• February 28, 2017

Official: Animals ‘big winners’ in shelter-soldier partnership

Fort Hood veterinarians, local animal controls both benefit from training

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  • Jaclyn posted at 8:36 pm on Wed, Mar 20, 2013.

    Jaclyn Posts: 8

    Amazing news! Glad Dr. Krause (Hill Country Animal Hospital) didn't get his way about keeping this from happening, due to the concern he might miss out on a small number of patients a month!

    A vetted animal is SO much more likely to get adopted! Thanks to all that made this happen!

  • Michaela Ramos posted at 8:34 pm on Wed, Mar 20, 2013.

    Michaela Ramos Posts: 4

    great job! Thank you Fort Hood staff for helping local shelters. Thank you Animal Shelter Staff to build this relationship. [beam]