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This is Eva (below right), Dr. Derfuss' dog. Eva was found running with her companion and young puppy on the streets near the Plainfield Area Humane Society in the summer of 2003. She came to Branchburg Animal Hospital to be spayed and the rest is history! She accompanied Dr. Derfuss to work every day and hung out on her bed in Dr. Derfuss' office. She was very loving and very much enjoyed our three foster kittens! She was very gentle with them and really showed off her motherly instincts. Eva passed in October of 2014 but her memory stays alive here at BAH.
Dr. Derfuss adopted Emmy (above) in November 2014. She originally arrived at the Plainfield Area Humane Society 10 years earlier. She had been adopted and returned several times. She lived at the shelter for 2 years prior to Dr. Derfuss adopting her. Emmy is a very unique dog but loves everyone- whether 2 legged or 4 legged.
These are Janice's dogs (above), Will and Grace. Brother and sister were abandoned in a county park in the fall of 2000 when they were only five months old. They were rescued by the Franklin Animal Shelter and soon adopted by Janice's family. They are best friends and are rarely apart from each other.
This is Miles, the rat. He was adopted from the Chester County SPCA in PA and now lives with Janice's family. He was surrendered to the shelter when he was just a baby after a pet snake refused to eat him for several days for unknown reasons. He is very smart, does tricks and is extremely friendly and sociable to everyone he meets. Yogurt covered raisins are his favorite treat.
This is Duncan, Ellie's Dog
Sage and Nike are Jason's dogs. Sage is a blue tri-color pit-bull who is almost one year old. On the right is Nike, who was born in early 1998 and is still strong and healthy!
Emma belongs to Cheryl. She is trained in obedience, agility, treibball, and rally-o. But mostly, She is a very talented therapy dog. She successfully competed 6 months worth of chemotherapy in January of 2014! This is a photo of Emma with our technician, Jessie, the day she finished the chemo!
or the past five years, the veterinarians at Branchburg Animal Hospital have taken great care of Stitch. I highly recommend this vet for your cat or dog.
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