Life of a rural vet: part one


4 thoughts on “Life of a rural vet: part one

  1. The ending of this article made me so sad. As a member of the board of directors at the Humane Society for Inland Mendocino County, I see weekly how Dr. Chana and the staff at East Hill Veterinary Clinic have so much compassion for the sick and ailing animals and patience with their pet parents. I also see how desperate county people are for help with their pets.
    Day after day, we see neglected, abandoned and helpless animals and we too have to learn how to say no. We can’t save them all, even when we want to.
    Please show kindness and understanding for the vet clinics and shelters who are doing the best that they can with limited resources, staff and funds.

  2. It made me so sad to read how badly the wonderful caring staff of this clinic are being treated. They are wonderful folks who always do their best to be accommodating, compassionate and caring. I consider them a true gift to this small community. Bless them for all they do.

  3. Wow I totally understand I worked with my husband who is a physician and it was the same people complaining about the wait then taking more time than their appt. Complaining the whole time.. I guess Vets are the same there is always rude people, Dr. Chana you are definitely appreciated by us.. thank you for your service…

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