“Healing comes from our hearts before our hands.”
At Aboite Animal Hospital, we believe that successfully treating your pets’ illness and alleviating their pain is not only the result of our veterinary expertise, but also our unmatched love and care for animals. We know that our love for your pets plays a crucial role in helping them overcome their fears and preventing or stopping their pain.
Have you given any thought about the many ways pets actually minister healing back to us during times of true physical pain or the emotional pain of grief and never ending loneliness? How many people continue to hold on to life because they don’t want to leave their pets behind? Caring for their pets gives them purpose and the feeling of being needed as they nurture their “children.”
Medical science has proven that pet owning cardiac patients live longer, partly due to the effect of lowering their blood pressures as they stroke the pet at their side. Taking their dog for a walk produces the benefits of physical exercise, as well. Stress kills and our pets help to distract us from the cares of this world, thus minimizing the devastating effects that stress produces in our physical bodies.
Our beloved animals are a gift from God, enabling us to live a long, full and happy life. Most often they are a source of happiness, joy and contentment, thus helping us work through those stressful and painful situations that come our way all too often.
Since our pets help us live a long, full and happy life, won’t you agree that they at least deserve the same opportunity?
Your pets are more than just another number to us! The way we connect with our clients to help them with their pets’ needs, and the numerous occasions where they are able to rely on us when facing life’s difficult events; clearly demonstrates that we will serve you and your pets “with our hearts before our hands” ----- an empathetic approach rarely seen today.
With love for all animals and especially yours,
Daniel D. Rodgers, DVM (Dr.Dan)
“A Righteous Man Cares For The Needs Of His Animal.” Proverbs 12:10