What is in the air? Not one, but 2 c-sections performed here yesterday! Henley is the akita mom with 5 puppies, and golden mom (Maddie) had 3 puppies. Don’t miss our hospital cat Annie in the background of the 1st pic checking everything out (always has to be part of the show). Congratulations families!!
HUGE thanks to For The Love of Jack Rescue and our VEC Donation Fund! Willow is only 3 years old, and just had surgery to remove a hairball lodged in her intestine. Her owner was only able to raise a portion of the funds for her surgery, but through collaboration with For The Love of Jack, we were able to get the funds together to save her. Thank you to everyone who donates to help our furry friends!!
Couldn’t resist snapping a picture of Trevor here! Poor guy came in with a big swollen jaw and was found to have an abscess. He had to have a head wrap placed to help with drainage, plus we thought he would look great with this little accessory!
She is an 11-year-old German Shepherd who came in Thursday night exhibiting signs of the dreaded “bloat”, also known as GDV. Her signs were subtle, but fortunately her owners brought her in anyway and she was able to get the surgery necessary to untwist her stomach. She is recovering well so far and hopefully will get to go home tomorrow. Best wishes Keisha!
Couldn’t resist snapping a picture of Haley here, all snug in her bed. Sending HUGE get well wishes her way!!
Thank you everyone for making THIS possible! Charm and her beautiful babies are all doing well.
Just received a generous donation to our VEC fund, in memory of Rusty Piechocki, a much beloved Welsh Corgi. Our thoughts are with you, and thank you for your support!
This little girl could use your help! Her name is Shay and she is 13 weeks old and less than 4 pounds. Another dog in her household got too rough yesterday and fractured her lower jaw. Miraculously, despite puncture wounds on the top of her head and on her chin, as little as she is, she has no evidence of head trauma or other serious injuries. We were able to stabilize the jaw last night, but she needs to see a surgeon about permanent repair. Her owner has some funds available to start the process, but worries she won’t have enough for surgery. If you are willing to donate towards Shay’s recovery, you can donate by clicking “DONATIONS” on the banner top right and we will pass the funds along. We take get well wishes too! Thank you!
Sadie needed an emergency c-section earlier this month, as a little female pup was blocking her birth canal and didn’t want to come out. That little girl was in serious shape as we could see via ultrasound that her heart rate was getting dangerously low. We went to surgery quickly and were able to save all the puppies- 7 in all! Her owner just shared with us these awesome pictures of all of them thriving. Great job Sadie!
Cash here has beat all the odds- he was diagnosed with a tumor on his spleen in August, and unfortunately, the vast majority of splenic tumors in Golden Retrievers are malignant and aggressive. However, after 4 months of Cash remaining asymptomatic, his family decided to pursue surgery to remove the spleen. His ultrasound and bloodwork revealed no evidence of systemic disease, so he had surgery last weekend. He is recovering remarkably well, and his biopsy came back today- it is a type of lymphoma that may be localized to just his spleen, in which case, his prognosis is good! Congratulations Cash and family! You deserved the good news!