Dr. Peter Muller Does Another Good Deed!
The other day I was watching the news (11 Alive) in Atlanta, and just happened to catch a segment about Dr. Muller. To those of you just tuning in to my blog; he is the vet who treated Carmella in the central nervous system to cure her of distemper, and he has since cured other dogs.
In this news segment it talks about a woman who was on her vacation and accidentally hit a dog with her car. The dog was so badly injured that it would have cost more than she could afford to pay to have the damage to his legs repaired. She called in to a local radio station very upset and not knowing what to do, and somehow Dr. Muller found out what was happening and volunteered to go pick up the dog in his airplane, take him from North Carolina to Atlanta, and treat him. His practice, Briarcliff Animal Clinic has a small foundation to help indigent animals in need, and he spoke on television about the injured dog's case and a little about the work that the foundation does.
You can read the full story here; http://www.11alive.com/life/pets/story.aspx?storyid=132599&catid=79#one
Please share this with your vets and maybe Dr. Muller's level of altruism will spread throughout the field. At a time when many are hesitating to go the extra mile because of the economy or due to a growing sense of cynicism in society in general it is nice to know that this kind of dedication and kindness endures.