Odie

February 21, 2016 @ 11:53 pm posted by AbbyS

Another success story! From Odie’s family…Just wanted to give you an update on Odie who I adopted last July 2015. He has been such a great asset to my life. He is healthy with no seizures, no reoccurring bladder stones, and his eye is doing well with continued medication. He goes to work with me everyday at Animal Care Center (Dr. Janet Varhus, DVM). He has lost weight and is now at his target weight. He gets along well with my cats. He loves to run around in the yard and to my surprise likes the snow. He sleeps under the covers with me in bed by his insistence and love to sit on my lap every night. Thank you for entrusting me with his companionship. He is truly like a son to me.

Odie and Family

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