Please watch the video below to see Hex’s amazing spirit and the lovely bond she has with all the people who helped her. Hex is an amazing pup!
By: Dr. Kasandra Garner
We hear a lot about the risks of very warm weather to our pets, particularly when it comes to leaving them in hot cars. But what about cold weather? Do you know how to keep your pet safe throughout the winter? With a few common-sense precautions, you and your pet can enjoy outdoor winter activities without risk.
It is once again time to celebrate our favorite things! It will come as no surprise that our very favorite things are kittens, puppies, cats, and dogs! Enjoy this look back on 2016 - and may 2017 be full of wags and purrs.
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As we work in veterinary medicine we get to ease pain, be a chance for hope, and share the lives (no matter how long or short) of wonderful pets and their families. But equally important, we get to witness the amazing love and compassion of people.
Our staff at Animal Hospital of North Asheville are very special people with kind, generous and caring hearts. Their care is not only for animals, but for children too. Each year the staff and doctors of AHNA buy Christmas gifts for several children in foster care in Buncombe County and this year was no exception. The accompanying picture shows Dr. Dave Thompson’s van arriving full of gifts (the entire floor was filled) at the Buncombe County Department of Social Services.
Thank you to everyone who donated cat food, dog food, blankets, toys, treats or money to the AHNA Annual Holiday Pet Food Drive. The caring and generosity that you showed for needy dogs and cats was heartwarming and made the AHNA staff joyous as we watched the food and supplies pour in for needy pets.
Several families ended 2016 on a high note by participating in Dog-Ed's Saturday Training Classes at Animal Hospital of North Asheville. They took time out of their busy schedules to spend time bonding and having fun while working on life saving skills with their canine companions! We want to say way to go!