Little Lexi found a family to fit into. She gets a new dad and sister plus a furry brother named Sebastian. She claimed a spot in her sis’s lap immediately and grabbed onto her arm as if to say – “I’m going wherever you are!” Congratulations to all!
Phil Good DVM
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.
Our Daughter, who worked part time at T&C, adopted a Terrier mix puppy from a litter that was born at the clinic. At the time our Daughter was living with us and eventually moved to a place of her own. We had gotten attached to Mia and asked that she remain with us. She did…
Congrats to these puppies and their new families! Cowboy and Capricorn (now called Piper) hit the jackpot. Best wishes for a long and happy life! Thank you for adopting.
After recovering from the worst of a bad wreck, this lady decided she needed a friend to keep her motivated with exercise, a companion to keep her company and someone to love. Bama is happy she picked her! (And she’ll get more used to being picked up and bear-hugged!). Thank you for adopting, not shopping!
And BonBon makes three! This is the first dog for these two as a couple and they were so happy to take BonBon home. BonBon now goes by Lucy and is doing great with her new family. Thank you for adopting!
Bye-bye Buttercup! The family met her at Petsmart, went home to think about it and decided their Bichon Frise would like a friend and so would they. Happy beginnings to this little pup! Thank you for adopting!