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It’s no secret that we love our office dog here at Advanced Wellness Solutions.
He brings joy to our staff and patients.
William the Shih Tzu
Our front desk Kyle and his PIC (Partner in Crime) William the Shih Tzu.
William joined the office crew in August of 2018.
William spends his lunch breaks staring out the front door.
He’s waiting for patients to arrive.
When new patients arrive, William stays behind the glass door in the front desk area.
Being behind a glass door doesn’t dampen his enthusiasm for new and existing patients.
William loves being our office dog and our patients love having him here.
William was trained on office procedures and policies by
Wanda the Super Senior Pekingese
Wanda is pictured above sitting on Kyle’s lap.
Wanda was a super senior when Advanced Wellness Solutions opened in November of 2019.
As such, patients were used to seeing her sleeping in her carrier as she took
frequent work naps. Since she was a rescue, we don’t know exactly how old she was.
What we know for sure is that Dr. Danielle adopted Wanda August 26th, 2012.
At that time the Halifax Humane Society guessed her age at 9 years.
When she was “surrendered,” she had just finished weaning a litter of puppies.
At the time, none of us knew what an awesome office dog she would turn out to be.
She began coming to the Jensen Beach office where Dr. Danielle previously worked while undergoing treatments for oral melanoma. She was diagnosed in February, 2018 when a mass was found in her mouth during her annual teeth cleaning. Oral melanoma is a rare and aggressive cancer. The initial diagnosis was that she had 150 days to live. Dr. Danielle and Wanda decided to fight the cancer. Fortunately, Wanda won. She went into remission and lived 3 more years thanks to Dr. Evan Sones, DVM, MS and the staff of Animal Cancer Care Clinic.
She considered herself to be the office manager everywhere she went until her retirement in April, 2021. She passed away on June 5, 2021. She will always be missed.