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A Technician’s Experience with Project Samana

When our team travels to the Dominican Republic to go work in the Samana peninsula, which is the poorest region in the world, they do so on their own time, their own effort, and their own money -and it is quite expensive.  The cost unfortunately has prevented several of our technicians from being able to…

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Experiencing Radiotherapy With My Cat…PHEW!

My sweet Etta Jane was a scrawny, runt of the litter rescue kitten. At the time I adopted her nearly 12 years ago, I was not in a good position to adopt a kitten. But my dear niece, Dr. Stacy convinced me that Etta Jane was just what I needed. She was right and Etta…

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Fruits and Veggies for Pets

Here is information worth chewing on… Whether you’re looking to slim down your pet’s waistline, or are just looking for healthy alternatives to commercial pet treats, we’ve found that pets actually like, if not love, the taste of certain fruits and veggies.  Just cut small sized pieces for a healthy, low-calorie snack.  It is probably…

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Once in a Blue Moon…

Every once in a while a dog like Cupcake comes along.  A “special” dog and a dog with special needs.  Not physical needs but emotional – like trust and fear.  And her most prominent need, and goes without saying – human kindness. Cupcake is a recycled rescue dog – once severely abused and then abandoned,…

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Our Heart and Soul

We had no idea what we were doing, but we just knew we needed a dog. We looked forever to find the perfect dog for us and we did . . . Marley was 11 weeks old when we brought her home. That was in 2001. We had prepared for a while. Bought the best…

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CANINE INFLUENZA H3N2

What Everyone Needs To Know . . . It is very important for dog owners to be aware of how easily canine influenza can be spread to other dogs, in order to take the necessary precautions to prevent your own dog from exposure.  It is also extremely important for dog owners who have a dog…

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Two Li’l Punkins, Audrey and Olive

Catherine wanted to adopt a pit bull for the longest time. Her husband Jon…not so much. Knowing Catherine it was just a matter of time, a little pleading, and a whole lot of pushing.  Jon’s skepticism was not at all unusual, for two reasons – one, there is often uncertainty if you have never owned…

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Oliver’s Rescue Story

Eight weeks after he was rescued from being viciously attacked by two dogs while chained in a parking lot off Memorial Drive in Atlanta- Oliver’s rescuer and now owner tells us his story. “Today Oliver is doing great.  He is the happiest dog you’ll ever meet.  A little more background on how he came into…

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Environmental Enrichment for Indoor Cats

Dr. Kari Addante addresses what indoor cats need in their environment to help them stay happy and healthy: The enviable life of the indoor cat: meals prepared, cozy beds to sleep in, and playtime at their leisure. It is a wonderful life indeed. At the same time however, it is very important to scrutinize the…

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App & Client Loyalty Program

Our app allows us to extend even further the care and service we provide to our clients and their pets.  We know your pets are an important part of your family and being able to manage their care and veterinary needs more efficiently would make your life easier.  The TVV app provides that efficiency for…

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