Holiday & New Years Greetings
I’ve been taking a few days off and didn’t want everyone to think I had vanished. This is a special time of year for family and friends, as well as pets. Speaking of, I hope that all your pets and family are having a safe time. But in case your pets do have an accident or illness and your veterinarian is closed, this can mean a trip to the emergency clinic. The staff at an emergency veterinary clinic (along with first responders for people) are really unsung heroes at this time of year, typically volunteering time away from their families to be there for you. I’ve been there myself and I want to thank them personally for what they do and I ask that you do the same if you know them. If you unfortunately end up at the clinic yourself, please remember they are there to help you and are giving up their own pet or family time.
As we get ready to start a new year, I want to thank you for joining me here and sharing in my corner of the veterinary world. I started this blog as way to help share information about pet health and also a look into veterinary medicine from my perspective. One of the best parts of my job is being able to interact and help people with their pets to make that happy bond last for a long time. I look forward to a great 2015 and hope you have a great year as well! Check back starting next week (or subscribe on the right!) for the first topic of 2015 and many more interesting discussions we will have here!
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