Our day starts with a walk to the park, breakfast and a short nap, until I have to wake-up Winnie to go to the Vet. I ask her to smell my purse because she immediately knows that it means a ride in the car, and after barking, rolling and running to the door, the adventure starts.
What Winnie doesn’t know is that we are going to the Vet. We arrive and she goes down from the car happy and relaxed, but when we get to the door… she turns back and wants to run away! like most of the pets who know there is no way out.
But at the end she is calm because she knows everybody in this place loves her, from the receptionist who greets her with a smile, the Vet. who will make sure she is fine and everyone there who are so kind.
I go to Dr. Rivera’s clinic since a long time ago. It is only minutes from the border of San Diego. Many visitors cross to “Baja” on the weekend to surf, relax and enjoy Mexican food. Some of them bring their pets and they have a blast.
I am really happy with Dr. Rivera’s clinic. He is very professional and kind with animals. You can breath love all over the place. If you visit Tijuana and the area of “Baja”, Rosarito, Puerto Nuevo and the Winery Tours, Dr. Rivera has to be in your contact list.
Traveling with your pet is super fun and even more when you have the confidence that someone can help your furry friend in case you need it. You can find more information on his website: http://doctordeanimales.info/principal/
But the best thing of this adventure, is that Dr. Rivera and I are happy because Winnie, with almost 16 years old, is doing fine (despite the normal issues of her age). Next thing to do is to ask for her appointment with the groomer at Dr. Rivera’s! which by the way, she always comes back looking beautiful!