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Animal Hero of HousePaws: Alan Braslow
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Animal Hero of HousePaws: Alan Braslow

This is a feature on someone we've come across who is a hero for animals in this world. Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, all colors, and walks of life. Our heroes could be clients of ours,  or someone we meet in the many communities we serve and places we visit....

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COVID-19 & HousePaws: UPDATES
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COVID-19 & HousePaws: UPDATES

Please scroll down to see all updates from Dr. Lisa & HousePaws regarding COVID-19 policies and how they affect HousePaws, your pet(s), and our ability to continue serving you in the safest way possible.  * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * March 19, 2020,...

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One-On-One with HousePaws: Dr. Melissa Rich
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One-On-One with HousePaws: Dr. Melissa Rich

This One-on-One interview is with Dr. Melissa Rich, our newest veterinarian who joined HousePaws in January 2020. Dr. Melissa Rich is a Maryland native, who attended Gettysburg College for her undergraduate studies in Biology. She pursued her veterinary education at...

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Meet Our Clients

Gizmo
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Gizmo

Gizmo is the princess of the house. She loves to prance around and is a ham when people come over. She is our baby girl and we love her to bits!

Zoey
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Zoey

I rescued Zoey from dog fighting ring being used as bait. When I brought her home she had her throat cut and her ear was was injured. She attacked all my other animals, but we have given her time to adjust and she has become so lovable and is great with my kids.  She...

Milo
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Milo

Milo was the runt of the litter and the last one left to find a forever home. He was 16 weeks old when we adopted him. He stole our hearts instantly....I mean with a face like this how could we not love him!!

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