Janine: To the owners of the dog I killed this afternoon.
2 days ago you surrendered your senior dog to a high kill shelter with his hind end paralyzed. You told the staff that you didn't know what happened to him. And then you left.
I was contacted about your dog, asking to help. I named your dog Stallone, because I didn't know his real name.
I couldn't pet your dog, because if I tried, he would attempt to bite me. I didn't blame him.Read More
Don’t forget to buy you tickets NOW for the Nuova Speranza event presented by Dillsburg Veterinary Center on April 28, 2017 at the Lodge at Liberty Forge in Mechanicsburg.Read More
Our very own Handsome Hugo visits and comforts the patients at Fox Subacute Care.Read More
We were contacted about him a few months ago after he was seized by Animal control.
After picked up he was taken to the shelter to be killed. Luckily, we were contacted and were able to help save this boy. Marvel is not only handsome, but he has a personality to boot!Read More
Update on our boy Marvel, from down south. His coat is growing in, he’s gaining weight and his wonderful spirit is emerging. Take a look at this transformation!Read More
Our lovely lady, Miss Frizzle, is out of surgery and doing fantastic! With those giant tumors gone, her energy has gone through the roof! All she wants to do is run! ...And snuggle, of course.Read More
Shirley Temple came home from the vet yesterday- and I sent her to Amy's house. Hoping she would have a few more weeks under her belt.
Sadly, she didn't. She whined and paced all night. She was at the point that she could not even swallow.. the cancer had completely taken over her body...Read More
Big boy, Nick, made an appearance at HOT 93.5 today! Here’s what they had to sayRead More
Sadly, I don't have the best news to report... The lymph nod biopsies shows she has advanced stage lymphoma....
While her prognosisis is poor- she is currently in happy spirits. Dr Amber has put her on a new medication that has reduced the swelling in her neck- so she is eagerly eating on her own.Read More
Janine: We got a call yesterday regarding a very sick dog - the owners could not care for her any longer so she was surrendered to us.
She is currently at Dillsburg Veterinary Center. They are running tests to determine what is exactly wrong. At this point she is stable but her prognosis is guarded....Read More
Janine: We got a call from Corporal Spada at the Pennsylvania State Police yesterday.
It was regarding a situation that sadly happens far too often.
It was regarding a puppy that was very loved and part of a family, however the young couple were in over their heads. They just had a new baby, and sadly, income was very, very tight.Read More
We were contacted about this boy. A woman spotted him chained in a yard in South Carolina. Thankfully, the ACO showed up and got him out of there the next day after the owner didn't comply with seeking vet care. But, he still wasn't out of trouble until a rescue stepped up to take him...so we did.Read More
Janine: Just leaving vet with miss Frizzle. Dr Pryor and staff were very impressed with how much better she is doing. She was romping around the exam room like a playful pup!Read More
Janine: A volunteer snuck this picture of me and Miss Frizzle sleeping last night. 😂😂Read More
A comprehensive Animal Cruelty Bill, which includes LIbre’s Law, is headed to the House Judiciary Committee for vote. Please call your state reps and ask them to support H B1238.Read More
Good morning, from Miss Frizzle...
We both slept like babies. I woke up a couple of times to make sure she was OK - and she was curled up in a ball sound asleep.Read More
Janine: I woke up this morning to a voice mail from the clinic. Frizzle has taken a turn for the worse.
She has developed a severe case of pneumonia...
I was in hysterics. An emotional mess. I just prayed she made it through the night. I just wanted to hold her one more time.Read More
Janine: Hello , from Miss Frizzle 😘
She is remaining at the vet clinic to keep an eye on her fluctuating temperature. Once it is consistently normal she will then be able to come to the rescue.Read More