THE LATEST AND GREATEST FROM EAH!
|Thanksgiving treats for your pets!|
|Want your pets to enjoy the Thanksgiving meal, but don’t want to deal with the upset belly that will likely ensue? Us too! As much as we love our clients and patients, we don’t want to have to see you the day after Thanksgiving because your furry family member over-indulged! Here is a healthy, pet-safe holiday treat that they are sure to love:
Scrumptious Sweet Potato Cookies (dog and cat safe!)
Feed something sweet without all the sugar; a boost of beta carotene and punch of potassium make these cookies a healthy addition to Thanksgiving dinner.
Yields: 8 servings
Calories per cookie: 14.4
For more holiday tips, how to keep your pet safe, and yummy holiday recipes, visit
|Upcoming EAH Community Projects and Events!|
|November 1st- 21st
Human and Pet Food Drive
We have so much to be thankful for, and we hope you do too. This November, we are gathering donations for needy families and animals in our area, with donations going to the Second Harvest Food Bank. Non-perishable food donations for both people and animals will be accepted for the first three weeks of the month, before going to members of the community in time for Thanksgiving!
Please consider coming by and making a donation to help support animals and their humans in our area.
Rock Hill Christmasville Parade!
Nothing starts the holiday season quite like the Rock Hill Christmasville Parade! Last year was so much fun we’ve elected to join the parade again! Bring your family out on the evening of December 4th and enjoy the lights!
Check out our float in the 2014 parade – such a great time for our staff! We love being a part of this community and are excited to participate again in 2015!
Great things on the horizon- stay tuned!
|EAH Highlighted Staff Member –
You may have seen Britany around EAH for a while, but now suddenly you see her greeting you and your pet in our reception area, checking you in and out, and answering your phone call. So what gives? Britany has been a great member of the EAH team as one of our Camp Counselors for about a year, and now she’s moved up to the position of Client Care Associate! We are glad to have her in this new position, so here’s a little about Britany!
Britany is currently a student at both Winthrop and York Tech, working towards a degree in biology. She hopes to eventually earn a business degree as well! When she’s not working or at school, she loves hiking with her boyfriend, EAH Camp Counselor Devan.
Britany and Devan are parents to a small herd of animals (like most of us!), including two rescue kitties, Pitou and Slinky, as well as two husky mixes, Koda and Nala, who she bottle fed from birth. Britany also enjoys assisting local wildlife rehabers with rehabilitating wild animals, and has rescued and subsequently released over 20 animals including birds, raccoons, squirrels, rabbits, and even a mouse.
Britany’s ultimate life goal is to open a rescue and therapy center for adults and children with special needs, exposing them to rescued dogs, cats, horses, and so on.
Please take a moment to say hello to Britany next time you are EAH and welcome her to our team of Client Care Associates!
Call us or schedule an appointment online!
Meet with a doctor for an initial exam.
Put a plan together for your pet.