You guys are all fantastic!! Thank you for sharing your experiences and showing that are furry loved ones can do great with 2 eyes, 1 eye, or no eyes!! It’s great for other people to see who might be going through similar situations!! ❤️ 🐶
Nana loves Dr. Broadwater and his team.. Nana started developing cataracts around age 3, at age 5 we were referred to Dr. Broadwater, Nana lost her left eye due to cataract becoming detached and causing pressure issues.. She had cataract surgery on her other eye at the same time. She is a very happy, active one eyed Diva!! 😂
Belle has an appointment with Dr. Broadwater, soon! 🙂 I am sure she is excited about it.
Dr. Broadwater and his team are the best! Our little one-eyed shih tzu Elizabeth got to live out her final months without losing her vision thanks to the care she received there.❤
He’s the absolute best! He took care of my girl when the exact thing happened to her! I’ve always respected him so highly for his unselfish and caring love and talent for our fur children!
Little Bit Nye loves Dr. Broadwater and is very thankful he’s helped her eye so much!
Congratulations Dr Tauber n team. Thank you for saving Remi. Y'all are the best!❤
Congratulations Remy! We are some of the biggest CARE cheerleaders!! When we needed them, they were there!! I mean truly there for our precious Savi and us! When we could not be at her side in ICU everyday, we got phone calls TWICE a day from her cardiologist Dr Sayer! She answered rapid fire questions from not just one, but TWO strong ICU (people nurses). She concisely worked through each of our questions, and each life saving medication or procedure that we requested was either used or evaluated for veterinary use without hesitation. If Dr Sayer thought we were crazy...she never showed it. We would have done ABSOLUTELY anything to save our Savi girl. We found the entire staff, from front to back were extremely efficient, compassionate people. CARE gave us a little more precious time with our girl. We are fortunate to have this team in our area. Thank you our Drs were Thompson, Hartman, and Dr Flood and Dr. Sayer!
Dr. Fauber and her team are amazing! Glad Remy is back on his feet!
I am a pet sitter and 24 hours is my maximum for cats. Even the shy ones. I've shy cats shut into dresser drawers, gone down HVAC returns and in a critical care situation. Most of my cat clients book twice daily or opt for a 1 hour extended visit. Even if they aren't lap cats, they appreciate the stability of knowing they aren't forgotten.
One of my cats has always greeted us at the door, like dog, when we come home from anywhere. We used to use pet sitters when they were younger, but now at their age we only take trips that we can bring them on. They are both extremely bonded to all of us and hate being alone.
The way that I found out that my cat, Tony Bear, had a heart defect was when I went out of town for 2 nights. I got back to find him in heart failure, barely breathing. Turns out, the stress of my absence would throw him into heart failure, each time I went out of town. Oh Tony Bear! It would literally break his heart for me to leave.