Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Q is for quality and the last day to enter my giveaway!


click on photo to see priscilla and dr mauro with her capable assistant on the right



have you ever had the opportunity to watch a doctor work with a patient in such a way that it left you feeling inspired? this is my experience when we take our precious priscilla to see dr. mauro over at southgate animal hospital. there is nothing better than feeling like you are giving your loved one the care that they need by a skilled professional who is passionate about what they do. doctor mauro clearly loves animals and if you watch her as she takes care of them you will find it a relief to know that she will do everything she can to help your beloved.
this post is part of abc wednesday thanks to mrs. nesbitt. please go here for other representations of the letter Q.
today is also the last day to enter my giveaway so please go over here and leave a comment so you won't miss out. or, you can email me at lily.hydrangea@gmail.com
Good luck everyone!

23 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Know how feel, do want Quality when it comes to my Sam Schnauzer!
Great post for the Q Day! Enjoy the rest of the week!

Marie Reed said...

They just beam goodness! You don't see that very often!

peiman-sydneyinframe said...

what an impressive picture!!

magiceye said...

quality is of quintessence!


Greetings from the ABC TEAM!

Rinkly Rimes said...

What a great Quest for Quality!

Shell Sherree said...

No Quaking for Priscilla! She looks comfortable and no wonder.

chrome3d said...

Everybody is happy. Not all jobs are like that. they are lucky.

Grace and Bradley said...

Prisicilla is a very luck dog. It is a post with quality.

bobbie said...

Priscilla is adorable.

Elisabeth's bright side said...

It's nice to be able to give your dear ones the neccesary treatments and they understand that you are helping and are grateful for it.

You have many great posts on your blog Have a nice week!

mkreider said...

I feel so lucky to have found your blog! I like the way you document events and nature scenes and everything else that you enjoy on Long Island. I do a similar thing for the North Fork of Long Island! Keep up the good work. I'm going to follow your blog.

Elizabeth said...

Lily!
What a co-incidence!
Yesterday we were at the vet in the city.
I do think vets are often nicer than human doctors.
I'd go to one any day!
Yes, I bet you got those dramatic clouds yesterday too.

Carol said...

Nice shot...and both of these ladies seem to be enjoying their job of quality care...

Daryl said...

Priscilla is a good pup ... and her vets look to be nice people ...

Janie said...

There's nothing like a quality vet to make a person feel secure about her pets. Great Q entry.

Mojo said...

I don't have a regular doctor for myself, but Tonka does. And I'm very picky about who it is too. I've dropped more than one vet in my wake when I thought they didn't care as much about him as they should. I know they see hundreds of animals a week. And I'm sure the other 99 are just as important to their people. But Tonka's the best friend I have in this world and he can't speak for himself. So deal.

*sigh* I love that dog.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Priscilla is a darling pup! It's good you ahve a vet that you like and trust.

I just entered your give away --glad I didn't miss the chance!

tapirgal said...

Thank you for visiting "Q" is for Quills :) It's so interesting meeting new people and seeing part of their lives. I'll see you around City Daily Photo!

Ken Mac said...

god, I mean dog, lovers unite!

anthonynorth said...

Yes, when you need treating you need a friendly face.

jay said...

Looks like a wonderful place. I have similar feelings about Davis Veterinary Specialists in Higham Gobion, Bedfordshire, Cambridge vet school, and the Newmarket referral centre, both in the UK. All of them gave us reassurance that our beloved dogs were in the best of hands.

True quality.

Phoenix said...

I love the vet we take our cats too. I agree quality of care is very important. Cute picture! :)

Hilary said...

Priscilla looks very comfortable up there on the table. And the veterinary women look happy and relaxed. A good combination for dogs.