Donner Creek Veterinary Clinic

5950 Robinson Road
Lockport, NY 14094

(716)625-4111

donnercreekvet.com

We Support These Organizations

We are proud to support the following organizations because of their commitment to excellence and leadership within their communities.

 

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Meals on Wheels for Pets
Communicate & Play Dog Training
Bull Terrier Club of America
Canine Companions for Independence
United States War Dogs Association

  

Meals on Wheels for Pets!

Meals on Wheels for Pets

According to the Niagara County Nutritional Program that manages Meals on Wheels, 380 daily meals are currently served in our community.  However, this falls short of meeting the needs of their cherished pets. Meals on Wheels recipients often share their meals with their beloved pet, but this selfless act actually means that both receive less.

Our goal in establishing Niagara County's first Meals on Wheels for Pets program is to provide quality nutritious meals for their furry friends, thus enabling everyone in the home to receive proper meals every day.

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Communicate & Play Dog Training

Communicate & Play Dog Training

Do you wish your dog would listen better and behave when you go out for walks? Are you proud (or embarrassed) when company comes over? We can help you with your dog so that your life is easier. Get your puppy off to a good start NOW. Don’t wait for problems. And never think that your dog is too old to learn.

If you want Competition Obedience, start your dog now in one of our Competition Obedience Classes that emphasize Focused Attention. Your dog will learn more quickly if he is paying attention to you. These classes range from Beginner (Novice) through Advanced (Open and Utility).

Conformation/Handling Classes are also offered, taught by an AKC Judge.

If your dog knows the basics, we also have a large variety of sport/game/fun classes to drain of some of that excessive energy. A physically tired and mentally stimulated dog is a happy dog. This leads to happy owners.

We have a fully matted; climate controlled Training Facility with plenty of parking. It is easily accessible to all areas of Western NY.

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Bull Terrier Club of America

Bull Terrier Club of America

The BTCA Rescue Support Committee was formed in 1995 to financially help regional bull terrier clubs with their rescue expenses. The BTCA board recognized that many regional clubs did not have the funds to support rescue. The BTCA board felt they had a responsibility to the breed and to the regional clubs, as the parent club, to assist with funding.

Regional clubs are on the front line of rescue. They are the ones looked upon as caretakers of the breed. It is through their commitment, that bull terriers in need are rescued, rehabilitated and placed. Fortunately, for bull terriers, there are also individuals who assist with rescue that are not close to a regional club.

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Canine Companions for Independence

Canine Companions for Independence

The Northeast Regional Center of Canine Companions for Independence provides highly trained assistance dogs to children and adults with disabilities in 13 states including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Massachusetts, Rhode Island,Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

Since opening in 1989, the region has placed 559 Assistance Dogs and more than 294 of these teams are still active.  In July of 2008, the Northeast Region moved into its new 11-acre, 39,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, The Miller Family Campus.

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US War Dogs

United States War Dogs Association

Military Working Dogs have been used by the U.S. Military since World War I. American families donated their dogs to the military to aid our troops during wartime. Dogs, along with their volunteer handlers, trained in teams as scouts, trackers, sentry, mine/booby-trap/tunnel and water detection of hostile forces. Dogs were used in WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq.

It has been estimated that these courageous canine heroes saved over 10,000 lives during the conflict in Vietnam.

Today all branches of our Armed Forces are utilizing Military Patrol Dogs specializing in Drug and Bomb/Explosive detection. There are approximately 600-700 of these canines in the Middle East in such places as Kuwait, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and Iraq. They are being used to patrol Air Bases, Military Compounds, Ammunition Depots and Military Check Points. They are guarding and protecting our Military Personnel as they were trained to do, with Courage, Loyalty and Honor.

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