Dr. Vic graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. He graduated in the top 5% of his class and received several major awards for companion animal care. After completing his internship at the renowned Oradell Animal Hospital in NJ, he practiced for 2 years in Stamford Connecticut, and then returned to his home town area to practice at The Mahopac Animal Hospital, where he has been practicing since 1998. He has been described by his clients as having a wonderful Dr’s “Bed-side Manner” and “a true blessing to his patients”. Dr Vic regularly volunteers at the Putnam County Humane Society Rabies Clinic. In his spare time, he loves spending family time with his wife Denise, his 2 young daughters Olivia and Sophia, and pets “Ned,” “Arnold” and “Pokito”.
Easy targets against fallen snow, wolves can be gunned down from airplanes or chased to exhaustion, then shot at point blank range. Since 2003, more than 1,000 wolves have been killed by aerial gunners. It’s a brutal practice, captured here in this video.
National Friends of Animals Chamber of Commerce® – NFACC About NFACC NFACC is the only national project specifically dedicated to expanding the economic opportunities and advancements of Animals’ Friendly business community. Seeking new opportunities for community advocacy, specifically in the economic arena, the NFACC was created as the exclusive project for certification as a Animals’ […]