Dr. Phil Good, owner of Town & Country Veterinary Clinic, received his Bachelor of Science with highest honors in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech in 2006. Phil finally came to his senses, realizing he’d much rather work with animals than in a chemical plant. Dr. Good obtained his doctorate in veterinary medicine from UGA in 2011.
Used by a breeder until she was considered too old, then tossed out of his vehicle on Highway 400 like trash, Mavis never knew love. Until now. Welcome to the life you always deserved, Mavis! Congratulations on your new home and family. We’re all rooting for you! Thank you so much for adopting Mavis!
In February 2015 we rescued Bissou and other dogs from a yard where they were chained to the ground. None were “fixed” so of course Bissou had just given birth to 8 potluck puppies when we came on the scene (each looked like one of the males in the yard – different breeds!) Bissou was…
This gent is hoping to do some leisure travel next year and is planning ahead by hunting for a fun travel partner. He got one in Ichiford! Safe travels fellas! May you have many happy experiences together. Drop us a postcard or two along the way.
Unwanted litters of the world UNITE! It’s National Puppy Day! Hurray! Power to the puppy. Gadget picked an appropriate week to get adopted, eh? Congratulations baby! Thank you for adopting.
From pitiful to pampered in a matter of months. Rosa was rescued from a cruelty case in November. She was skin and bones. Despite everything, she showed she still had trust in humans and would try to crawl in your lap and curl up like a dog a quarter of her size! Craig saw Rosa…