March 15, 2013
These folks are our heroes! We adopted a dog who showed up on our doorstep and made herself at home, but only because we were able to take her to PPAWs for checking over and spaying. We were not able to afford to take our pup to the vet otherwise, and couldn't have kept her unspayed. To our delight, they checked her over, pronounced her healthy, and began the procedure. Imagine our surprise and delight when the vet came back out within about fifteen minutes to tell us when they shaved her they found a spaying tattoo! "All you'll have to do is wait for her to wake up" they told us. They were as delighted as we were and couldn't have been more helpful. We continue to order our anti-flea meds for our three cats as well as our dog through PPAWs. These are some of most helpful and generous people we know!
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