To qualify for funding, you must be able to show proof of financial need and your pet must require emergency care. It is not for elective procedures such as spaying, neutering, or dental cleaning. It is also not used for routine vaccines and exams. For further information, please contact our office.
Thank you, Judy. You are missed.
Dear Family, Friends and Supporters of the Judy Dring Fund;
I want to thank you all for your generous donations in memory of Judy. She continues to live on in our hearts. The donations continue to come in through the mail and are greatly appreciated. We have also established a donation box in the waiting room for the Fund.
I am sorry it has taken so long for me to get back to you about where the donations are going. There are two pictures on this letter of dogs that the Fund has helped. First is Reign, a German shepherd puppy. He came to us after getting hit by a car. The owners were considering euthanizing him due to lack of funds. We were able to provide some financial help to the owner to get bandage and splint changes so his leg did not have to be amputated. Due to the growing process at which time the accident happened, his leg did heal crooked. However, he was able to keep his leg and he is a very happy, energetic dog.
The second puppy is Buttercup. She is a 4 month old English Mastiff puppy. She was brought in to be euthanized. We asked the owner to sign her over to the hospital instead. The owners agreed and we took her under our wing. She was born without the head of her femur. This is the long bone of the hind leg that connects with the pelvis. With help from the Judy Dring fund and other contributions from the hospital staff, she is under consult with the orthopedic surgeon to have her leg fixed. She has also been radiographed, spayed, vaccinated, medicated and dewormed. She has touched our hearts completely. I have purchased a collar, leash and cot, for her sleeping comfort, out of my own personal funds. Judy would have really loved her. Buttercup’s personality is as big as her heart. We may have a home for her with a veterinary technician who works at two animal hospitals and has one other dog at home who is looking for a play mate. We will all be very sad to see her go, but are excited she will have a full life in a loving home.
I will do my best to continue to keep you updated where the Funds are going. I can’t thank you enough for your continued donations. I know Judy would be so happy to know the lives she is saving. I miss her as I know all of you do. She truly is an angel.
Dr. Diana Cannan