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August 24, 2016

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November 20, 2013
November 18, 2013
Dr. wright.This is Steve&Sharon La Clair of gold canyon,Az. We've known you since 2007.You were more than just our vet for our beloved bunnie Bingo II.You were a great friend who talked with me(steve) about our bunnie and about OTHER thing's. Our bunnie was going threw hell with his teeth and other problems. You and Dr. Johnson helped.ALOT. After 12 surgeries,Bingo had a tumer in his head and was coming out of surgry and he coded out and you did EVERYTHING to try and save my bunnie/BESTFRIEND Bingo. When I showed up to pick up Bingo, you gave me the bad/hard new's of him passing away.You gave me all the time I wanted to be with my bunnie/bestfriend after he was gone.And you helped me threw all the pain and suffering also. 1 month later we got 2 new bunnie's, Snoppy & cupcake. You meet them and fell in love with them as we did and your lovely staff did and still does. Snoopy & cupcake are 3.5 years old now and are doing good.Since knowing you, you've helped me threw alot. I just found out about your passing.You passed away 2week's after my dad did back in Wisconsin.I lost my bunnie,dad and now you.Hopefully your ALL together smileing with one another.I'll alway's will remember you, our talk's and your friendly smile. Thank you for all your help with Bingobunnie II and me. Steve. Will miss you as much as my bunnie. Take care. Thank u.
November 7, 2013
I knew Kevin when he was doing his externship at Miami Metrozoo. He was an amazing vet and personality! I also took my personal pets to him. He was the only one who got it right as far as my spaniel's ear infection. I spoke to Kevin years later when a good friend of ours passed away too soon as well. Unfortunately I was the first to call him and share this sad news. He ended up being the one to deliver the eulogy. I'm sure he and Damien Kong are sharing more reptile stories again. Kevin was always one of those folks that you remebered and remembered with respect and a smile. My best to his wife.
November 6, 2013
It's a month now that I know of Dr Wright's passing and like the writer below, the idea that he's really gone still just short circuits in my brain. Had the universe gone haywire that unthinkable day? Dr Wright is the last person who should have been taken early from this world, as he enjoyed it so much and spread that fun and joy around to everyone. I don't think I've ever seen writings in a condolence register like these here; or known another person who will be so missed by so many.

I've known Dr Wright for about 4 ½ years but I had the privilege of seeing him often during the last year, as one of my gerbils developed a dental problem and needed her teeth clipped every 10 days or so. He made me and my little pets feel important, providing expert care while regaling me with stories about his wide-ranging interests, everything from the Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem and the controversies around Zwarte Piet to Steampunk and Star Trek, to the bird or bunny he had just treated, or, on occasion, he would show me photos of interesting frogs and lizards and tell me about them, always coming with a smile, a hug and infectious enthusiasm. He often mentioned Marlene, and this last year I got to meet her. They were both with me the day we finally had to put little Mientje down.

I'm going to miss Dr Wright's invigorating presence, his encyclopedic knowledge, the ease of reaching him, the security of knowing he would always be there for my pets, all the threads of conversation so unexpectedly cut short, the elements of both whimsy and warmth added to my life.

It is my hope that I will not have to miss Marlene.
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