For Immediate Release – The closures or limitations of primary care veterinary clinics during the COVID-19 crisis have led to nationwide emergency services facing an unprecedented increased caseload. The cascade of patients from primary veterinarians to emergency services has stretched resources and capabilities while increasing staff burnout. Due to our dedication to the community and […]
Meet our newest Angel Fund recipient! Buster! Buster was diagnosed with a Tibial Crest Avulsion Fracture due to a slight fall. Since Buster is a growing pup his bones are not fully mature. Growth of bone is the result of new bone being added to the ends of bones by growth plates. However, it is […]
Peter Williamson Lodge #323 honored VREC for the services donated to the Scranton Police and their canine unit.
Buddy is an 8-year-old male chihuahua that came to VREC unable to urinate. He was diagnosed with urinary tract stones blocking his urethra (tube leading out of the bladder) and without immediate medical intervention, Buddy would have died. Thankfully, Buddy qualified for the Angel Fund to provide his responsible owners with the needed financial support. […]
Meet young Barack, a Shiba Inu puppy! Little Barack was outside on the porch and managed to sneak onto the steps and fell off the last one. Unfortunately, he fractured his upper forelimb and needed surgery to repair it. After some rest and restrictions, Barack will be off to getting into mischief again as, his […]
Meet Kaiser, an 8 week old beagle mix! This little guy was run over by an ATV and suffered from significant damage to his lungs and also had a fracture to to his lower hing leg. He was a perfect candidate for our Angel Fund and the doctors went to work on treating this little […]
This is Jax Approximately two years ago during a spay/neuter release program, he was left behind, and was found wrapped up in a car tarp. He was so tiny! Some wonderful people (his current owners) brought him home and gave him lots of tender loving care. Jax was welcomed into his new home by the […]
This is Venus, a 10 year old Doberman Pinscher. Venus had to have a mass removed along with an ovariectomy (spay). Venus recovered well from the surgery and is happy to be back home with her mom.
This is Bear who’s mom and siblings were all adopted by a wonderful person when Bear’s mom gave birth on their porch. As Bear and his siblings grew, ‘they took wobbly little steps into their owner’s hearts, with Bear leading the way.’ At just under two years of age, Bear had the misfortune of having […]