happy thanksgivingAs the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, many of us are pausing to consider all we have to be grateful for. Whether your year has been all you had hoped for, or you’ve experienced the ups and downs familiar to us all, we each have something or someone in our life to be thankful for.

We are a business, but we are also comprised of individuals who are each thankful. As such, we would like to express our gratitude and count our blessings. We know that not all businesses are as blessed as ours is, so we acknowledge that we have a lot to be thankful for.

And so, we give thanks…

  • To Our Patients – Your pet brings you unconditional love, laughter, companionship, and support  and it is our privilege to care for them in sickness and in health. As partners in your pet’s care, we want to make a difference in both of your lives, and strive to make that difference a positive one. We are always honored to welcome a new pet at our hospital, and look forward to caring for that pet throughout his or her life. Whether you bring your pet in for grooming, boarding, training, or emergency care, we are thankful for entrusting us with your furry, feathered, or scaled friend.
  • Our Staff – All of our team members are critical in offering excellent service to the members in our community. As animal lovers, we are all mindful of every facet of your pet’s experience and strive to exceed your expectations. We employ highly-trained, caring, and compassionate individuals, and we appreciate and enjoy their many contributions to our professional life. There are times that it seems we see more of our colleagues than we do our families, and we are thankful to work alongside such wonderful people.
  • Our Facility – Our state-of-the-art animal hospital allows us to treat sick or injured animals with the latest advances in veterinary medicine. Our surgical suite, CO2 surgical laser, companion laser therapy, and our modern diagnostic capabilities all contribute to the ultimate veterinary care that your pet can receive. We are thankful for all of the continuing educational opportunities that enable us to learn more in order to perform better veterinary medicine for your pet.
  • Our Animal Rescue Community – We are also indebted to those in our community that go above and beyond to care for animals in need. Whether you’re a part of the rescue community through volunteerism, your profession, or simply by adopting a pet instead of buying one, we are in your debt and so grateful for your efforts.

As you, your friends, and family draw together ‘round the Thanksgiving table, we hope you will take a moment to be thankful for your beloved pet, and all the ways he or she enriches your life. You know they are grateful for you, too; especially if you share your turkey!

Happy Thanksgiving!