New Clarksville animal shelter to match area growth

There’s something about coming home each day to the unconditional love of a pet.

In our own home, we have Luigi, a Bichon Frise, and Gepetto, a Maltese-Terrier mix, and they are a joy. 

Dogs, cats … whatever types of pets you have in your home, maybe you’ll agree with me when I say, they are family.

Treating them as such is something I feel strongly about.

We, the people, exist largely to be the caretakers of other creatures and their habitats, in this circle of life. That’s what I believe.

Doing otherwise, or even mistreating or neglecting them, is a severe abdication of basic human responsibility.

A large and growing, progressive-minded urban community like Clarksville-Montgomery County has to be a leader and set an example in this arena.

Next Post

Veterinary Care Real Estate Gets Its Own REIT

Tue Aug 2 , 2022
Not long ago, the veterinary clinic sector wasn’t on the radar of most net lease investors.  But culturally, Josh Pardue, senior director, Stan Johnson Company, tells, “Americans view their pets like family members and won’t hesitate to spend discretionary dollars on their diet, health, general vet visits, and, at […]
Veterinary Care Real Estate Gets Its Own REIT

You May Like