Chocolate Handel enjoying the autumn breeze!
Daisy & Taffy T.
All tucked in for the winter!
What can I say about J Henry, well I would classify him as a "Big Lug" for sure, he is out going ,very friendly and mild mannered. His story began in November of 2005. A neighbor asked if I had seen the cat that had been trying to get into the houses on the street. I answered I had not and did not think to much more about it as there were always strays around the area. Several nights later I had worked the late shift and was retrieving the mail from the postal box at the end of my drive way when I heard a cat meowing rather loudly. I looked down the road and there was a out line of a cat in the darkness running at full speed up the hill towards me. He came right up to me meowing all the time, rubbed against my leg wanting attention. I looked at him an asked "are you the lost cat I heard about ?" And reached down and patted him on the head. I walked to my door, went inside and brought out a can of food which was gone in seconds. Presented an additional can and went in the house leaving him to eat his meal. The next morning I opened the door and there he was sitting waiting for me. I already had a cat "Zaggs" and was not in the market for a second. I made a bed for him on the porch, checked Pet Finder and the local news paper to see if he had been reported lost. A couple days later he was still on the porch and joining us for meals. I made a flyer and sent it out to all the Vets in the Derry and Londonderry area but no one recognized him and I got no response. After sixty days I brought him in to Dr. Handle for shots and the rest is history. All he needed was a name, he was short but chunky, so good natured and was accepting of everyone, and reminded me of my Dad, who's name was Joseph Henry but was called just Henry, or around town " Henry the fisherman" as he was know around Beaver Lake. I did not want the exact same name and put the J in front, so he officially became J Henry Soucy. And that is how J Henry came to join my family. I have enjoyed every day since with J Henry, he is the official greeter at the house and expects every one to make a fuss over him. He is a delight for sure. -Lois Soucy
Louie Handel celebrates St. Patrick's Day
Sazey was a wonderful pet and friend. We found her as a stray and the medical care Dr. Handel gave her saved her life and gave us wonderful pet and friend for 20 years. In the photos she was about 19. She passed away when she was 21.
You're right, daddy keeps the house to cool in winter!
"Sunshine enjoys bird watching, hamster watching and spider hunting when she's not relaxing."
Tara looking Beautiful! As always!!
Tara is a sweet little Shih Tzu that brings joy to everyone she meets. She loves to run, play "Hide and Seek", play with her toys, and mooch a snack of yogurt or banana. Dr. Handel and his fabulous staff have been caring for Tara since 2003. Tara's lustrous locks and stylish cut are compliments of celebrity pooch stylist Carol. We love you guys! :) Love, Cindy and Tara
Tired from a long day!
Xena, pretty girl!
Happy St. Patricks Day
We rescued Zoe back in the fall of 2009 from a foster home. We had a vendor booth at a local pet event and at the end of the first day, we heard this little whimper from the booth behind us. My wife pulled back the curtain and there she was, it was at that exact moment, we both looked at each other and we just knew that we HAD to take her home! Two days later, she was ours :) She is the sweetest, gentlest dog, she does something everyday to make us love her even more. She LOVES going for a ride to the point she now will not let us leave the house without her! We've nicknamed her "The Tongue" she will attack you with love any chance she gets!
-Todd and Rosie Ward