Ivy came to us after having been at another vet clinic and an emergency clinic for suspected pyometra. Her dad spent all his money he had getting a diagnosis and didn’t have enough for treatment and didn’t know what to do. She wasn’t eating and her gums were pale. He called us, and after examining Ivy, we found it wasn’t pyometra but a corn cob stuck in her intestines. She needed surgery ASAP so our team jumped in to action and Ivy is doing well! Her dad agreed to also spay her so that she doesn’t have a future risk of pyometra.
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- Community Pet Care Clinic was chosen as a winner in the 2021 Synchrony Pillar Project national contest!November 21, 2021The contest honors 20 small business owners and healthcare providers who are supporting their communities in […]
- Help us reach our $10,000 matching fundraising goal!November 21, 2021Our mission is to remove the barriers that prevent pets from getting veterinary care and we set aside $1 from […]