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Norfolk Microchip Clinic/ Paws Up Pet Of The Week

April 26, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

 

 

The Norfolk Microchip Clinic
We had a very successful microchip clinic in Norfolk. We microchipped 33
dogs ranging from a Mastiff all the way to Yorkies. We also microchipped
three cats. It was a long day and drive, but worth every minute of it,
knowing now that if any of these pets get lost or stray, they can be returned
back to their happy homes.

While in Norfolk, met Grace a young female Pit bull that was shot in the neck, the stomach, and the rear hip and left to die in a field.  Thankfully someone found her before it was too late, and took her to the local vet clinic.  They reached out to a Fur babies rescue in Norfolk, who with the help of social media reached out to Paws Up, and many great supporters. Thanks to the amazing people, that stepped up in the beginning of this story, instead of turning their back on this sweet girl.  Grace was saved and now other than three horrible scars, she is happy,
healthy, and loves everyone she meets.  She is truly an inspiration, and is still alive for a purpose.

I'm so amazed every time I hear stories like this, and the things rescued animals have been through, and to see how quickly they forgive and thrive in a good home.

                                                                                                                                                                          Rod Johnson

 

 

 


The Paws Up pup of the week GUS


I unfortunately do not know a lot about Gus.  I met him for the first time last weekend, and did a meet and greet and a photo shoot.

Gus is a very laid back happy guy. He met a 1 year old shepherd mix that is all bouncy , with new people around in an unfamiliar setting.  Other than a little nervousness and insecurity at
first, he took the whole event in stride.

After about 20 minutes of everyone settling in, him and his best buddy played like old friends until the younger pup had to go home.  I was really impressed by how he was able to relax and let anyone direct him and handle him with no objection.  Gus would do well in any setting.

 


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