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Anouk’s Six Month Check-up


Marcelyn

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Dra. Chely is amazing.

This was the day for Anouk’s check-up which included worming pills and rabies shot. Dra. Chely inspected Anouk’s ears and did a thorough exam of our dog’s teeth and mouth condition. All good news now, but Dra. Chely pointed to enamel lost because of bad diet fed by Anouk’s earlier owners. (Remember Anouk is a rescue dog.)

Fur condition outstanding — shines. Dra. Chely asked what dog food we are feeding Anouk and gave immediate approval of our selection. Should mention she said “no treats” because Anouk is overweight and cautioned this is bad for her heart. Longer walks needed!

Except for a weight problem (my fault because I am the “food lady”), Anouk’s heart, lungs, feet, etc., are in excellent condition. 

Dra. Chely kissed our dog, gave her a hug and said to me “Anouk has a good home now”.

Everyone happy and home we go.

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Here are two pictures of Anouk visiting with Dra Chely this morning. One can tell just by watching her interaction with Anouk that Dra Chely genuinely cares about pets.

First is getting ready for the injection.

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And here having her teeth and mouth thoroughly checked.

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2 hours ago, Bud said:

Dra Chely genuinely cares about pets.

Dra. Chely does indeed genuinely care about pets. When we came to Panama 11 years ago, we brought with us a female pit bull named Chyna. She was a sweetheart but, admittedly, formidable looking. The first time Chyna and I visited Dra. Chely, whether for routine stuff or an emergency I don't recall, it was memorable. Following her ministrations, Dra. Chely took Chyna's face in her hands and noisily kissed her right on her bulldog lips. I don't believe many people would have done that.

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50 minutes ago, Bonnie said:

Dra. Chely does indeed genuinely care about pets. When we came to Panama 11 years ago, we brought with us a female pit bull named Chyna. She was a sweetheart but, admittedly, formidable looking. The first time Chyna and I visited Dra. Chely, whether for routine stuff or an emergency I don't recall, it was memorable. Following her ministrations, Dra. Chely took Chyna's face in her hands and noisily kissed her right on her bulldog lips. I don't believe many people would have done that.

Ok, OK!!   My guilt is high, the cats haven't been to the vet in ages.   It doesn't look too traumatic,, I'm going to take them in!!  Thanks for the nudge. Dr. Chely looks like a fine choice.

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I had to take one of my semi-retarded rescue dogs in to Dra. Chely's clinic a couple of weeks ago for a badly cut foot. The people who were in the clinic when we arrived we're having an emotionally bad time because they were there for Dra. Chely to put down their elderly dog who had bone cancer.

When the procedure was over, it was my turn to go in and Dra Chely cried during the entire 20 minute visit time we were there. She is definitely a sweetheart.

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Dra Chely helped me end my 18 year old cat Jakes life as well and we both cried.  She is a true animal lover and is compassionate beyond compare.  Bless her heart.

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Dr Chely is a good vet, we love her, she come to see all the pack at DogCamp, deworm pills, shots, blood test, everything!!! DogCamp is in good hands!

We are so happy for Anouk, we rescued this beautiful dog and thanks to Marcelyn and Bob who decided to foster Anouk, but they adopted him. ?

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