Raven Litter Vet Exam

Dr. Hunt Tainter, Franklin County Animal Medical Center, exams a Raven litter puppy

Friday was a big day for Raven's Eclipse litter. They took a ride to the Franklin County Animal Medical Center . It was time for the puppies medical check up before sending them to their forever homes.

Raven's puppies arrived in style — in a crated wagon (they are too active to bring a group of them in unrestrained. Once in the exam room, the pups were let loose to wander around the room as they waited to be examined.

Dr. Tainter examined each puppy. Prior to the visit, the puppies had been microchipped and vaccinated. The puppies received a general check up with an examination of the joints, heart and lungs. The doctor's notes after the exam said, "Raven's Litter 11.19.2021 — All puppies with in normal limits no abnormalities at this time." Dr. Tainter also made the comment, "This is one of the best behaved litters I've seen." The puppies are off to a great start and will soon be in their new homes.

Even though, we had the puppies examined a week before they went home, the new owners of the puppies need to get a veterinary exam within 7 days to be eligible for Three-Dove's health guarantee, plus follow through with the other needed care items such as vaccinations et al.

Through out this process — pregnancy confirmation, puppy ultrasound, puppy X-Ray, prenatal care, and puppy care — The Franklin County Animal Medical Center has been great to work with. Hats off to Dr. Hunter Tainter and his staff of vets and care givers.