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Registered veterinary technician Jen Nugent, 30, is leaving the Family Pet Mobile Veterinary Hospital at a Marlboro Township home where she an veterinarian Dr. Julia Morrow are giving two patients, 11-week-old Bernese Mountain pups their first wellness checks on Thursday.
Dr. Julia Morrow and registered veterinary technician Jen Nugent are giving Smokey, an 11 week old Bernese Mountain dog his first wellness check in the Family Pet Mobile Veterinary Hospital in Marlboro Township Thursday.
Veterinarian Julia Morrow (left) is introduced to Cheyenne, a Bernese Mountain dog being held by registered veterinary technician Jen Nugent. The women, who operate a mobile veterinary clinic dropped by the Marlboro Township home of Crista Hostetler on Thursday.
WASHINGTON: It’s not too late to get moving: Simple physical activity — mostly walking — helped high-risk seniors stay mobile after disability-inducing ailments even if, at 70 and beyond, they’d long been couch potatoes.