The One-eyed Buffalo

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Farewell 2020, hello 2021!

I hope this message finds you having experienced a wonderful holiday season, and looking forward to a prosperous New Year! We are very grateful we have been able to continue to provide great medical care, and facilitate some miracles along the way, because all we want to do is be of service to animals and their people, like you. We are working hard, every day, as usual, to hone our skills and offerings. That means we are looking into purchasing new equipment, interviewing new staff, adding different types of massage as treatment options, building client educational handouts, and generally preparing for another busy year.

One very exciting piece of news that will mean much to all you Doc fans is that his long-awaited book has finally been published! Doc Gurney’s book, The One-Eyed Buffalo, is now available in paperback and e-book versions for you to order from Amazon. Immerse yourself in 32 stories that are a tribute to Doc’s ingenuity and dedication to animals. This is a book for all ages for your friends, your family, and yourself. Get ready to sit back and put your feet up and enjoy the incredible tales of Doc Gurney’s days as a veterinarian in Wyoming and Colorado. And as always, please continue to share with us YOUR miracle healing experiences with Doc! We are compiling many of the most intriguing and astounding cases of his (and ours) that we can one day share. For example, just yesterday I spoke to a gentleman who has had airedale terriers for 47 years. During that time not one but two of his dogs were miraculously cured.

One went blind, and after treatment by Doc regained her vision for the rest of her life. And the other dog of his was completely paralyzed who had to be carried into the hospital, and after one acupuncture treatment by Doc, walked out the door! These stories continue to amaze Dr. Tam and me every day. So just know you are never bothering us, we always want to hear about the amazing miracles and just plain funny stories about Doc. We wish him well and hope he writes many more books (this one about medical cases, hint-hint) while enjoying a peaceful retirement. We miss having you around Doc and are grateful for all you taught us, from me, Dr. Tamara, and the staff.

More amazing news for an exciting year, we are currently working with a production studio to have our own pet reality show, right here in Conifer! Of course, filming all the episodes will take some time so you are not likely to see them on television until next year, but, it’s good for our clients to know to not be surprised if you are asked to sign a release for the film crew, especially on the house and ranch calls. And if something like this sounds fun and exciting to you, please don’t hesitate to give us a call, as filming already started at the beginning of January. We want to showcase to you and your interesting and/or unusual animals that we can help with either conventional and/or holistic medical care. If you have been thinking of getting acupuncture or herbs for your llama, horse, pig, or just any animals, and you always wanted to be on TV, now is your chance! In the meantime, we will continue to answer your questions via a YouTube video on our channel, The1DrQ.

Therefore, don’t hesitate to ask if we can make a custom video for you, at no charge of course, because if you want to know, so do 100 other people. Whether it’s about why we recommend the diets we do, how to home cook for your pet, give injections, or how acupuncture works, if you want to know, we would like to help you to understand. We truly enjoy interacting with you, animal people like us, so that together we can make life better for more animals. And then of course that fits in nicely with the mission of the ResqRanch, that through education, ending the need for shelters and rescues, in the first place. Follow us and the ResqRanch on Facebook so you will be the first to know when we offer FREE classes this year. May 2021 be a year of new beginnings and new possibilities. Our hearts go out to all those who lost loved ones last year until we meet them again.

With much hope and blessings for a new year to you all! Dr. Q, Dr.Tam, and the Crew of Aspen Park Vet and the