Strokes, vision problems, arthritis and other conditions don't just affect people. Pets also develop serious health problems that change their lives. Fortunately, you can help your handicapped pet ...View Article
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Hi! I'm Maddie, the HAH house dog. I'm sort of the unofficial mascot, and if you visit us, odds are you'll hear me barking, growling, and causing a commotion in the back. I'm very talkative, but you can't blame me; I hate having to stay locked up while we have patients in treatment! They've already told me I better be on my best behavior for my internet debut.
Since I know so much about the place, I thought I'd give you the behind-the-scenes tour. We'll get started with the main entrance in the front of the building. Click the arrows at the bottom or use the hyperlinks at the top of the page to go forwards and backwards.
Sadly, we lost our Maddie in early 2012. We decided to keep her as our guide to honor her and all those beloved family members who have enriched our lives and given us unconditional love.