This month’s feature pet is Julio, a four year old Bengal kitty who is a member of the Orozco Family. Julio recently visited with Dr. Margo Reid and had his first dental procedure. While hanging out with the Campus Veterinary Clinic staff, Julio stole their hearts and the decision to make him the July Critter of the Month was unanimous. So without further ado, we present to you Julio’s Story, told in his own words: This is my story! Hi, my name is Julio and I am about 4 years old and I am “street smart” because my previous owners abandoned me, probably for health issues,Read More →

The month of July brings not only BBQs, fireworks and sunny days. July brings us our latest Critter of the Month, Blue. We are so happy to share one of our favorite canine friends with you. Adored by doctors and technicians alike, this adorable pooch is always a delight to see coming through our doors. Her companion Alisha tells us more: “Blue was just a baby, about one, when found on the street in Stockton by a local that had and incredible compassion for the pit bull breed. She picked up the little girl and took her to the vet. In Stockton the local poundRead More →

This month’s critter is quite the VIP around these parts. None of the staff here at the clinic can resist the charms of this handsome one-eyed West Highland terrier. Everybody stops what they’re doing to say hello when Casper comes into the clinic. I was happy when his companions agreed to share this canine charmer’s story. Owner Rick relays the tale below. “After having owned a wonderful Westie for 16 years I was hesitant to get another as I figured it would never live up to the goodness of my first one. But then in summer 2002 we were treated to a meeting with aRead More →

Every critter has a story, and one of the things we enjoy most about our work here at the clinic is the diversity of those stories. Our feline friend Canarsie has had many twists and turns in her life road. Her companion Judy was gracious enough to relate her “tale:” “Canarsie’s first human family moved away and left her to fend for herself, near the apartment complex in Hayward where my co-worker Pat lived (in Hayward). Pat put out food and water for Canarsie in the El Nino winter of 1997-98, but Canarsie remained wary of human contact. In the spring she started to comeRead More →