November 2017

Winter’s (Kinda) Here. Here’s 5 Ways to Fight Doggie Boredom

I have two dogs of questionable character. One is now a 10-year-old cattle dog mix. The other, an 8-year-old Border Collie mix. Despite their advanced dog years, they have two speeds: turbocharged and faster. Hard, hour-long walks barely put a dent in their desire to go, go, go. When the weather turns (and I don’t want to get out in...
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It’s Time to Remember All the Good

As many families across our community prepare for Thanksgiving and the holiday season, I cannot help but pause and be thankful for the many things we take for granted in our lives. I am so grateful for what we can do as an organization and the lives we change every day. What we do could not have been made possible...
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A Twist of Fate

A Q&A with Amanda, Veterinary Clinic Assistant. We learn pretty quickly here at PRCKC that everybody’s got their story. That applies not just to our clients and their pets, but to the staff as well. We’ve all taken different paths to get to the same place, and those paths have given us all unique experiences that make this a great...
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How to Find a Companion

Robin lives alone. That’s the way he likes it. He’s not a cranky guy, mind you; he’s actually a very kind and caring man. He’s lived in houses full of people coming and going, though, and he’s at a point in his life where he just doesn’t want that. When he had a stroke, though, living alone became much more...
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