success stories

Ben

Ben

Ben was hit by a car and suffered lung trauma. He had both bruising in his lungs, and as time went by he started to develop a collapsed lung (medical term called pneumothorax). 

Lilly

Lilly

Lilly was first diagnosed with kidney and bladder stones a few years ago. She had surgery to remove her bladder stones. Unfortunately, surgery to remove kidney stones can be very dangerous and usually is only done if the stones are going to obstruct the kidney. Sadly, this was the case a couple years later for poor Lilly, and she had to have a stent placed in her ureter at the specialty center. All was well again until recently, when she came in lethargic and in pain.

Reunited!

Reunited!

A Good Samaritan came in this morning with two stray labs, the two had no identification on, but luckily both were microchipped. The entire process of scanning the microchip, locating the owner and returning Canon and Nelly to their dad all took less than 30 minutes! 

Zoe

Zoe

Zoe had had quite the journey with us! Zoe was flown to us from Halo Animal Rescue in Arizona. She had a broken jaw and was in desperate need of a dental procedure. Dr. Kevin Knighton donated his time and expertise to repair little Zoe. While Dr. Zann and the All Valley Animal Care Center team cleaned up her mouth and helped rehabilitate her. 

Kermit

Kermit

Kermit came to us a few weeks ago because he was restless at night and just didn't seem to quite be himself. 

Mary Lou

Mary Lou

Mary Lou is an 11 month old Boxer puppy. She came to us many months ago after being hit by a car and suffering severe head trauma and a fractured pelvis. She has had multiple surgeries and month of aftercare she is finally ready for her forever home.

Audi

Audi

Poor Audi fell about 30 feet off a ledge while hiking with her family. 

Zoey

Zoey

Did you know All Valley has endoscopes? In the photo below is an x-ray from Zoey. The bright curvilinear structure in her stomach is an end-on view of a piece of a tennis ball she swallowed. 

Bear

Bear

Here is Bear on the day of his final suture removal- a triumphant day for all involved! Several months ago Bear somehow got his skin caught on an unknown object and came home with a massive wound on his side.

Sassy

Sassy

Sassy was such a brave, sweet patient, which is why we can’t believe anyone would be cruel enough to shoot her with an air pellet gun!