Kevin & Chris Thompson
Congratulations to our October Clients of the month, Barbara and Thomas Conley! They have quite the menagerie of Chihuahuas and Boston Terriers and crosses of both breeds! Every dog is much loved by them and we always enjoy seeing their adorable faces!
Congratulations to our June client of the month, Adrianne Threatt and Jeff Stehm! They have two pups, Amos, a Collie mix, and Glory Anne, a German Shepherd, and two cats, Jelly Bean, a calico, and Leonard, a gray tabby. Glory Anne is the "youngin'" in the family at only 7 years old, Amos will soon be 14, Jelly Bean is 16.5, and Leonard is 17! Both Jelly Bean and Leonard have Renal disease but are doing well. Glory Anne was adopted in 2016 and was Heartworm Positive and while he may be slowing down, Amos is doing great! Jelly Bean received Revolution topical Flea preventative as their C.O.M. gift!
Congratulations to our May client of the month, Ursula Winterbauer & James Capua! They have two little pups, Friedrich der Große von Preußen ( Fritz), an English Cream Dachshund, and Maximilian von Habsburg ( Max ), a Black and Tan Dachshund. They will both be celebrating their 10th birthday on July 8, 2018, and despite their "senior status" and mild Liver Disease, both boys are doing very well! Fritz and Max received Frontline topical flea and tick preventative as their C.O.M. gift!
Congratulations to our April client of the month, Ann & Timothy Alley! Pictured are their two pets: Bug, a 10.5 year old Manx cat and Andy, a 10.5 year old mixed pup. Bug was diagnosed with Nasal Lymphoma, in October 2017 and has been receiving steroid injections every two months. While both Andy and Bug have entered their “golden years”, they are both doing very well. Andy received 6 months of Frontline and we look forward to seeing them both again soon!
Congratulations to our March client of the month, Mary Lou Goings! Ms. Goings is a dedicated mom to an almost 16 year old Irish Setter, Maggie, and three cats: Emily, a Burmese, Tabitha, a Bombay and Tink, a Domestic Longhair who is pictured here. Tink recently turned 20 years old and has a history of frequent upper respiratory infections, Squamous Cell Carcinoma (cancer) and more recently, Renal Disease. His current regime includes lots of love from his mom, and regular Photobiomodulation (laser) treatments to his kidneys to combat the damage caused by his Renal Disease. While Tink has had his share of health scares over the years, he is continuing to beat the odds with every birthday, and is considered one of our “super kitties” here at Ruckersville Animal Hospital!