Emmy came to see us for a second opinion after surgery, where a leg mass was removed. The surgery site was severely infected and necrotic. After several extensive surgeries and laser treatments Emmy is now back to her bouncy self.
My name is Charlie and my right eye started to bother me in May, 2018. My mom brought me to North River Animal Hospital and I was diagnosed with increased ocular pressures- Glaucoma.Dr. Darling said most pets initially respond to medications but need their eye removed within one year of diagnosis. Last month, my eye became resistant to the medications I was on and my eye was removed (enucleation). I am feeling so much better now!
My dad told me not to eat weird things around the house...
As I got older I wondered " why ?" I never listened and never had a problem before.
Then I ate a sock and had the worst stomach pain, had to go to North River Animal Hospital and woke up with one less sock in my stomach. I Feel much better now!
Squeaks was named by my son Jake. He chose her name because when we picked her out at the pet store she was very noisy. She has been with our family for 2 years. She gets her teeth trimmed every few months or they get too long and I have to chop up her food into tiny pieces. Her favorite foods are green peppers and celery. We love that North River Animal Hospital is able to give her great care.
November Pet of the Month.
Words from my parents:
Hi my name is Dudley and I am a six month old golden doodle. Recently, I underwent life-threatening stomach surgery and I want to thank Dr. Barnes and her staff for all the great work they did to help save my life. My parents are extremely grateful for the compassionate care I received at North River Animal Hospital and I will be forever grateful to them. I'm so glad I have the chance to share my infectious joy with everyone I meet! Love, Dudley
October Pet of the Month.
My name is Ellie, and I became very sick in June 2018. I was treated for liver failure at North River Animal Hospital and after three months my liver values are finally NORMAL!
I am doing much better and have so much energy. It was so hard to sit still for my photo shoot, but I managed with some treats. I would like to thank my mom for all her great care, she saved my life!
Spock is 10 years old and just had his first dental. He had some problems in the past with his mouth and is feeling loads better. Spock is more affectionate, has more energy, and better breath after his stay at North River Animal Hospital. This guy is doing great and couldn't be happier.
August Pet of the Month
Rudy likes snuggling with his people, riding in the car, and kissing his cat, Newt (which she hates). He is not a fan of strangers, going out in the rain, and June bugs who hide in the grass and touch his feet. Rudy used to hate going to the vet. With patient and gentle care, Saturday visits, and tons of cookies, Rudy is now a model patient. He loves to go see his friends at North River Animal Hospital. And sometimes if he is good, he gets to try to kiss Angel the clinic cat (which she hates). Rudy has decided for the next month, he would prefer to be called Mr. August. Way to live large Rudy!
This is Louie, he is a very sweet boy who has already been through a lot. He was seen at Animal Surgical Center for surgery on both front legs (medial coronoid process).After a few months Louie was able to start taking short walks. Now he is free to play with his siblings: Homer, Jackson and Rockie.
Hi, my name is Tulio. My mom and dad brought me to see the Veterinarian because I was sneezing and having a hard time breathing. I am breathing better now that I am at the "tail" end of my upper respiratory infection.
January Pet of the Month
Remy was found at the end of October and was covered in mats, especially on his belly. After two and a half hours of cutting mats out of his fur he was 95% mat free. Now Remy lives in a home with two people who love him very much. "He has brought a lot of joy to my cousin and I. I'm so happy and thankful that I was able to give him a good home."
December Pet of the Month.
Jax is a 4 year old German Shepherd who has chronic ear infections. Thanks to frequent ear cleanings and a change in food Jax is able to maintain those big ears. His parents are a key part in his success, Thank you!
November Pet of the Month