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  • A Dog Named Stella
    When I first started working at Haven Animal Hospital I was a kennel technician. First thing in the morning, and late in the evening, I would come in and take Read more
  • A Little Insight
    A little about me: I am 25 years old and have been working as an LVT for 4 years. I am a child of divorce so I had to go Read more
  • Sometimes, We Keep Them... A Special Story About A Special Dog
    On July 19th , in the afternoon, I received a call from a woman with a momma dog in labor. She had owned the dog for about a month and Read more
  • Where It All Began!
    My interest in animals first started when I was a teenager working at a local movie theater. It was the first day on the job; I had just put on Read more
  • Form Disaster To Recovery
    The Buchanan Family:It’s not often we get to tell a story with a happy ending after car accidents involving pets. For the Buchanan family, not one, but both of their Read more
  • She Is Mine And I Will Name Her Squishy!
    One of my favorite parts of working at Haven Animal Hospital is working with the small animals and the exotics we see on a daily basis. I have a plethora Read more
  • Not Your Average Vows
    You know that feeling when everyone around you is laughing and you’re not sure why? You start to wonder if it’s about you. Did I mispronounce something? Is there toilet Read more
  • From The Mind Of Alecia...
     Working in a veterinary clinic is so much more than just a job and a paycheck, it is truly rewarding in almost every aspect. I did not realize exactly what Read more

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