Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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From time to time we see animals that we just can't give up on. We try to fix what we can and hope that someone has room in their heart and home for a deserving and grateful soul. Please check out our rogue's gallery and help write a happy ending to some sad stories.
We have a wonderful client who is working hard to make life better for animals caught in the puppy mill grindstone. Money is the bottom line in these operations, not the quality of the puppies sold or the care for the adults that produce them. To reduce expenses cage space is kept to a minimum, sanitation is neglected and medical care is available to puppies only if the cost will be more than replaced by the sale income. Adult animals are regarded as production machines that warrant neither compassion nor basic hygiene. Puppies are marketed as "breeding quality" after repair of congenital birth defects (such as umbilical or inguinal hernias) by veterinarians working for the puppy mill.