Introducing Honey, the therapy dog
At Nicklin Way Veterinary Surgery we are passionate about making a difference in the lives of both animals and people. One heartwarming endeavour that holds a special place in our hearts is our support for Honey, the therapy dog for endED. Drs Doug and Hazel Gray, along with our dedicated team, are committed to ensuring Honey’s well-being. Honey is training to become a vital part of endED’s House of Hope, a residential treatment and support facility for people battling eating disorders.
Our commitment to Honey goes beyond words. Aitken Legal facilitated the donation of Honey to endED and hosted the Giggle Ball. This was a fantastic event that not only brought joy and laughter but also raised an incredible $141,025 for endED. This net figure, inclusive of the funds dedicated to Honey’s training and support, will play a pivotal role in expanding endED’s essential services.
Our support for Honey, the therapy dog
Honey will receive the best care at Nicklin Way Veterinary Surgery. Vaccinations, intestinal worming, heartworm preventatives, flea and tick preventatives, and desexing are heavily discounted for the first 12 months. Following on from this initial period, Honey will continue to benefit from discounted veterinary services. Our goal is to ensure that Honey thrives as the happiest and healthiest therapy dog she can be.
endED House of Hope
Honey has an adorable demeanor and will be an invaluable source of support for patients and their families at the House of Hope. We eagerly anticipate witnessing Honey’s growth and development as she brings comfort and companionship to those in need. Our journey with Honey is a testament to our dedication to the well-being of animals and our commitment to making a positive impact on the community.
Nicklin Way Veterinary Surgery is proud to stand beside Honey, supporting her journey to becoming a beacon of hope and healing for those affected by eating disorders. Together, we strive to create a world where the power of love and companionship transcends the challenges of illness, one paw at a time.
Written by Tracy Jeffrey