Letter to the editor: Reader thankful for care given to dog

  • Tuesday, September 1, 2009 5:02pm
  • Opinion

You should know about the wonderful care my dog has been getting from Dr. Dennette Wood and her staff in Buckley.

My dog Toby is a pug-Chihuahua mix. He is very strong and has never wanted to be doctored. Just try to touch his ears and see. He recently had a severe ear infection but wouldn’t let me touch him. Dr. Wood said they would take care of him for me. All I had to do was bring him in the morning and the evening to receive his medicine. All the gals there were so kind and helpful, I felt totally relieved about his care. It’s almost been two weeks and he is so much better. I am overjoyed and did I tell you? They didn’t charge me a thing.

So, thank you Dr. Wood and all of the great ladies that work for you – Kim, Cheri, Sarah, Chancee, Stacey and Jodee. I greatly appreciate your time and patience with my little Toby and I’m sure he does too.

Barb Slack


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