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Happy Holidays 2016
Petcasso 2016 was a Purrfect Success!

silent acution
Presented by Park National Bank and sponsored by The BonBonerie, Cristofoli-Keeling, Inc., Sara and Michelle Vance-Waddell, among others, proceeds from Petcasso 2016 surpassed the goal of $30,000. Over 250 guests enjoyed a spectacular evening at the Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum on November 19th..


Thanks to the generosity of many companies, organizations and individuals, there were well over 1 00 items in the Silent Auction. The 150 trip raffle tickets were sold out before the event date and the Bourbon Pull was extremely popular. All six of the unique Painted Pets were adopted and went to wonderful homes.

T hank you to all who attended Petcasso 2016 and for your support of Pets In Need!

Painted Pets

Volunteer Spotlight  

Jan Hughes and Susie Guggenheim outdid themselves with the Petcasso 2016 Silent Auction! Special thanks to the entire committee including: Barb Lichten stein, Sheryl Beyersdorfer, Mary Pat Pace, Lexie Stevenson, Pam Ziermaier, Betsy Findlay, Suzi Maynard, Carol Bonner, Martha Ferrante, Cindy Jackson and Holly Mott.

Special thanks to P. G. Sittenfeld for being the emcee for the evening. 
Holiday Donations!

A giving heart can start at a very young age. One young man named Will visited the clinic with his mother so that he could donate the pet food and cash that he had collected for his birthday, in lieu of gifts for himself.  And another 11 year old, Madeline, also collected pet supplies and money for her birthday.


The Cincinnati Hills Veterinary Clinic sent general supplies and a cash donation.   


Many others have provided in-kind donations throughout the holidays. Thank you all for your heart-felt generosity!
Pet Safety Through the Holidays

puppy safety
While the holidays are often called 'the most wonderful time of the year' they can actually be the most dangerous time of the year for our pets. With the holiday season in full-swing, Veterinarian and Pets In Need volunteer board member, Dr. Jack Walkenhorst discusses holiday hazards for your pets to avoid.

Visit the Pets In Need website for information.
Clinic Cuteness

Clinic cat Doodle loves to help out at the clinic. Although her primary role is to meet and greet our clients and patients, today she is keeping the printer warm.

Please note: the clinic will be closed on December 23, 26 and January 2 in observance of the holidays.