The price is very reasonable
Everyone that works there is caring, compassion
You for taking such good care of my family!
Thanksgiving is almost here! Make sure you know what is not safe for your pets to eat!
Did you want to make your dog a special Thanksgiving meal or treat? Check out these dog-safe recipes!
Does your cat vomit frequently? Vomiting frequently is not normal behavior, so if your cat does, make an appointment to have them examined.
As the cold weather is setting in, make sure your pets are protected from fleas & ticks. Make sure you know what is in your cat's flea/tick prevention.
Here is the update on Cooper! He's saying hello to his new family & saying goodbye to Dr. Betts & Carolyn! We are so happy that Cooper has found his new home!!!
UPDATE JAKE (Now named Cooper) ADOPTED 🎉🎊👍💕👏😍🐾
Jake (Cooper from here on out) was adopted on Sunday by a wonderful couple who also happen to be dear friends of ...ours! He hit the jackpot and will be very well cared for and loved the rest of his life. Cooper has a new brother named Duke. They look very much alike but Cooper is half Dukes size. They are getting along wonderfully. We want to give a big thank you to Dr Betts and Carolyn Foreman Betts for fostering Cooper and donating his Vet care since he was their care. This was a very generous gesture and The HOWS Project appreciates it very much! Thank you to the amazing staff at VETSS for his initial emergency care. We would also like to thank the little girl who found Cooper laying on the side of a dirt road in Louisa gravely injured and went to get her mother for help. We want to thank this mother who called animal control, called The HOWS Project, and then drove Cooper to the Emergency Vet in Charlottesville. This mother and her child saved his life for sure! We also want to thank ACO Duke Grady for helping us work with the family to encourage his surrender.
Yay for Cooper! Thank you Ginger Brown Hanssen and Pat for adopting this sweet boy and giving him a second chance at life! We’re HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY 😍🐾😍🐾
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This is Cooper, Dr. Betts & wife fostered him. He was found in Louisa county. The HOWS Project got involved and he was transported to emergency vet, who reached out.
He was dehydrated & had an infection. Cooper also had radial nerve damage and dragged his front paw.
Dr. Betts had to amputate his leg & he has now found his furever home! These were some pics of Cooper living the life with Dr. Betts & his crew!
Hopefully your pets will not partake of the Halloween candy tradition, but if they do, make sure you are prepared!