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Fulfilling a lifelong dream.

Dr. Laney comes home to join Arenas Valley Animal Clinic. It seems Dr. Jenica Laney has an egg-bound chicken to thank for her lifelong dream to become a veterinarian. When then-Jenica Moore was eight or nine years old, her hen developed a condition known as egg-bound in which a hen is unable to pass or lay an egg. is can be a serious, even life-threatening condition. Miss Moore saved the hen, prompting her to turn to her parents and declare that she wanted to become a vet. WRITTEN BY SONNIE SUSSILLO PHOTOGRAPHED BY JAY SCOTT

Dr. Jennica Laney and animals are photographed by Jay Scott at Arenas Valley Animal Clinic on November 30, 2018. this page: Dr. Laney examines Grizz, owned by Jessica and Brian Stanford and bred by Debra and Kenny Sutton. opposite, left: Dr. Laney comforts Cricket a shy rescue mare rescued by End of the Road Ranch Horse Rescue and brought to the clinic for treatment. opposite, right: Amos the mascot “clinic dog” owned by Dr. Allred gets his check up.

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