To Dr. Drouin and Dr. Miller and of course all the staff, techs and girls at the front desk (and the other Dr.s there to I have seen as well) : We have been with you for a very long time and you have cared for my babies (cats) over the years. I want to thank you all for all your care!
Recently, my Murph had a scare and he is doing fine. He’s doing really good actually. He’s peeing in the litter box and it’s a good stream!! Upon picking him up Friday night and bringing him home, I have never seen him so loopy (stoned) before in my life. It was quite funny. I gave him his last pill for the muscle relaxer this morning. Thought I’d share some pics from Friday night when I brought him home. And the last two are from Sunday, he was happy and belly up on the carpet. LOL!!
Thank you so much and have a wonderful Thanksgiving and stay safe!!
Diane, Murphy, Willy, Blue and Mac
(From November 24, 2020)
Dr. Hines has been a part of all of my 5 dogs lives for over 20 years. The thing I do is adopt older dogs from Lollypop Farm, which comes some challenges.
One of my dog’s needed insulin shots 2 times per day, another needed medicine for seizure disorder (who lived to 17 years old). Now my 10 year old Pomeranian needs medicine. Everyone was helpful to mail me Shiloh’s medicine.
Dr. Hines was always available to talk with about symptoms or medicine adjustment and provide condolences when my babies went to heaven.
I can not thank Dr. Hines enough on how above and beyond he goes to help my little fur babies.
No matter when I move to, I will always continue to go to Walworth Animal Hospital as they are the greatest.