Wednesday, April 3, 2013


 Spring is in the air.

 As Summer approaches

 we see more and more baby animals.

 Everyone loves a baby.

 They are all so precious.

 But to keep them healthy,

 we must remember that we
don't want to overpopulate the species. 

 This is a critical time of year
to have your
cat or dog 
spayed or neutered.

For the month of April,
each spay or neuter
done in our office
 a free rabies shot,
a free nail trim 
a free fecal test.

Call us today at 

to make your appointment.

(*all photos courtesy of Google Images*)

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

See this cute girl -
she's my big sister, Penny.

She's about 5 hours
older than me.

We've both recently
got our first 
"big girl" haircuts.

 Penny recently had her 
"big girl" surgery
so that she won't accidentally
have any puppies.
Her parents are being really responsible
and helping to keep
unwanted puppies 
out of the shelters.

If your peeps aren't ready
to have an 
unwanted litter of puppies,
you need to come see 
The Carroll Vet Clinic -
they can help you with that. 
Even though there aren't
too many days left in March,
they are having a special
on spaying and neutering
for the month of March.

You can call them

Your Roving Reporter,

Monday, February 11, 2013


One morning,
I got "kenneled up"
and ready to go 
on a field trip.
I wanted to see
the first place that my peeps
ever heard about me. 

 Mom said the first time
she ever saw me
that I was on this screen -
how in the world did I get
all the way up there?
 Here I am -
can you see me?
I'm in there along with my sister
and three brothers.
 The day that we went on
our field trip,
a digital xray system
was being installed at
The Carroll Veterinary Clinic -
now they have the capibility
to email xrays anywhere.

 Krista was my escort for the day.
First she showed me the scales -
you all know a lady doesn't
want you to see her true weight,
so I just put a paw over the edge -
Krista's pretty smart -
she caught me in that trick!

I got to tip-toe in this room
and see what was in the cage.

 I know my photo is not
really the best, but can you see -
I had never seen a cat before.
Don't you think
we could be friends?

Look at me -
what a huge run!!
I asked if I could stay here
when my Peeps 
had to go out of town.   

But Krista said that
little pups like me
had to stay in these nice crates -
almost like being right at home.
 Check out all of those food bowls

 just waiting to get filled up
with this great food!!

There could be a problem here -
you can even get a bath!
And this tub is big enough
to hold my whole dog family.

 I got to see where my
dog-mom came to get
her teeth cleaned.

 And where she got her surgery
so that she can't have
any more puppies.

And I even saw where the
doctors and nurses take a break -
It looks like one of them
literally took a break - BOL!!  

 See those happy nurses 
in the lab -
sometimes they help my Vet
take my temperature
or run some test.
 This is where Dr. Adams
examines me
and talks with my human Mom.

 He always stresses
the importance
of keeping your 
pets happy and healthy.

Your roving reporter,