Thank you to everyone who shared or liked my Facebook posts, read my fliers on stop signs, talked with me when I knocked on your door and kept an eye out for Greta. The day Greta went missing I hired…
Let me introduce myself – I am a beagle/hound mix, about a year old and named Timmy. That’s Timmy, not Timothy, which really doesn’t fit me at all — way too formal. You see, I’m a real social butterfly and…
I recently discovered an absolutely wonderful nonprofit, animal rescue group serving our area that people in Rappahannock should know about. The group is called People For Pets, and I learned about them when I was trying to find a home…
Hi! My name’s Sadie. I’m a poodle mix and the poodle part of me simply loves dressing up. I’m a happy little dog, less than a year old and quite attractive and petite (13 pounds to be exact).
The Rappahannock Animal Welfare League (RAWL) would like to thank the community for coming out to “Mutt, Mix & Mingle” May 1 at the Flint Hill Public House. We were thrilled with the tremendous turn out, it was great to…
It’s time to join friends and neighbors for a lively day commemorating Food Pantry Day in Rappahannock County on Saturday, May 9 — a day that includes a pet parade and flower sale and ends with a gala dinner.
Hello, I’m a German Shepherd named Jackson. I came to RAWL with my brother Thor. He’s found his new home and I’m trying to find mine.
My name is Paulie and I’m what’s called a “designer dog.” I’m a cock-a-poo (the lazy way to say cocker spaniel/poodle mix).
My name’s Reilly. I came to RAWL in a lot of pain and was really scared. Once I got to RAWL, my story got happy.
Lemons are sour but I certainly am not. The RAWL people named me Lemon, though (go figure). I am sweet as they come actually — sassy, adorable and fun.
Treating pets repeatedly to make their symptoms disappear is like driving a car with a tire that is constantly going flat. Finding holistic medicine is like finding the right mechanic who recognizes the problem and patches the tire.
Aine, working border collie at Sperryville’s Heritage Hollow Farm, works off any lingering effects of cabin fever after this weekend’s snowfall — which she conquered in short order.
As a holistic practice, we are often called to visit animals with unusual symptoms. We see animals with specific personality or behavior traits that came along with the physical symptom the owner recognizes as abnormal.
Animals First Veterinary Service was established in 2001 as a veterinary housecall practice. We are available to treat your pet to our unique and complete health care approach through a personal housecall or as an in office appointment.
After Pam Owen’s Wild Ideas column about helping a stray cat engendered a few heated comments online, she clarifies the plan for him.
I’m Peaches, a very social 3-year-old, 60-pound female yellow Labrador retriever who would be happy living with other dogs, cats or both.