Dear Dr. Yavuz,
I received a letter from Ms. Kochevar at Tufts University informing me of you and your staff’s gift to the Dr. Stanley O. Travis Fund in memory of my dog Molly. I cannot express to you the degree of emotion your gift means to me. As I’m sure you could see, Molly was more than a pet to me during the time we shared together: a true friend in good times and bad, a calm and wise companion who had patience when I needed it and the ability to always see each new day with the possibility of the two of us having fun together. I was always grateful for the help you and your staff gave her when she was in your care and truly grateful for the joy she could continue to give me because of that wonderful care.
It has been over 3 months since her passing and the sorrow is still with me. I have decided though that it may be time to find a new canine friend, not to replace Molly, but perhaps to continue to experience what we can sometimes only learn from a dog, unyielding loyalty and unending friendship bound by love.
I was very impressed with the staff on the way they answered my questions on the subject of finding a new vet. Very friendly and also gave me a tour of the Medical Center. They (your staff) treated me like a person, not a dollar sign like …. does.
My dog Sasha seemed to like the staff also. Her visit must have been a plus as she was very calm after she got home. The other place was always a negative visit.
Thank you for a great visit.
Very nice personal service – you guys are doing great!
All of your staff is very friendly and very helpful. Thank you for all the suggestions to help train my puppy.
Everyone was very nice. I plan on bring my pets back to the Animal Medical Center of Bel Air.