Five month old Willow was playing with a housemate dog and began limping shortly after. She refused to bear weight on her right front limb upon presenting to our Emergency Service. Once evaluated, Willow was internally transferred to the Surgery department for a suspect leg fracture. After qualifying for the Angel Fund, Willow underwent surgery […]
IMPORTANT: CHANGE IN EMERGENCY HOURS 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 […]
Goldendoodle Bowser was first seen at VREC for right pelvic limb lameness. Less than a month later, he returned for similar issues happening on the left side. After an evaluation by our surgery department, our staff discovered Bowser was suffering from two cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) problems: a full rupture on the left and a […]
Oakley’s owners brought their nine-month-old pup to VREC via the emergency service after they felt something just wasn’t right. After reviewing his parent’s concerns, Oakley received radiographs. They revealed Oakley’s stomach and intestines possibly contained foreign material. Once qualified for the Angel Fund, Oakley was transferred to our Internal Medicine department and an abdominal ultrasound […]
VREC awarded two noteworthy technicians special accolades.
Due to our dedication to the community and to our family of dedicated doctors, technicians, and client service representatives, VREC will be temporarily adjusting hours of operation for the Emergency Service.
Golden retriever Bentley Blue’s primary care vet referred to VREC after several instances of vomiting which included foreign material. A curious pup with a history of ingesting non-food items, his owners grew worried about the frequency of vomiting. After being admitted through our Emergency service, it became apparent Bentley needed the expertise of the Internal […]
After a routine ovariohysterectomy (spay), Mastiff Rena was sent home to recover. Over the next few weeks she began experiencing recurrent vulva prolapse. Prolapses occur when part of an organ slips forward, down, or out of its normal place in the body. After several non-surgical attempts to correct the problem, Rena was transferred to the […]
VREC proudly announces the addition of Dr. Daphne C. Clendaniel VMD, MS