VREC proudly announces the addition of Dr. Daphne C. Clendaniel VMD, MS
Buttercup was first seen by his primary care veterinarian for little appetite and vomiting. After his abdomen radiographs came back with concerning results, he was referred to VREC. Because Buttercup had been vomiting, he was dehydrated. Our emergency staff ensured he was hydrated and stable before transferring him to the surgery department. Our surgery team […]
Lucky Peridot guy was found a little over a week ago at an abandoned house. His new family became concerned when he began howling and showing difficulty urinating. Our staff later learned he was experiencing stranguria, or painful and frequent small-volume emissions of urine. Our emergency staff internally transferred him into the care of the […]
VREC recently celebrated its 10th year anniversary.
To ensure the health and safety of the community, VREC is forced to cancel summer events.
Kitten Stormy was seen at VREC after taking a tumble in her home. Her owner was concerned she had sustained an injury in her back leg. Our emergency department took radiographs which revealed she sustained a fracture at the base of her femur. A cat’s femur is located between a cat’s hip and knee and […]
The impact of COVID-19 is unfolding with unprecedented speed. Out of concern for our community – you, our clients and our employees – during this public health emergency, Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center is altering operations.
20+ pound Winston presented after being trapped in a house fire. His problem list included smoke inhalation and heart & breathing concerns. He was quickly approved for the Angel Fund by our emergency clinicians and placed into our oxygen cage to help him breathe easier while a treatment plan was formulated. Once stable, Winston had […]
VREC is preparing for a Teddy Triage event and is hosting a stuffed animal drive.