Date: November 2022   Category: Latest News

Remembering Eli

Anyone who has experienced the loss of a pet knows they leave paw prints on our hearts forever. “Eli” Rusk,...

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Date: May 2022   Category: Latest News

Keeping Families Together: Tootie

This spring Tootie, a two-year old, 11 pound terrier mix, was attacked by a much larger dog. The attack left...

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Date: April 2022   Category: Latest News

Helping Porkchop

Tara is an Iraq veteran whose life was permanently changed when a roadside bomb hit her patrol vehicle in 2006,...

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Date: May 2021   Category: Client Stories

Keeping Families Together: Cynda and Lucy Belle

When Cynda’s emotional support dog passed away last year, she was heartbroken. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cynda...

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Date: May 2021   Category: Client Stories

Keeping Families Together: Sherry and Moki

It was just a few days before Christmas, and Austin resident Sherry N. was concerned about her young dog, Moki....

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Date: February 2020   Category: Latest News

Pet Spotlight: Seamore

Sheryl M. adopted Seamore, a Yellow-naped Amazon Parrot, in June of 2006 when Seamore was just 17. Yellow-naped Amazons have...

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Date: November 2019   Category: Latest News

Rusk Veterinary Assistance Grant: Chelsea

When Michelle lost one of her Weimaraners to dilated cardiomyopathy, her remaining dog, Max, was inconsolable. It wasn’t until she...

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Date: July 2019   Category: Client Stories

Rusk Veterinary Assistance Grant: Helping Harley

Kim and Toby H. had just recently paid for their daughter’s open-heart surgery when they received the news that Harley,...

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Date: May 2019   Category: Client Stories

Calling All Heroes!

Fearless Fern Everyday, TVMF is called on to help pets in need through the TVMF PALS program and our Rusk...

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Date: February 2019   Category: Rusk Veterinary Assistance Grants

Rusk Veterinary Assistance Grant: Princess Padme

James G. and his dog Padme moved to Houston in August 2018. They were still getting settled into their neighborhood...

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