Kailey recently joined North Wellington Animal Hospital as our receptionist. When she is not working, Kailey spends her spare time with her horse Mollie. Kailey lives with her family and her cat Lucky.
We would like to welcome Carol to North Wellington Animal Hospital. Carol is our head receptionist and brings with her a wealth of experience in small animal practice. Carol is from the area and currently resides in Mildmay with her family.
How many times have you seen an outdoor cat and wondered about its adventures? What do the small creatures think when they see a prowling kitty?
We all have varying opinions of the benefits, downfalls and uses for social media accounts. Things get even more complicated when these accounts merge with business. What would a vet clinic have to say on instagram, pinterest or twitter? How does it affect professionalism to have these accounts? What are the benefits?
What first inspired humans to create animal hospitals for their pets? And what inspires us - regardless of cost or consequence to do whatever we can for our animals?
Happily unaware of my deadlines or stresses, my cat will come to me at any point during the day and demand my attention.
Rusty (my orange cat) will sit directly on whatever I was doing, and nuzzle my face so that I have to stop. It seems to be a common thing among pets. Since they don't live by our time rules, they unquestioningly demand love at any moment.