January's winner is Mr. Mackie Crewe. Owned by Sharon Crewe. Little Mackie is an attitude filled little poodle and he just loves his winter outfits. Yes everyone this little guy has more then one suit and they are all matching coat hat outfits.
The Winner for February is Hunter Hilliard. Hunter is a very sweet boy who was hit by a car and sustained large injuries to his left limbs. Even with his injuries Hunter is a very quiet and well behaved boy who we hope does well on his road to recovery!
Our pet of the month this month unfortunately is not a happy story. Cooper unfortunately was a very sick boy and has made the journey to rainbow bridge. This beautiful boy had such a great personality and made such an impression on us here at West Coast Veterinary services that we felt he deserved to be our Pet of the Month. You will be deeply missed Cooper thank you for being such a great patient and thank you to your parents for being such great clients. Rest easy friend.
Daisy Mae is a very sweet girl. In April she came in to visit us for a Dental cleaning and we were just so excited by the way she said hello that she stood out in all of our minds when it came time to selecting Pet of the Month. Just ask her to say "Hello" if you ever meet her and you will see what we mean.
This sweet little girl is Baby. Unfortunately our May pet of the Month did not have a happy ending either (sorry for all the sad stories). Baby also came in to us a very sick girl had troubles walking among other medical issues. For awhile she got better However, her health declined again for unknown reasons and unfortunately she succumbed to her illness. May you run forever on the other side of Rainbow Bridge. Gone but not forgotten.
Our pets of the month for June are both two sweet babies. Bobby the Cat and Mickey the dog both required amputation surgeries in June and both did very well as you can see. At the time of surgery little Bobby was under the care of Port Aux Basque area Scaredy Cat Rescue, he now lives with our staff member Shelia and Mickey belongs to our Receptionist Kelli.
The pet of the month for July is Mr. Jack Foley. This Handsome boy came in during the month of July for a cruciate repair and did amazing. Due to his outgoing personality and amazing recovery we decided he should be pet of the month for July.
Our pets of the month for August are Mattie (Cat) and Sisqo (Dog). One happy story and one somewhat sad story I'm afraid. Sisqo was seen in August to have his leg amputated due to complications with an injury that just would not heal however, now Sisqo is just as happy and care free as ever and is doing great. Mattie our beloved clinic cat however after a year in our care passed away. Mattie lived with us after being brought in from being a Barn cat. She had some difficulties with her eye and had it removed and after a year under with us and being the old lady she was she succumbed to her age and passed peacefully in her sleep.She will be truly missed Rest Easy Mattie
(From left to Right: Jenna, Jackson and Bell)
The PETS of the month for September are the 3 Pitcher babies. Between these three we saw them all over the course of this month and thought their O dedication to keeping up with their pets health should be recognized. We love seeing these guys come through the door cause they are all such dolls to deal with. Congratulations to the Pitcher crew for winning pet of the month.
Dutches is the pet of our staff member Shelia. Dutches has been such a good girl this month she actually donated blood to help one of our patients. Over the past year or so Dutches has donated blood a couple times and we thought it was time she was recognized for her amazing contribution.
Our Pet of the Month For November is a Great Sucess Story. Nellee is a beagle who at her peak weight was ~65lbs. Nellee and her Owners have been very diligent over the past 6 months and Nellee now weighs 44lbs. Because of all the tremendous work Nellee and her parents have done we wanted to recognize them.
Terri is Nellee's sister. Terri came to us in December as she had what we call a pyometra. In easier terms her uterus had become severely infected and needed to be removed immeadiately. Today Terri is doing great and happier then ever