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December 2017
Happy Holidays from HEAH! We're excited to enter this festive time of year with all of you. We had a great time at our annual Photos with Santa. Thanks to everyone who came and provided a donation as well. 
When the year winds down, we make it a point to reflect on the blessings we've had in 2017. Our biggest blessing is, and has always been, the clients we serve every day. Thank you so much for supporting us for over 30 years and letting us be a part of your and your pets lives. As we ring in 2018, know how much we appreciate you and how much we look forward to serving you in the year ahead.
We are closed Tuesday, December 12 from 12:30 - 3 pm
The office will be closed for a staff meeting on Tuesday, December 12 from 12:30 - 3 p.m. Phones will be turned to our answering service during this time. We will resume normal hours and phone operation after the meeting. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for being understanding. 
Top Ten Dog Names of 2017!

The top ten male and female dog names for 2017 have been announced!!
And the top three have human names!! Male- Max, Charlie, and Cooper. Female- Bella, Lucy and Daisy. For the entire list go to

Save the Dates:
January 2018
January is Senior Pet Awareness Month. Get more information in our next newsletter!
February 2018
February is 
 National Pet Dental Month
Pet of the Month: Meet Maurice!
Eliza, one of our clients, was on Facebook and came across a post from a woman in Algonquin who had been feeding a stray cat since July and was searching for its owner, with no luck.  She made several attempts to place the cat into an adoption facility where he could be placed in a foster home but they all told her they had no room due to the holidays.

With winter fast approaching her last option was a shelter. She did not feel like placing him in a shelter, so she thought someone would adopt him by making a post on Facebook. Eliza was interested in adopting him. Eliza went and picked him up and brought him to our hospital for an exam. During every initial pet examination, we scan the new pet to check for an existing microchip. It was during this exam that we found his microchip number. We were able to obtain that the microchip was a Petlink Microchip and it was registered to Second Time Around Animal Rescue. We then called Second Time Around Animal Rescue they said that the owner had reported to them back in the summer that he had gone missing and his name was Maurice! 

Check out the full story on how a microchip helped reunite Maurice and his owner  here! Thanks to Tina for sharing this story with us. Miracles and wishes do come true!!

Happy Holidays from everyone at Hoffman Estates Animal Hospital!

Photo: Benny and Dr. House a.k.a. Santa Claus
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