Daisy is the gorgeous grey girl, I adopted her from Homeless Pets on 11/11/11. Milo is the fluffy black one, I rescued him, but not from your organization. They are enjoying our enclosed deck this morning, bird watching and loving life! -Erin Brown
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.
Check out the great video that Scott Munn from Thanks Bobby made regarding our weekend adoptions. Click here for more information on volunteering at the adoptions! Also, don’t forget about the 2nd Annual I Love My Pet Fundraiser at Marlow’s Tavern on February 8th!
Dog trainer and television host Victoria Stilwell met with students in Cherokee County in mid December to discuss her passion of animal rescue. Stilwell, the star of Animal Planet’s It’s Me or The Dog, was invited to speak by the Cherokee County Homeless Pets Club. Please watch the below video for more information or read…
Please check out this great article on Dr. Good and Homeless Pets Foundation! The AJC’s Gracie Bonds Staples visited with Dr. Good at Town and Country to learn more about his journey to becoming a veterinarian as well as his heartfelt animal rescue work.
The 2nd Annual I Love My Pet at Marlow’s Tavern was a great success! From the silent auction, the donations, and the 10% restaurant sales, the Homeless Pets Foundation raised over $3,300 toward saving animal’s lives. Thank you so much to Marie Khan for planning the event, and her son’s band, The Zaib Khan Band,…
Dr. Good had a great time discussing Homeless Pet Clubs with some of the faculty and students of Benjamin E Mays High School.