Say hello to Hank and Myrtle, Mayfair Animal Hospital’s bull and cow! Our unofficial mascots of the hospital, Hank and Myrtle, are hanging on the wall in the front lobby! Take a peek at how cute they are:
Cows are members of the sub-family ‘Bovinae’ of the family ‘Bovidae’. This family also includes Gazelles, Buffalo, Bison, Antelopes, Sheep, and Goats.
- A cow is a female animal that has had at least one calf.
- A heifer is a female animal that has never had a calf. Once a heifer has a calf, she automatically becomes a cow.
- A bull is a mature male animal that is used for breeding.
- A steer is a male animal that has been castrated.
Our Hank is a “bull”. Myrtle is a “heifer”.
Hank and Myrtle get to see all the clients and patients that come in. Stay tuned for their adventures here in our front lobby!