- ''Is it me...or does that shadow from the garden flag look just like a BIG ''Scottie''
- Badgit, an Australian Cattle Dog, better known as a red heeler, belongs to Dr. Eastman. They got together in Montana when both were on the road and all alone. She rode in the truck during ranch calls, and helped move cattle when asked. She can see a cow kick coming for a mile, then she'd look at Doc and crack a smile. She's made him proud though the dust and rain, the bust and the gain. She's walked every mile Doc's ridden, and through thick and thin has been the best friend a fella could have. We will miss you terribly Miss Badgit!
- Corndog came to Dr. Silver in Virginia. Someone dropped her off at Dr. Silver's practice. She had a large knot on her back leg, which turned out to be Osteosarcoma. Her rear leg was amputated and we adopted her. Because most dogs with Osteosarcoma don't live very long, due to the aggressive nature of the cancer, we expected her to be with us for 3-6 months. We only hoped to give her a good quality of life for the remainder of her stay here. That was 3 years ago and she's still raring to go! She is also the poster child for Corndog's Critters, a small fund we have for stray and unwanted animals. You can donate to the fund when you stop in. That fund pays for veterinary expenses for those unwanted, but still loved animals that happen our way.
- Jake is another adopted unwanted dog. He came to Dr. Silver during her internship at the University of Georgia. He had been a hunting dog and was shot while hunting. The man that brought him in decided that Jake wouldn't make a good hunting dog anymore, so Dr. Silver took him in, and amputated the leg that had been shot. From sitting in the corner trembling, scared of his own shadow, to the charmer he's become, Jake is our old friend that loves attention from anyone with a willing hand.