Westside Animal Hospital

Westside Animal Hospital


🖤Echo Update🖤

🩸Our sick little baby is visiting the wonderful Westside Animal Hospital today to recheck bloodwork and get an exam to try and help determine if she is stable enough to wait for her evaluation appointment at the specialty vet on Dec 2nd.

📉She continues to have mornings where she seems a little puppy like, but then progressively dulls throughout the day. Her foster says in the evenings she is like a tired little puddle. She has been having some incoordination as well.

💞So much love to Adventures of Columbo and his Beeps for helping us with fundraising for her lifesaving procedure!

🐶 Since we don’t have much else to report on, here is a photo of her with her foster brother. She really is a little peanut.

🙏🏻Please consider donating to help give her a chance. There is no such thing as a donation too small. There are no words to express our gratitude for any help.

💰PayPal: http://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pittieposse
💵Venmo: @pittieposse

🗣If donating isn’t feasible for you right now, please consider sharing this post
🖤Echo Update🖤

💊 She has a little more energy this morning after being on her special prescription diet (thank you S**o Veterinary Clinic for the donation), and her medication (thank you Westside Animal Hospital for rushing her refill when we learned she was all out).

🪞For transparency sake, at the time of this post, we have raised about $2,000 out of the $10,000 we need! THANK YOU! We still have a ways to go, and it is crucial we raise this money as soon as possible, incase she has a medical crisis!

🏦There’s a GoFundMe to help explain what is going on with her. Also, for her supporters see some of the progress that is being made:

If you’d prefer to donate directly to us, to help us give her chance at a long, happy life:
💰PayPal: http://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pittieposse
💵Venmo: @pittieposse

🗣If donating isn’t feasible for you right now, ansother extremely helpful way to help is sharing this post’
It takes a village to save dogs.

We’re incredibly lucky for not only the medical expertise, and professionalism Westside Animal Hospital, our main Veterinary Office, provides. The entire staff is passionate, kind, and caring.

A situation arouse where, instead of performing a requested behavioral euthanasia on an exuberant young dog, they took custody of her.

Their amazing trainer is working with her, and we are trying to help her (and them) find her forever spot in this world.

Unfortunately we are very low on open fosters at the moment. If you are interested in helping, even if Beanie isn’t the dog for you, please apply to foster/adopt to help be the change.
💔Brynn was found in NM with a broken off rope/cable around her neck, she was infested with ticks was in terrible shape, and so so afraid.

🦷Then, once she safely arrived in Maine her amazing foster quickly noticed something was amiss with her teeth!

🏥We got her into our beloved Westside Animal Hospital as soon as possible for a dental procedure, where they removed TEN painful, broken teeth. They also found clear evidence of past trauma on both of her front paws, and a longterm deep skin infection.

💓Despite all of this, she is still the sweetest girl, with soulful, hopeful eyes!

🧚‍♀️Unfortunately for us, the tooth fairy apparently doesn’t accept dog teeth, so any donations towards her care yesterday would be helpful!
💰PayPal: http://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pittieposse
💵Venmo: @pittieposse

🏠Also, please share, to help us find Brynn the forever, loving home she so deserves!

🏴‍☠️On this episode of WWWW (What’s Wrong With Winnie) we have: Ulcer on her eye & possible entropion. Our girl is looking like she needs a pirate eyepatch y’all

👁 In all seriousness, she has woken up a few times this past month with an irritated eye, but it would chill out within hours of her foster noticing it. On Monday it was doing it again, but didn’t get better. Our incredible Westside Animal Hospital checked her out and discovered the ulcer and prescribed some eye ointment….and her booboo balloon again so she can’t paw at it at make it worse.

🐣 It’s unclear at this point if as she is growing, her eyelids are turning inward and causing damage to her eye, causing the ulcer…or if the ulcer came first and she irritated her eye pawing at it. Classic chicken or the egg, amirite? If it is entropion, our girl is going to need yet ANOTHER surgery to ensure her longterm comfort…

🦿Either way, she’s still a happy, silly little girl, who is getting around slightly better! Physical Therapy for her legs starts next Friday!

💸Please consider making a donation to help her upcoming rehabilitation bills (and potential next surgery). Every dollar helps. Every share helps. Thank you 🖤www.paypal.com/paypalme/pittieposse

🛑Note: We are not accepting adoption applications for Winnie at this time. She likely still has substantial medical work and healing ahead of her and we’re focusing on that.

❤️‍🩹Our sweet little house hippo is out of surgery and resting comfortably. She an entire slip lead, some fleece/fabric pieces, and some unidentifiable items removed from her stomach. She was also spayed and had a hernia repaired in the process.

🏥 Shoutout to the Westside Animal Hospital team for taking such great care of our girl! We’ll have her bloodwork re-checked soon to follow up on her anemia as well!

💸Please consider making a donation to help with our constant influx of veterinary bills: www.paypal.com/paypalme/pittieposse

😞It was confirmed today that our sweet Winnie has to have ANOTHER surgery…

💉A few weeks ago she had some routine bloodwork for her pain medication done, and we learned she was anemic. We continued to monitor this with our trusted Veterinarians Westside Animal Hospital. The anemia kept slowly getting worse. X-rays were recommended, and we discovered Winnie had eaten something metal. Further x-rays later revealed it is NOT moving from her stomach. We’re concerned whatever metal is in there is not only causing irritation, but breaking down in her system.

🗓 She has been on very strict crate/pen rest since before her orthopedic surgery. We’re assuming this has been in there for a LONG time, especially since her previous owner neglected her legs for months, and then wanted to euthanize her at 6 months old.

😖We’re drowning in vet bills still, but Winnie has come so far….She JUST got out of her bandages. Surgery is confirmed for tomorrow morning.

Please consider making a donation* to help with our past, and future extensive veterinary bills: www.paypal.com/paypalme/pittieposse

*Paypal is easiest for us to access the money immediately, and it does not take as much of a percentage as some of the fundraising pages. Every dollar helps. Every share helps. Thank you 🖤
🦛Winnie Update 🦛

🤞🏻Little Winnie is doing ok! She has an appointment next week with her surgeon at Maine Veterinary Medical Center to see she can downgrade from a splinted bandage, to just a soft bandage.

😕 Unfortunately, her most recent routine bloodwork showed some strange abnormalities. Her wonderful doctors at Westside Animal Hospital are going to run some more tests to try and find out what is going on

☀️Luckily, our sweet ray of sunshine is acting normally! Her foster says she is still very happy, a little naughty, and very silly!

🙏🏻 Please, please, please consider donating so we can continue to support Winnie with whatever she needs. Any amount helps, and is extremely appreciated, seriously. Between her ongoing care, Dumplin’s massive dental, and some unexpected bills we’re searching couch cushions for coins (and only coming up with dog hair)

🛑Note: We are not accepting adoption applications for Winnie at this time. She has substantial medical work and healing ahead of her and we’re focusing on that.
Over 2 hours later, Dumplin’s dental is done 🥺
This poor, sweet dog is the definition of this breed.

After looking in her mouth, it’s pretty suspect something malicious happened to her.

Whether someone filed her teeth down, she was locked in a crate and chewing on bars, or both, or worse. The amount of pain she had to have been in was insane.

Not to mention her eyes, for which she had surgery two weeks ago...
And for her to STILL be such a sweet love, is insane.

Because of the roots exposed and the rotten teeth/roots she had 22 teeth removed today.

Huge shout out to Westside Animal Hospital, and our beloved Dr. Savage, Stryker, and team, who took such good care of her.

Any donations to help pay her bill today are gratefully accepted here:

Huge thank you to Dr. Copp, Dr. Savage, and the entire team at Westside Animal Hospital for continuing to support Winnie during her recovery!
This bandage change theme: Spring time! 🐝🐞🦋🌷
What theme should we ask them to do next?

....The person who’s idea they pick may get a special something 😉

🦛Reminder: We appreciate everyone interested in adopting her now/in the future, however, we are not entertaining any placements at this time. She has quite a ways to go for a happy, comfortable future, and we are putting our resources into that! Please consider making a donation towards her (and other dogs in our care) ongoing expenses:

400+To spay a 6mth.old kitten , absolutely ridiculous , since the new vet took over, prices have gone through the roof, so hasn't bedside manners, nothing like driving customers away and a business into the ground with prices,.
Winnie arrived in Maine on Saturday, and we immediately got her in to see our trusted veterinarians at Westside Animal Hospital.

😭There we learned that her medical issues may extend further than just her front limbs.

They ran some bloodwork, and put her on some pain medications to help with her comfort, but it was decided that we should focus most of her care at the specialty hospital.

Luckily, we preemptively made her the first available appointment, even before her arrival in Maine.

We are anticipating sedated x-rays, potentially a CT/MRI, at MINIMUM.

She obviously is in need of extensive and immediate care.

This little girl has already dealt with this pain for too long, we don’t want to have to put off any treatment she needs due to finances.

🙏🙏🙏 Please help us ensure she has the best outcome possible, as soon as possible.

💓 If you can contribute to her extensive medical needs, please donate here: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pittieposse

💓 If you'd like to send her a gift for her care or recovery time, here's her wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3QJLOYA7RIN4C...

NOTE: we are NOT accepting adoption applications for her at this time. She has substantial medical work and healing ahead of her, and we're keeping her until she's fully healed.

Westside Animal Hospital is a full service companion animal hospital. Westside Animal Hospital in W. Cumberland, ME is a full service companion animal hospital.

It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. Our services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventive care for young, healthy pets; early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages; and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime. We are a growing hospital that is accepting new clients.

Operating as usual

Photos from Westside Animal Hospital's post 03/09/2022

The award for the best dressed dogs, definitely goes to these two beauties!😍


BooBoo is a patient of ours that has been missing for a while. If anyone has seen him, please contact his owner. He is microchipped. Below is the contact information from the original post.


***Please continue to keep an eye out for BooBoo and call Gail right away at 207-657-4179 or 207-405-7947 if you spot him***


We just wanted to send a friendly reminder, that all dogs will need to be on a leash when attending appointments. The leash should be on when exiting the car, walking across the parking lot, entering the building until you enter the room. When in the room you may remove your leash. Cats should attend all appointments inside of a secure crate or on a fitted walking harness. Please keep your cat harnessed or crated up until you are in the closed exam room. Thank you all so much.


Feeling good!

We have current openings for daycare and training clients . Give us a call today to book a meet and greet.

Photos from Westside Animal Hospital's post 03/02/2022

Our daycare dogs had so much fun outside in the snow today! Do you have a dog that loves the snow? Call or email us to schedule them a day at daycare! At Westside we have created a safe, fun environment where your dog can play confidently. Not only is our daycare program run by a certified professional dog trainer, but it also operates out of a veterinary facility, offering you complete peace of mind that your pup is in good hands 🐾


Westside Update :

🐾We are currently working on some renovations in the clinic. We hope you like the new color changes in the hospital! We are so excited to show you all the new projects we have in the mix 🎨 🖌 👩‍🎨

Photos from Rarebreed Veterinary Partners's post 02/28/2022

So very proud!


Happy Sunday 💜 can’t wait to see all of our furry friends tomorrow!


We are open today, and will remain open until 12. We also wanted to let you know that we have a new phone tree system. This system will allow you to call and place medication, food and daycare requests via voicemail. As always you may reach out via text at 829-4090 or email, [email protected]. Stay safe and warm today.-The Westside Team

Westside Animal Hospital updated their business hours. 02/25/2022

Westside Animal Hospital updated their business hours.

Westside Animal Hospital updated their business hours.


We have some exciting news 🗞

🐾 Westside now has a new automated phone system. This means you can leave a voicemail for all medication and food requests. Please allow 24-48 hours for all prescriptions to be filled and 7 days for food prescriptions. We hope this helps with all your four legged needs 💜

PS. Don’t worry- you can stay on the line and one of our lovely CSRs will help you!


Spring is almost here, and we are working on some renovations to our space. We can not wait to share our new look with you soon. Stay tuned.


Break through temperature days, means that fleas and ticks can become active. Please stop by for your monthly flea/tick prevention to keep your fur babies protected. 💚💚💚


Now available, a convenient and affordable 5-day doggie daycare pass! It’s just $170 for one dog and $280 for two dogs! Our doggie daycare is safe, fun, clean and comfortable. Pups in our care receive lots of attention, exercise and plenty of opportunities for socialization.

And coming soon: Puppy Play and Train, a great new option for puppies joining daycare for just $45! Give us a call today at (207) 829-4090 to sign your pup up for five days of fun!


We have opened up our schedule on Feb. 24th for more technician appointments. If you need boosters, or any other services please give us a call.


One of our favorite senior cats came in for a visit today. ❤ If you find yourself needing top quality senior care, give us a call and book your appointment today!


Now adding a new surgery day to the week!😀


We will be closed from 12-1 today for a brief staff meeting.


Archie would like to wish you an early Happy Valentines Day!


For the safety of our staff and clients we will be closed today. We will reopen for appointments on Saturday ,Feb 5. Thank you all so much, stay safe and warm.

Photos from Westside Animal Hospital's post 02/03/2022

Many thanks to our client Deana, who has the most amazing fur family. It really made our morning to open this email today 🥰❤


Westside Daycare will be closed Friday, February 4 ,due to impending weather. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.


We wanted to update our clientele of a recent change in procedure. In order to continue offering in-person vet visits, we would like to limit the amount of people in exam rooms to 2. We continue to request that anyone attending visits wear a mask. We thank you all very much for your understanding and patience.


Our office will be closed Sat. 1/29, due to impending poor weather conditions. Please be safe and warm ❤🐾❄


Due to the impending weekend storm, we would kindly ask that you plan to order medication in advance and pick up food if needed.


We always have room for new puppy patients and first visits 💖

Photos from Westside Animal Hospital's post 01/20/2022

How was your day?


This guy does not need 5G, he’s got all the bars! 😍😍😍


Our daycare staff is never short on snuggles.

Photos from Westside Animal Hospital's post 01/14/2022

The future's so bright! Now offering laser therapy!


Our office will be closed Saturday, January 15th. Please plan to pick up medications prior to the weekend.


Now accepting new dogs in our daycare program, as well as new patients for the hospital.


We love our Dr Savage!💖

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Feeling good!
Doggy soccer!!!
We love all our boys (and girls)!



172 Gray Rd
Cumberland Center, ME

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 6pm
Tuesday 7am - 6pm
Wednesday 7am - 6pm
Thursday 7am - 6pm
Friday 7am - 6pm
Saturday 7am - 2pm

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