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PetCetera, the e-newsletter, and Pet Life, the mailed newsletter, are filled with pet success stories, save-the-dates for special events, pet training and medical advice, and so much more!
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Together we’ve made the extraordinary quite ordinary. But for the thousands of animals and families we have touched, the results have been life-changing. For them, and for all those to come in the future, hope starts here.
The boundless love, emotional support and companionship a pet provides doesn’t belong in a shelter. It belongs on a lap, or curled up at the feet of the most wonderful person on earth, in the most wonderful place of all: home. Forever.
A healing touch. It all starts with medical attention, when veterinarians, assistants and technicians provide quality, loving care to each pet ensuring that they will have a healthy future.
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By the numbers, Cookie could be considered a cards-stacked-against-her kind of pooch. But the miniature poodle didn’t agree. Her energy and smile told everyone at CHS that she had a lot of livin’ and lovin’ left to do.
Chloe looked like she could use an appointment at her hairdresser. She didn’t groom much, She was 8 years old, and maybe past her days of getting gussied up. But there were reasons she didn’t feel up to it.
It was supposed to be a quick trip. Penelope was going to visit CHS’ medical department for vaccines and a spay, and return to animal control for adoption. Things didn’t turn out quite as expected.
The tail never wagged. Mandarin felt relieved to be inside and out of the cold. He wouldn’t stop rolling over, purring and asking for attention. But his tail would have no part of it.