Kingman Animal Hospital deserves to be recognized for their contributions to this community.
My mother and I adopted a loving boxer, whom we named Jaws, when I first began high school at Kingman Academy. She was the most loving, energetic and goofy dog we had ever had the pleasure of considering family.
Jaws watched me grow up, through high school and college, at the same time we watched her grow and blossom into the most loyal companion.
My mother and I lost Jaws on March 27, and Kingman Animal Hospital was there to ease the discomfort.
Dr. Erika Angone was always so lovely to visit, as she knows what it is like to have boxers in the family. Every visit was a welcoming reunion, and you could sense how comfortable she made Jaws.
Upon Jaws’ passing, Kingman Animal Hospital took the time to console my mother and I, sending us a loving note that Jaws and the family were in their thoughts.
Without Dr. Angone and the entire Kingman Animal Hospital crew, I am not sure Jaws would have enjoyed her visits as much, or would have been as well taken care of as she was when she was with us.
Thank you for all that you do for this community, and the love and care you provide for each animal and family that you encounter.
Maria and Monica Burres