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“He could barely walk, yet he would greet me with his tail wagging every time I saw him,” Herrin said. “Getting to see him heal and eventually get ad- opted made me so happy.”


Due to the widespread damage and the severity of the storms, many of the animals brought into the clinic were admitted as strays. Every animal, with the exception of the few that are still waiting to be reunited with their families, have been returned to their owners or placed with new ones. “It’ so fun to see them reuniting. The owners will start crying and the dogs go crazy. That makes it worthwhile,” Dugat said.


In the grand scheme of things, Dugat and Holbrook both acknowledge that


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their part in tornado relief was a very small, yet very important, piece of the big picture.


“Knowing that the little bit we did meant so much to these families that lost everything,” Dugat said, “that is a testament to the fact that each little thing you do can absolutely makes the day of someone in a tough situation.” Both doctors are in agreement when it comes to their hopes for the future of this program.


“For us to be able to build an animal emergency relief program is really our vision,” Holbrook said. “We have the infrastructure as far as knowledge, vol- unteers, and capable hands that gives us a unique opportunity to build the structure and gain the support to make something like this possible.” To support this vision, visit www.cvhs.okstate.edu and click on the Animal Relief Fund button.


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