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I have taken my elderly dog Oscar to the clinic at Whole Foods on Broad Street. There was a veterinarian there when I visited several months ago who was extremely kind and tuned in to my dog's needs. It was a male veterinarian and I felt that should I need to take Oscar to a local vet, I would go to this vet in a heartbeat. He was compassionate and knowledgeable.
Sarah Dupuy reviewed The Inner Pup Of New Orleans — 5 star
November 19 - 2017
I was able to get so much help for my dog thanks to this clinic. I was able to get him heart worm testing, heart worm shot and flea meds. I was in between jobs and dont know what I would have done. So grateful.
I would like to thank y'all again for allowing us to participate in y'all's program today
It meant the world to Wylie and I to have the opportunity to speak to those young people. I look forward to working with y'all in the future . Tell Chucky hello for us, I really appreciated his input.
Dixon Correctional Institute
Carolyn Thornhill reviewed The Inner Pup Of New Orleans — 5 star
November 6 · 2017
I've worked hard all my life, but now I'm on SS disability...I've always been able to take care of my babies until the last year and was at a loss as to how to keep them. It's not fair to keep them and not get them the care they need...that's such a depressing state to be it...a friend told me about TIPNO the Inner Pup and a came for th heartworm clinic last month, and for the annual shots yesterday...the people are so wonderful and I have a place to take my babies when they need their shots...thank you so much for being there!!!
Miss Shelby Flowers, 2018 6th grade TIP teachers, KCCA Good morning!
I just wanted to take the time to thank you guys for the amazing work you all did at KCCA. The transformation I saw in the depth of their knowledge about dogs from start to finish was really fun to be a part of. It really amazes me that you all took the time out of your busy schedules to make this curriculum, and for that, I thank you.
"I have a student, he always choses where he is going to sit. He hasn't sat in an assigned seat all year. He wants to be left alone in the back of class and not be bothered. Truly, for the first time, maybe besides 1 other time, in the entire year, I see this tiny student, whose under developed in more ways than one, whose excited to be in class. Raising his hand, wants to be involved, wants to do the activities, he was so eager!! Miss Keller told me that there are always those 1-2 students that come out of their shell with Canine Compassion's curriculum, but I would not have dreamed in a million years that this student was the one that got excited about this! And, really, I could say that about a lot of the students. You just saw the students become emotionally stable in class, back to their usual in their next class, but, in our 4 walls, when Canine Compassion curriculum was being taught, they were calm, engaged and happy. Calm Engaged and Happy, a teachers dream." Miss Shelby Flowers, May 2018
Peyton Bullard reviewed The Inner Pup Of New Orleans — 5 star September 14 2017
I am 77 years old & live on my social security which is $646.00 a month. Without 'The Inner Pup of New Orleans' help, I could not afford to keep my fur baby "Mandy." I live alone & she gives me so much love. Thank you for making my life so wonderful by helping me to keep Mandy healthy.
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