|As Danny Thomas said: "The world is full of takers and givers. The takers eat better but
the givers sleep better." We all have an obligation to leave this world a better place
and doing something small every day makes a difference to all of us. That being said I'd
like to extend a special thanks and mention to Dr. Gomaa at Abbott Animal Hospital.
We are in our 18th year of breeding and rescue and having a compassionate,
knowledgeable veterinarian is of the utmost importance. When we moved to
Massachusetts we interviewed with different local vets and were so thrilled when we
met Dr. Gomaa. We spoke with him about his business and philosophy and loved it all.
Abbott Animal Hospital is the only owner-serviced animal hospital in Southern New
England that is available 24 hours a day. Aside from offering top notch service (at any
time) in a well equipped facility, he works with us on rescue costs too - not because he
has to but because he wants to. I have never met a veterinarian that offers this kind of
personal service and I highly recommend him to clients and everyone I know.
Click the link below to visit his site and contact him today.
While you're chatting feel free to contact him as reference on us too.
|Some dogs have not had the good life. They've been abused or neglected and they need
a second chance. Royal Flush Cavaliers NEVER turns away a Cavalier in need. We have a
'no questions asked' policy for any dog that needs rescue and do everything we can to
rehabilitate the dog and get them re-homed as soon as possible. Royal Flush absorbs all
costs of surgery, physical rehabilitation or any other need of the dog. Once they are
ready to be rehomed we do so at a nominal fee of $150-$250 which is inclusive of
spay/neuter and vaccinations too - regardless of cost. It's just our small way of giving
back to this very special breed and all the joy they bring to us and their forever homes
Rescue cases are available to proper homes on a case by case basis For information on
the rescue cases we're working on now or in the near future, or if you have a Cavalier in
need of rescue, feel free to call or email us at any time - we're always available to help.
UNWANTED BY HIS OWNER AFTER A NEW BABY, HIS
LIFE WAS RELEGATED TO AN X-PEN IN THE BASEMENT.
HIS STORY CAME IN TO AIMEE OF GREENFIELD, MA
WHO PICKED HIM UP, GOT HIM TO A VET FOR HELP,
AND THEN OVER TO US TO FIND A FOREVER HOME.
DEXTER WAS LYME-POSITIVE AND LONELY. HE WAS
MEDICATED AND VACCINATED. DR GOMAA HAS DONE
A FOLLOW-UP NEUTER AND DEX WAS ADOPTED BY
BETH FROM ATTLEBORO, MA IN FEBRUARY, 2011.
MANY THANKS TO THE EFFORTS OF AIMEE,
DR. GOMAA AND BETH FOR THIS HAPPY ENDING!