I just want to say Thank you to all of you that have cared for Sydney. I had so many questions for all of you and you all just smiled and helped me to understand what was going on with her and how I could make her better. I was the one who was having such a hard time with the no treat issue. She maybe more spoiled that my boys were and that would be pretty hard. You all lead me in the direction of treats that she could have which was nothing.
I also want to let you all know that I have been told there are cheaper vets in town and I always tell them you get what you pay for and all of you are worth the extra dime. Sydney has been a challenge with all of the issues she had as a puppy. She would not be with us now if it had not been for your office. I am sorry I did not get to meet the vet who seen her for this issue and gave her exam so I am depending on you to let him or her know how much I appreciate the care she was given and the sweet remark of her being a good pup.
Keep up the good work and if you hear of anything else we can try for Sydney let me know.
More than satisfied
Anita Nellis and Martyn and Sydney
Thank you so much for the help with Toby today! His skin is looking better with just one salt bath!!! We went and got him a new home today, the 30 gallon tank seems so big lol! But hopefully he will soon grow into it☺️. He’s swimming around and basking like a pro! He is hanging out in the far right of the picture. Thanks again!!
The Martinez Family
We would like to wish Dr. Brittany Switzer the best of luck at your practice. She was wonderful in helping us with our cat, Pippin, through a very difficult year. We are sorry to hear she left the clinic here in Louisville. She is a wonderful veterinarian!
Best wishes, Kevin, Carla and Pippin Peak
Hello, I am sending a picture our family pet. His name is Lucky Luck Link, and he is a full blood Pit Bull. I was a person that said no pit bulls in my home, just for the fact that I felt we would not be able to raise him and spend the time a pit needs to be a good pet. We also have a young daughter. The funny part is I told my fiance that we would not have a pit, and that the dog we have was not really our choice it was our baby girl’s. Well guess what, she went to a lady my mom knew’s house and this lady breed Pit Bulls, and my daughter fell in love with a beautiful little boy pit that was only 6 weeks. To shorten this story we now have this Pit who is the only one that lived from his litter of about 8 puppies because we were the only ones that received one and knew to instantly take him to a vet for care. He is now a year old and him and our 2 1/2 yr old daughter are very close and he loves the whole family very much. He has special things he does with each person. But the funniest thing is my daughter kisses everyone before bed and he puts his head out and waits for his kiss goodnight from her.
I have to say that he has really changed my view of a Pit, but I still feel they need to be in the right hands to turn out to be good dogs just like any other breed.
Attached are a couple of pictures of our great addition to the family. Even though a lot of people look down on these dogs, they need to remember it is the handler most of the time.
Pics – #1-Lucky #2 – Lucky and our daughter Aubree (cuddle time)
A Pit Bull Owned Family 🙂 The Link Family
His name is Lucky Luck Link!!
Thank you so much for the help with Toby today! His skin is looking better with just one salt bath!!! We went and got him a new home today, the 30 gallon tank seems so big lol! But hopefully he will soon grow into it☺️. he’s swimming around and basking llike a pro! He is hanging out in the far right of the picture. Thanks again!!