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Welcome Shawnee!!

Dr. Sara and Dr. Allison are so excited to welcome Shawnee Neubauer to the Compassion 4 Paws team! After 13 years in the veterinary field as both a veterinary assistant and practice manager, Shawnee is taking on the role of Care Coordinator for Compassion 4 Paws.  Shawnee will be answering read more >

Tribute to Sebastian

Born September 2001 Adopted October 1, 2001 Went Home August 9, 2015 Sebastian “Sirbastian” Dedicated to the love of my life, besides the Lord. This is a simply beautiful love affair. Thank you, Sebastian! How could you ever write how you feel about the wonderful times you’ve had with your read more >

Welcome Dr. Allison!

I am so pleased to introduce the newest Compassion 4 Paws team member, Dr. Allison Edwards. With Dr. Allison, we will be able to offer owners greater availability and flexibility when exploring end-of-life care for their beloved pets. She is finding, like Dr. Sara, this to be her passion. Dr. read more >

Eulogy for Jackson

Jackson had found his way into so many hearts by the time we adopted him! Afflicted with Addison’s Disease at the age of seven and about to be euthanized for reactivity issues in October, 2007, Jackson had been deemed unadoptable. Upon hearing this news, a woman who had known Jackson read more >

Do Animals Really Stay Still for Acupuncture?

The answer is… most of the time. I am asked this question frequently. Acupuncture causes the release of endorphins and other neurotransmitters so many animals find the procedure very relaxing and some will even fall asleep. Some animals just tolerate the treatment, and look as if they humoring me by read more >

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