Maurice Maeterlinck said, "The dog who meets with a good master is the happier of the two." Well, on Wednesday, May 9th, 2012 at The Harmonie Club, 4 East 60th Street, New York, NY The Animal Medical Center of New York (http://www.amcny.org) will hold its Fourth Annual, Living Legends Luncheon. This event will honor those pets whose lives have been saved through The American Medical Center's highly-skilled team approach to veterinary medicine making the veterinary team second to the bonus of a dog's good master.
Now the history of The Animal Medical Center goes back to 1906 when Ellin Prince Speyer founded the Women's Auxiliary to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Ellin and her colleagues developed their organization as away to supplement the activities of the male-dominated ASPCA. It was this branch of the organization that would become The Animal Medical Center. Now, after a long history of struggle, by the 1980's the AMC had begun to set itself apart as an institute of higher learning as well as a place to care for these animals. In addition to medical care for animals the center also sponsors regular lectures and seminars and clinical training programs for senior veterinary students, visiting veterinarians, and animal health technicians.
So if you are a pet lover or a would be pet lover and want to continue to insure the best possible care and research for these little ones then click HERE and buy a ticket for this great cause.