To end the suffering, overpopulation in low-income and underserved communities with a focus on spay and neutering.
Many of the dogs we take in require a little extra love and support. Below are just some of the recent dogs in our care that require veterinary intervention to get them healthy and ready for adoption. Surgeries, medications and exams for so many dogs can be costly. We would truly appreciate if you would consider a monthly donation of even just $10 to help us continue our work.
Opie came to us with an unknown skin condition. We have been treating him for both mange and ringworm. He has made amazing improvements, and is almost ready for adoption!
Blanche is another pregnant dog we took into our care. She ended up needing an emergency c-section to save her puppies (both of which are currently in foster-to-adopt). She just recently had hernia surgery and is recovering well.
Shine has been in our care for quite some time, she has had two mammary gland tumor removal surgery while in our care. She has recovered well and is back to her sweet self!
Georgia is currently in a special foster home for her needs, after pulling her from county. In August 2020, our vet determined she suffered a spinal cord injury and herniated disk, most likely from a car accident. While she can currently use her back legs, overtime that ability may diminish. She does need to use diapers and have her bladder expressed, which leads to chronic UTIs that need to be treated.
Billie Holiday came to us in very bad shape and had to have emergency surgery right away to repair her uterus. She was taken from a rough situation, so she was also treated for ticks and had a full blood panel to test for valley and tick fever.
Willis has been in foster, undergoing treatment for Valley Fever for over 6 months now. It's a slow road, but he is doing well.
Sable recently came to us VERY pregnant and just had her 6 puppies at the end of March. She and her babies are currently doing well, but we do have plenty of standard vet check-ups in the future. Once her pups are weaned we will have her spayed so she won't have to do this every again!
Betty has had to undergo two major surgeries in our care for mass-cell tumors. After the second surgery, she did have to go to the ER, but is recovering well now.
Maxx has undergone two major mass-cell tumor removals while in our care. He also has chronic dry eye which require multiple eye drops a day.