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The Premier Center for Sports Medicine, Orthopedic
Surgery and Spine Care in Marin County
Robert H. Byers, MD
Elizabeth A. Dailey, MD
Lisa M. Elvin, NP
Jon R. Goff, MD
David H. Goltz, MD
Abbey Kennedy, MD
John C. Keohane, MD
John H. Kim, PA-C
Paul H. Kim, MD
Edward S. Moon, MD
Michael J. Oechsel, MD
Ernest H. Sponzilli, MD
Charles A. Stuart, MD
Brian W. Su, MD
Paul H. Kim, MD
Mt. Tam Orthopedics proudly welcomes
Paul H. Kim, MD.
Dr. Kim completed his training at the Hospital for
Special Surgery/Cornell University and the
University of Washington.
Specializing in disorders of the foot and ankle, Dr. Kim
will begin seeing consultations in August.
welcoming found, stray and surplus animals
from throughout California into their own
homes in Novato and Sonoma County. Numbers
are kept manageable, and animals, particularly
litters of kittens, are housed in separate rooms
to avoid cross-contamination.
The t wo had been working with other rescue
organizations when they decided to team up.
Gray brought years of rescue experience to the
table, while Nelson carries a veterinary technician certificate from Santa Rosa Junior College
— and each works a regular full-time job in addition to the time they put in at No Boundaries.
“We keep pretty small and concentrated
so we can have animals in and out as soon as
possible and are able to take on a lot of special
needs animals,” Nelson says. “ We recently took
in a cat that needed a liver shunt repair, and I
don’t know any other rescue that would have
devoted the time and money to this cause; he’s
100 percent normal now. It’s the success stories
that keep us going.” The duo has an active following on Facebook, consistently posting about
newly taken-in animals — “A single share can
save animals immediately,” says Nelson — and
fundraising small amounts.
Like Dog Shack, No Boundaries was born
of a passion for saving furry friends. “The
number of animals that are put to sleep each
day is mind-blowing — we’re taking about
healthy, friendly, even purebred animals,”
Nelson says. “Rescue is crucial. They benefit by getting a home; you benefit from the
reward of saving and caring for an animal.
It really takes a village: rescuers, fosters and
more. We cannot do this alone — we have to
spread the word and work together.” M