Case: 2 year old American Bulldog
Charlie was tragically hit by a car early in the month of December. Dedicated family rushed Charlie to his family veterinarian where he was stabilized. There further diagnostics revealed the severity of his injuries. He was then transferred to the Specialist as directed by the family veterinarian.
The surgical team found that Charlie had suffered a severe pelvic fracture. He needed surgery to achieve full healing and to preserve his quality of life. The dilemma for the Charlie's family was the cost. With the financial aid from Vet-i-Care and compassionate caring doctor's Charlie was able to receive the specialized surgery he needed!
Charlie is home, mending and able to be a part of the family that loves him!
The Baker family had Riley since he was 8 weeks old. This cute little dog's personality was demonstrated by his vocal, playful loving ways. So when Riley became quiet, withdrawn and began straining to urinate the family knew something was seriously wrong with him.
Riley's family immediately took him to his regular veterinarian where diagnostic tests were performed. The tests revealed a serious life threatening blockage that was obstructing Riley's urination. With the condition being so dire, Riley was sent onto the Emergency/Specialty hospital where he could get the care he needed.
There the emergency team determined that Riley needed a special surgical procedure called a Cystotomy to save his life. The Baker family loved Riley very much but due personal medical issues of their own and job loss this life saving procedure seemed financially out of reach.
Learning about Vet-i-Care, the Baker's applied for and received the financial assistance that would allow Riley to receive the treatment he so desperately needed to save his life. With Vet-i-Care and the Surgical Specialist in alignment Riley went to surgery where the Cystotomy was performed. Riley is healing and doing great at home.
We are thrilled to know that Riley and his loving family will have many more happy year's together.