Miley went home to be fostered by an employee at our veterinarian clinic, but for some reason (wink, wink) Miley never made it to an adoption event. After a few weeks of denial, Miley’s foster mom finally admitted that she wasn’t going to give her up. She signed on the dotted line and Miley is officially in her forever home. Happy purrs sweet girl!
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.
We love to see our adopted pets being loved in their new homes. Moonpie is enjoying snuggles with his new human brother. Thank you for adopting!
Joy stopped by the clinic on Tuesday evening after the Superbowl to pick up a dog that she had been fostering. However, the dog was adopted just before Joy arrived. In a way it was a good thing because she was told that there was a little dog that needed some special attention. He was…
We love our volunteers and adopters. So when a couple who volunteers with us adopted from us, we were over the moon! Volunteers Jackie and Kenny help us wrangle, exercise and showcase our dogs at mobile adoption events. When you’re hands on with the dogs on a regular basis you get to know them well….
Diesel and his new bro Zachary (aka Sundance) have been simply amazing together. Zachary has brought out a new playful side in Diesel that was refreshing to see after Diesel’s much older sister passed away. We have 4 cats and they even like cuddling up with Zac. Thank you Homeless Pets Foundation SAVING this little…
Someone finally saw Farrah for what she is — a highly adoptable dog stuck in a shelter for no good reason. Thank you so much for giving her a home (and for being repeat adopters from us). We know you will love her as much as we do!