Success Stories

The Garner house may be divided when it comes to football, but one thing they do agree on is where to seek state-of-the-art veterinary care for their cherished pet,
Little Feet.

Mary Francis Garner didn’t hesitate to call on Auburn when her 12-year-old golden retriever developed a large mass on his head in May of 2010. Little Feet was diagnosed with a skull sarcoma and treated by the Auburn oncology team led by Dr. William Brawner.After completing radiation, Little Feet is back to his “old self” and living a full and active life with his owners.

Regardless of who you support on the gridiron, the winning team for veterinary care is Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. What more can we say?
Even “they” think so!

The Garners were featured in a series of ads appearing in Auburn Football Illustrated promoting Auburn University's news Wilford and Kate Bailey Small Animal Teaching Hospital. See the ad series here.