Mercy Care

Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center believes that all pets deserve to have a good life.

First Mercy Care patient Spud

Each year, as a part of our Mercy Care Program, we provide medical care to injured homeless and abandoned pets that have no owner to help them receive the medical care that they so desperately need.

Many of the pets being helped through our Mercy Care Program have been rescued by good Samaritans from the side of a road – having been abandoned after falling out of a truck or hit by a truck or car and left to suffer and die. Most have severe, painful, and disabling injuries that will, most likely, require extensive surgery and rehabilitation.

 

Through our Mercy Care Program, we are committed to helping these pets by providing the orthopedic surgeries and physical therapy they need to restore the function and mobility they lost when they were injured.

Our goal is to help these pets regain as much normalcy as possible, so they can successfully be placed in a loving and caring home.

As a result of our Mercy Care Program and the commitment of our Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center staff, the many pets we have helped over the years now live in the comfort and security of forever homes and have a more active and healthy life.

  • American Animal Hospital Association Accredited
  • Better Business Bureau Accredited Business A+ Rating
  • We accept CareCredit