is a very sweet puppy. She comes to work with Dr. Mike most days and hangs out in the office.
was our bottle baby, a Scottish Highland cow. She is quite a character and adores our attention, she thinks she is a dog!!
Meet Brodie! He loves to visit all of his furry friends at the Animal Health Center and appreciates the care they give him.
had her eye removed but is doing so well!
Our very sweet clinic cat, who loves everyone, especially kids, but is not fond of dogs!
Dexter Pusch Pusch!!
My sweet curly tailed kitty!!
Fritzy's owner passed away. Norbert was a special client of ours for many years. Fritzy has a lot of medical issues and is looked after by La. He comes to work with her everyday.
Our superb German Wirehaired Pointer!
My gorgeous Shire!!!!!
Henry & Chester
Dr. Mike on his TWH, Chester and Caroline on her Shire, Henry infront of the clinic before the July 4th parade in Cannon Falls 2006
Our 2011 tripod kitty! Marples new friend!
My sweet JJ!!
Leinnie and Noodles
on their cat tree!
Is our 3 legged, tailess princess!! She came to AHC at 6 weeks old with a severely fractured leg and paralyzed tail.
the multi toed kitty!!
was rescued from a house overrun with cats in 1999. She was not tame or ever been touched. She has come along way! Silvia loves to be petted and will talk to you as she rubs against you but still prefers not to be picked up.
Peepers is an adorable girl. Another stray that stayed with us!
Small chair for a small cat!
Number 9 barn cat is "Too Many"!!!
Pretty Highland Cow
Wallace & Harry
The handsome Shire boys raking hay for their winter feed!
Mummy loves gentle giant Wallace
My beautiful fuzzy faced girl that strayed her way into my heart!!
My best friend. Miss Dottie will always be in our hearts and we will see her again at the rainbow bridge.
He was my happiest place to be...My absolutely brilliant and gorgeous Shire. The best smiler in the world <3 Love You Hen XxxxX
"The Biggest Little Dog" My beloved Jums......love & miss you still!
Soppy old Weeeo!
We miss you Scouty, love your family
Long John Silver was a stray found with his paw a trap in 1995. His tail was frostbitten, the end part amputated along with his front leg. His determination and character was amazing and he lived here at the clinic for 15 years. We all miss him!