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March 23rd is National Puppy Day!

National Puppy Day was founded in 2006 by Colleen Paige, a pet and home lifestyle expert. She dedicated this day, not only to honor puppies, but to help save puppies all over the world. Those who are not able to adopt on National Puppy Day, are asked to donate $5.00 to the rescue of their choice. If we all took part in this one special day, just think of the impact we could make on the entire homeless pet population!

To honor National Puppy Day we would like to introduce you to some of the adorable puppy patients we’ve been able to help in recent weeks.

Meet George, a 10 month old Lab who had surgery to correct a growth plate injury to his forelimb.
Meet George, a 10 month old Lab who had surgery to correct a growth plate injury to his forelimb.

 

Then there's Jax, a 19 week old German Shepherd puppy who fractured his humerus.
Then there’s Jax, a 19 week old German Shepherd puppy who fractured his humerus.

 

Next, meet Hayes. He injured his elbow at daycare and suffered a "Y" fracture.
Next, meet Hayes. He injured his elbow at daycare and suffered a “Y” fracture.

 

And lastly, Lincoln, a 19 week old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who fractured his elbow. 
And lastly, Lincoln, a 19 week old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who fractured his elbow.

 

We hate to see them hurt, but we are glad we are here to help them get back on their feet again.

And who doesn’t love a puppy in the house?!

 


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