Companion animals today have the opportunity to live longer, healthier lives than ever before, in part due to the availability of vaccines that can protect pets from deadly infectious diseases. Over the past several decades, the widespread use of vaccines against diseases like rabies has saved the lives of millions of pets and driven some diseases into relative obscurity. Unfortunately, infectious diseases still pose a significant threat to dogs and cats that are unvaccinated; therefore, although vaccine programs have been highly successful, pet owners and veterinarians cannot afford to be complacent about the importance of keeping pets up-to-date on their vaccinations.
Casey is happy to spend her vacation with us while her parents are away.
Fionna Peppermint Clinique
Fiona Peppermint Clinique was left outside of Abbey Animal Hospital in the wee hours of the morning. Even though she was the sweetest little kitten, we found out that she was sick, and had to be humanely euthanized. Even though we only knew her a short time, we will always remember her.
Fritz's owners are so happy they found this newest addition for their family.
Joy is always a happy visitor.
Larry in his favorite spot.
Remi sits patiently for her treat.
Rhett is not sure how he feels about the camera.
Rukus and Coraline
Rukus and Coraline love taking naps together while mom is away at work.
Rukus and Violet
Rukus and Violet love to take naps on the big couch.
Ted loves lounging in the sun on warm, summer days.