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When you realize it’s only Tuesday! 😳 
For more information on adoptable Valentina, please visit our website. 😻
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Shared! She is a cutie 🐾❤️

Cuteness update! 🐶❤️

"Cricket’s first beach experience went well! Which was followed by a hike. A little more than a year together there's no separation anxiety as long as we stay active. She’s so goofy and has so much love to give. She is really everyone’s best friend."

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11 hours ago

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Love her name and your update. I named my dog Mouse 🙂

Such great news....so glad she's happy....thank you for the update....💞🌈🐾🎉

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Today is Veterinary Appreciation Day! We love our clinic staff!
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Backyard wildlife tips:  deer fawns

Backyard wildlife tips: deer fawns

Between now and July, you may notice some adorable, spotted visitors in your yard. White-tailed does commonly leave their fawns in tall grasses, flower beds, or near bushes, where they are most concealed and where she feels they will be safe. Often, these locations end up being right in your backyard. To avoid attracting predators to the fawn’s location, the doe will leave it alone for long periods of time, but will return to nurse it a few times throughout the day. The fawn has several survival tactics it uses while in its hiding spot. Its white spots provide excellent...

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