Monday, January 25, 2010

Thank L.A.'s dog-saving fire-fighter, Joe St. Georges!

Recently a fire-fighter made a dramatic rescue caught on camera. Hanging from a helicopter, Joe pulled a frightened stray dog named Vernon from drowning, despite receiving numerous bites in the process. Even though he was injured, Joe never let go of Vernon during the dramatic air rescue.

Some in the public complained that we should not be using public resources to save animals like Vernon. And Joe even took criticism for his role in the rescue.

But you can let Joe know that we do appreciate his heroism in saving Vernon. You can follow the face book link to send him a thank you.

Here at Veterinary Associates, we commend Joe for his bravery and compassion in the rescue of Vernon. Way to go Joe!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Haiti Emergency Relief Response


The International Fund for Animal Welfare is mounting an emergency animal relief mission in response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti. They are partnering with the World Society for The Protection of Animals to lead animal welfare groups in a coordinated response.

You can help by donating now at:

http://www.ifaw.org/

Please help - the people and animals of Haiti face a catastrophe of unbelievable proportions. Whether IFAW or another charity such as the American Red Cross or UNICEF, any assistance you can give will help.

Friday, January 1, 2010

We Offer The Same Procedure For Your Little Tiger...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AF03_Hp6pdQ

We offer the same minimally invaisive spay for your little tiger or pup. Studies show that a laparoscopic spay is up to 65% less painful than the traditional procedure. We are proud to be the only veterinary hospital on Cape Cod offering these procedures for our patients.