Archive for the ‘PetWork Exotic Pets’ Category

In an animal’s eyes, love is unconditional. Too often, their love is taken advantage of, leaving hundreds of animals abused, neglected, and discarded.



Miranda’s Rescue for Large and Small Animals (Fortuna, California 95540) rescues and heals those animals, because every animal deserves to be loved.


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From Rocky Ridge Refuge

Rocky Ridge Refuge (Midway, Arkansas 72651) is the result of a dream I’ve had since I was a small child; to share my life with animals, especially those needing special effort due to medical issues, or abuse and neglect.

Since settling in my present location, I’ve been working toward this animal “group home.” I now rescue and care for a variety of creatures, both exotic and the more common.


I have been involved with animals all my life, from wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, to many years working as a Veterinary Technician, dog trainer and volunteer in many animal causes. I have studied and applied alternative therapies for many of my ill or injured animals with positive results. I continue to study and learn all I can to help their physical, mental and emotional well-being.

Another aspect of my life with animals is the “Pet Therapy” work I’ve done for 20 years. Whether visiting nursing homes or schools with some of the smaller animals, or having people out to my place, the gift of interacting with animals is something I love to share with others. I’ve seen some remarkable things occur over the years as a result of this healing experience.

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The Maryland Animal Sanctuary & Rescue Organization (MAS Rescue, Inc.) was founded in 2005 by Mary Snyder to fulfill her dream and passion to save animals.


MAS Rescue is a small not-for-profit group that is dedicated to help unwanted shelter animals whose time has run out and whose destiny is deemed perilous. The group is supported by a select few of volunteers who have the same passionate desire to save as many shelter animals as possible. Since 2005, MAS Rescue has rescued and placed over 1,800 dogs and cats in loving forever homes.

Animals come to MAS from local shelters, some from distant shelters, while still others are displaced homeless animals found wandering the streets. MAS rescues, treats and rehabilitates animals through placement in volunteer foster homes for the purpose of eventual adoption into permanent homes that are loving and responsible. They are socialized with children, other animals, and are exposed to everyday family life.

MAS requires an adoption application, a signed contract and a fee. They will complete regular follow-ups, including veterinarian follow-up on your new companion.

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The mission of the SPCA Serving Erie County (Tonawanda, New Yori 14150) is to create a caring and kind community that encourages fair and humane treatment of all creatures. Its knowledgeable, caring, and open-minded team of staff and volunteers achieves that mission through proactive efforts to address the current status of animals in the community, education of adults and children, rescue and sheltering of animals in need, and placement of animals into appropriate homes.


Bella (Animal ID #16148555)

The SPCA cares for approximately 15,000 animals each year through programs that include adoptions; admissions; animal rescues; animal emergency transports; stray lost and found services; animal cruelty investigations and seizures; care for wildlife, reptiles, exotics, and farm animals; and much more.

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Red Dog Farm (Greensboro, North Carolina 27410) is the private residence of Garland and Gary Graham, who founded Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network.

Garland and Gary began fostering golden retrievers through Triad Golden Retriever Rescue in 2000, due to their love of their golden retriever named Rodney (a/k/a “the Red Dog”), who lived to be fifteen years old and is dearly missed. Soon enough, other dogs and cats began to find their way to Red Dog Farm, and they were fostered and adopted out as well. Once the barn was finished, farm animals in need began to move in. Some came for short periods of time until they were rehabilitated and adopted and others have become permanent residents.

In 2006, after privately fostering over 50 animals, Garland and Gary decided to start a nonprofit rescue network to allow others to foster and donate. Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to the rehabilitation, fostering, and adoption of animals of all sizes.

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It all began with the purchase of Cedar Village Animal Clinic on March 8, 2000, which later became The Village Vets of Lilburn-Stone Mountain.  Drs. Will Draper and Françoise Tyler, both 1991 graduates of Tuskegee University’s School of Veterinary Medicine (and married since 1993), opened The Village Vets of Decatur on March 26, 2001. The Village Vets is the result of their dreams come true.

The Village Vets provides a wide range of services such as preventative health care, dental care, surgery, boarding, and grooming. Hospital staff consists of well-trained and highly qualified personnel, who constantly strive to provide the best medical and surgical care possible for their patients. They are proud to have recently been voted as one of the metro area’s top veterinary practices in the November 2010 edition of Atlanta magazine’s “The Best for Our Pets” contest – their fourth consecutive honor in this publication.

The Village Vets offers a wide array of services:

  • Small animal and exotic medicine
  • General and Orthopedic Surgery
  • Dentistry
  • Digital X-ray (Full Body & Dental)
  • Ultrasonography on site
  • Boarding/ Drop Offs
  • Bathing/ Nail Trimming
  • House calls available

Appointments preferred, walk-ins welcome. Service available 24 hours a day.

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Linwood Animal Clinic (Milwaukie, Oregon 97222) provides full-service veterinary care in Milwaukie, Oak Grove, Happy Valley, Gladstone, Oregon City, Portland, and the surrounding areas. Its veterinarians care for your cats and dogs, as well as birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, reptiles, and other pets. Every veterinarian and staff member is devoted to providing your pet with high-quality care.

Whether your pet needs a routine exam and vaccinations, is sick, or is injured, Linwood Animal Clinic’s veterinarians and staff will provide the best comprehensive care delivered with compassion. They understand that your pet is part of your family and you expect quality care.

Linwood Animal Clinic offers the latest state-of-the-art surgical and treatment options for your pets. Its veterinarians offer full-service veterinary care, including routine and emergency exams, dental treatment, comprehensive diagnostic procedures, and digital X-ray facilities. They perform spays and neuters as well as most other surgical procedures your pet may need.

In addition to veterinary care, the clinic offers other services to keep your pet happy and healthy. The veterinarians can perform micro chipping to help prevent the heartache of a lost pet. They have pet boarding services to provide loving and attentive care for your pet when you are out of town; with a veterinarian on staff, your pet is always well cared for.

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All Animals Emergency (San Francisco, California 94122) is committed to helping your pet lead a long, healthy, and active life. Whether your pet is sick or injured, you can feel confident knowing that the hospital’s experienced team is ready and eager to provide the care that your pet deserves.

The staff at All Animals Emergency works hard to provide clients and their beloved pets with a warm and comfortable atmosphere in which to obtain the services they need. The staff is fully trained, offers years of experience and, of course, loves animals as much as you do.

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Birds
  • Rodents
  • Reptiles
  • And more!

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Saukville Veterinary Clinic (Saukville, Wisconsin 53080) is a small animal hospital that sees cats, dogs, and many types of exotic animals such as birds, reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, pocket pets, and hobby farm animals.

Saukville Veterinary Clinic currently has 3 full-time veterinarians. 5 exam rooms, a surgical suite, a full pharmacy, and a treatment area for dentals and x-rays.  The clinic also has a full-time staff of receptionists, veterinary technicians, and veterinary assistants, along with the doctors, that are always available to help you with any questions you might have.

If there is something that Saukville Veterinary Clinic can’t do at their facility, they will refer you to a different facility that is capable.

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Appalachian Animal Hospital (East Ellijay, Georgia 30540) focuses on excellence in patient care and client service. A wide variety of patients are cared for, including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, small mammals, native wildlife, and zoo species.

The practice was established by Dr. Dilmus Blackmon in 1976 as Boardtown Animal Hospital. It was located on Boardtown Road, north of Ellijay. The practice was purchased by Dr. Hal Stolz in 1979, and was moved to its present location on the Appalachian Highway (GA 5/515) in East Ellijay in 1984. The practice was purchased in 1990 by Dr. Francis Cipullo, and became a limited liability company in 1995.

Appalachian Animal Hospital has since expanded its facility and become a five-doctor practice with more advanced equipment to keep pace with the constantly evolving field of veterinary medicine. Dr. Lyn Lewis became co-owner in 2004.

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