The Pups are Growing
In September of 2019, Bluegrass Care Navigators introduced three new puppies for their animal-assisted therapy program: Sampson, Rosemary, and Grace. Over the past few months they have grown and have learned new skills. Recently, they have become greeters at the BCN office.

Soaps for all
What was once a hobby has now been turned into a business for those at Wagging Tails Soaps. Two years of soap making for fun, friends, and family, has now turned into a business providing soaps tailored to both pets and humans. Visit their facebook page for info.

New Vet Services in Hamburg
Cat and dog owners in the Hamburg area now have a new option for routine vet care. VetIQ is now available in the WalMart on Grey Lag Road. It is a wellness center with licensed veterinarians on site who can do testing, preventative care, and lab work. VetIQ is not an emergency veterinary service.

Photo courtesy Amy Wallot

New K9 facility
The Lexington Police Department has opened their new K9 Facility for the “pup” force located near Old Frankfort Pike and Alexandria Drive. It is 4,000 square feet and is named the Roy H. Mardis Canine Center.



Mar 6     Tails & Ales, 7 pm, The Campbell House

Mar 8     Adoption Day with Lexington Pit Crew, 2 pm, Hollywood Feed

Mar 14   Yorkie Meetup, noon, Southern Barker

Events may require tickets or registration. Times, dates and locations are subject to change.



This article also appears on page 26 of the March 2020 print edition of Hamburg Journal.

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