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Pets of the Homeless is a non profit organization that pairs the homeless with veterinarians in their area to treat their pets. To learn more about Pets of the Homeless, visit http://www.petsofthehomeless.org/
Town & Country began working with Pets of the Homeless in 2014. This has been a very rewarding relationship for all involved. Town & Country is helping to heal sick and injured animals that would otherwise suffer in silence, be abandoned, or left at a shelter. Our most recent patient in need was Miss Sky, who had an abscess on the right side of her face and needed immediate medical attention. Sky was a very sweet and brave patient, and the whole staff fell in love with her.
We are thankful to be able to make a difference in the lives of our two legged as well as four legged friends.
Miss Sky before surgery Miss Sky after surgery with Dr. Gardner