visiting for doggie day care and stealing an office chair.
|This is a what we call a slab fracture of PM4, or what Dr Hubbard calls "a long, must needed dental extraction."|
|JoJo was here for a diet and exercise plan..at 18.5 pounds a summer slim down will help him live a longer, happier, and healthier life.|
|Dr Morgan showing us all how to correctly walk a dog after a rear limb injury or surgery.|
This is Cletus who had his second TPLO surgery for his cruciate ligament rupture last week.
|Munchkin is squeezable cute|
|Coot, our resident cat watching Dr Hubbard discharge Sam.|
Sam came to the clinic in a carrier and on a harness and leash.
Way to live like a king Coot and Sam!
|Dressed for the chilly weather!|
This little dapper man is ready for any event in any weather!
|Dr Morgan examining Charlie, the Great Dane|
|Rio, showing his puppy training.|
He is exceptional at "Stay" for about 15 seconds.
|The dog beds have been very popular at my house..|
and cuddling to keep warm is a necessity!
|My little Magpie.|
|Coots sister Loon.|
|Leo and Rocky. These brothers were just adopted from the Humane Society.|
|There has been a flurry of dogs with bumps lately.|
This is Gracie's bump.
Can you tell if this a bump you should worry about?
|This is Rio's bump.|
How about this one?
Would you be worried about it?
|Inka, mid flight..|
|Butterscotch, another found and taken in out of the cold cat, came back for vaccines.|
The man who found him is going to keep him.
How wonderful is that??
|My gang dressed for the five minutes I will let them go outside.|
Can you see the misery in Jekyll's face?
He hates to be forced to wear anything!
|I just cannot stand how cute Penny is.|
|The warmest place in our house..|
Still with us, and doing very well.
Maybe I do know what I am doing?
Maybe she is just stubborn and lucky?
Either way I am soo grateful.