Thursday, March 1, 2012

Chloe and Belle Added TWO More Dropoff Sites

Chloe had a big day today, as she got her last puppy shot and became a big girl!  Next stop, the cone of shame in 2 weeks when she gets spayed!

While we were at Chloe's appointment, we asked if they would mind being a dropoff location for our Fill The Media Lab food drive and they made Chloe's day by saying yes!!!  I was not surprised, as they do so much for Bark For Life and other area charities.

Unfortunately, my husband and I have experience with Patt Veterinary Hospital in healthy and sickly times for our pets.  We actually stumbled on this practice when our cocker spaniel, Lily, was having seizures years ago.  Dr. Patt and her staff were kind and more importantly, caring, when it came to finding out how to proceed with treatment of these seizures.  Once a plan was in place, Lily's quality of life improved, for which we will always be thankful to them for. Unfortunately, Lily also had football knee, where her knee would not move correctly and limped and developed Cushing's Disease.  Dr. Patt and her staff were amazing as Lily's health deteriorated.  When Lily was not doing well, we were fit into their schedule on short notice and when we had to make the decision to end Lily's suffering on a Sunday at Metropolitan in Oaks, someone from Patt Veterinary called to tell us they were sorry for our loss when they reopened on Monday.  Dr. Patt and her staff care about not only the pets they treat, but also their owners. 

When Dirone and I adopted Belle as a sickly puppy, Dr. Patt and staff helped treat her Kennel Cough.  Today, Belle is a healthy and happy dog because of this care.  There have been appointments with our pets through the years where the doctors at Patt have noticed a problem starting before us, as the doctors and staff get to know your pet and look for changes us owners may miss when they examine them.  Belle and Chloe actually enjoy going to the vet because everyone there is so kind to them.

There are tons of other reasons why our family continues to use Patt Veterinary Hospital, but why not see how great they are yourself?  Stop in to donate pet or human food and ask them about becoming a new patient.  You will not regret it! 

Patt Veterinary is located at: 239 Oberhotzer Road, Gilbertsville, PA  19525.  Their number is: (610) 367-2572.  There hours are: Monday thru Friday - 8 am to 7 pm
                                    Saturday -                  8 am to 12 pm

Please stop in and donate and tell them Belle and Chloe sent ya!

Chloe also stopped into Pet Valu in Gilbertsville and asked them if they would serve as a dropoff point and they agreed!  While we were there, I was thrilled to see they had the Sock Monkey sweater I have been looking all over for so Chloe can match her big sister!  Not only did they have it, but they had it in Chloe's size and it was on sale!  I will post pics of them in their matching sweaters this weekend.

Pet Valu is a store I do not get to visit often enough and I had never been to the Gilbertsville location, but I loved it.  They had a lot of cute sweaters for your dog and TONS of toys and treats.  Stop in and make a donation for humans or pets there! 

Pet Valu is located at: 1050 East Philadelphia Avenue, Gilbertsville, PA 19525-9517.  Their number is:
Phone: (610) 369-1770.  Their hours are:  Monday thru Saturday: 9 am to 9 pm
                                                                 Sunday:                      10 am to 5 pm
Of course, do not forget about Tails of 2 Dogs other locations!  Please donate what you can!  Belle and Chloe thank you for your support!

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