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This little guy was found in the street by one of our previous employees. She caught him and took him home for the night. One of our current employees offered to take him in and so he came to the clinic the next day.
One of our employee's dogs found a box of abandoned kittens on their evening walk. She gathered them up and took them home for the night. They were a little feral and very scared but she bathed them and fed them. The next day she brought them to the clinic to get examed, dewormed and given a flea treatment. And started the process of finding them homes. UPDATE: All Kittens found homes although the largest male ran away from his new home in woodland. Keep your eyes open please!
This little guy was found wandering not far from the clinic. Someone caught him and brought him to us to scan for a microchip but we didn't find one. He wore a collar but no tags were attached. We put him on facebook and pawboost and found his people within hours.
Meet Beau! One of our employees was driving down the road when a dog ran out in front of her. She stopped and caught the dog. He didn't have any tags. She drove to the clinic to scan him but there was no chip. Deciding to keep him for a few days, she made her way home after posting him to facebook and to pawboost. 30 minutes later a fellow employee texted her that she saw someone respond to the post. It was Beau's owner! They had been franic looking for him for a few hours already. They quickly set a place to meet and Beau was reuinted with his family.
This kid was found running down the road with his leash attached. One of our clients brought him to us. We scanned his chip and called his owner. His owner reported that is other dog, a puppy, had run off with him. We offered to keep this guy for a few hours so the owner could look for his other dog. They were reunited a few hours later.
These little guys are 2 of a litter of 4 week old kittens that one of our employees saved after they were born in a barn. It was made known to our employee that the owner of the barn had plans to use the kittens as target practice. She went out and retrieved the kittens. They were all found loving homes soon after their stay here in the clinic.
This sweet old girl followed one of our clients home one day when she went for a walk. She brought her to us to scan for a microchip as all she had was a collar with a rabies tag on it that stated it was from us. Sadly the rabies tag was expired. We attempted to track the owner down via the number but were unable to. She stayed with us for a few hours while we investiagated and put her on facebook and pawboost. Her owner saw our posts! She was reunited shortly after.
Meet our unknown dog friend. On her way home from work one of our doctors found this guy running along the street. She stopped to pick him up and went back to the clinic. We were able to retrieve a phone number the next day from his micorchip but the person whose number was regristered wasn't the owner! We put him on facebook and pawboost per usual but to no avail. We found out later that the owners were homeless and this guy had wandered off before. After multiple calls to the owners phone we contacted the humane society. We found out through them that he was a frequent flyer there, so at the end of the day he was transported to the humane society in hopes they could contact the owner as they did before.
Meet Marty! This little girl was found wandering on the streets by one of our clients. They brought her into the clinic to scan for a microchip. She didn't have one. The client really wanted to keep her til they found her family but they had a huge dog at home and were not comfortable with her being so small. So one of our employees offered to take her in for a few days to find her owner. We posted her picture on facebook and on pawboost, trying to reach as many people as possible. Thanks to our great followers on facebook her owner's friend saw the post and let her know. She was reuinted that same day!
We don't just have bleeding hearts for dogs and cats. One of our employees likes to rehab abandoned possums. She then releases them back into the wild.
Meet Amber! Although her new name is Annie now. She came into the clinic to be euthanized due to her weight. One of our employees offered to take her and find her another home. She stayed at the clinic with us for about a week and at the employee who saved her's house for a couple days. We were looking into the Oregon Dachshund Rescue (one of our clients) taking her in but a few hours before it was set for her to go to them one of our employees' family members saw her picture on our facebook page and came to meet her. They agreed to take her!
Meet Tangie and Marty! They are part of a litter of kittens found with their mom at the dump. One of our clients took them all in and found them good homes. The mother included! Marty and Tangie are now part of two of our employees homes. They come to work on saturdays and have kitten parties. Marty is the one that is slightly darker (head is lower). Tangie is slightly lighter in color.
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