St. Bethlehem Animal Clinic Offers a Kitten Adoption Program in Clarksville


Posted June 5, 2017 by justin345

This press release intends to inform the readers that St. Bethlehem Animal Clinic offers a Kitten Adoption Program in Clarksville.

 
[b]St. Bethlehem Animal Clinic[/b] in [b]Clarksville[/b] is widely popular among local pet owners not only for their great services, but also for their commitment to animal welfare. They have a Kitten Adoption Program, which started after seeing many adorable & healthy kittens that were being euthanized in their local shelter for want of a home. There are several kittens at the facility waiting eagerly for a visitor that would provide them home. This Animal facility also provides low cost neuters for the animal shelters as well as other humane organization groups.

[b]St. Bethlehem Animal Clinic[/b] has been offering excellent veterinary care to pets in and around Oak Grove, [b]Clarksville[/b], Guthrie, Fort Campbell, and greater Montgomery County, Tennessee. They also offer a wide range of veterinary medical services such as medical and surgical care, boarding and grooming, preventive wellness care, including dental care.

[b]About Dr. Ronald Whitford[/b]

[b]Dr. Ronald Whitford[/b] is a Small Animal Practitioner with more than 45 years of experience. He is the Chief of Staff at St Bethlehem Animal Clinic in Clarksville, which he founded in 1980 after working for another clinic in Clarksville, Tennessee. It is a well-known veterinary hospital with medical resources and design reflecting the best that a modern veterinary can offer. They have state-of-the-art equipment, pharmacy lab, exam rooms and medical assets in a multi facility that provides a home like atmosphere to the clients and their pets. Dr. Ronald Whitford specializes in surgery, feline medicine and dermatology. He is also a nationally recognized speaker, consultant and a writer in the veterinary profession. He is a veterinarian for several local dog and cat rescue groups, and supporter of Christian Missionary Programs including donating cattle, pigs, & chickens in poor world countries.
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