HELPING PETS, HELPING PEOPLE
zacky the yorkie, miracle of sight March 2014
The 5 year old Yorkie developed diabetes and then cataracts that made him functionally blind. Zacky's owners reached out to the Shamrock Animal Fund and got the help they needed to pay for surgery at Cornell University's Veterinary College.
The spring north side Clinics on the Assumption Church campus served 300 pets. Pet owners patiently waited for two hours for their opportunity to have their dog or cat vaccinated, examined and treated by volunteer veterinarians.
A summertime doggy nuptials raised thousands of dollars for the Shamrock Animal Fund. Helena and Glen Axelrod hosted the garden 'wedding' for Tiger and Sconset. Guests generously donated while enjoying the festivities.
more stories from shamrock animal fund 2010 - 2014 April 2014
We will soon be adding to our story collection from some of our favorite cases of helping pets and helping people from across the Central New York region.
The Healthy Pet Clinics served 150 dogs and cats at the 3rd Clinic of the fall season. About two dozen pet owners brought their animals back for booster vaccinations after receiving care at the earlier Clinics at St. Lucy's.