Posted on November 20, 2016
Posted on November 20, 2016The past week has been a serious financial drain on our funds.
We have taken in an elderly former service dog with large growths on the abdomen, an extremely pregnant mama dog (we weren't told about the pregnancy until we were at the shelter to pull her). She needed to go to the ER vet today. Unbelievably she's been shot at least twice.
One of our dogs suddenly became lethargic with high fever who is now staying overnight at the Vet and even more dogs have arrived needing medical attention.
In addition to the emergencies we are still gathering funds to finish the total hip replacements for several dogs.
Although we do take in healthy dogs, it's the ones who need serious medical intervention that require us to reach out to fellow German Shepherd lovers.
We are constantly asking for fosters and funds.
People alert us to dogs all over the Country on a daily basis and we take as many as we can find fosters and funds for.
Today alone we spent over $3000 for the dogs we rescued.
We work incredibly hard to make sure every dog adopted is healthy. We work diligently every day taking care of the most unimaginable medical issues behind the scenes.
Please share our medical fundraiser, please help us to continue helping the voiceless.
Funds and fosters are in very short supply. We can't operate without both.
Posted on August 18, 2016
Posted on August 18, 2016It's been a while since we posted. We have several dogs now that require total hip replacements, more heartworm dogs and are taking in more dogs as often as we can.
We have incoming pups that came from a horrible situation dumped on the mean streets of a rural town, several dogs dumped down South that will be here soon and so many medical bills its staggering.
We save all kinds of dogs. Adults, pups, teenagers. Some have known issues, some are not known to us until they arrive. Our luck hasn't been very good lately so we've taken even more with medical issues than anticipated.
We survive by donations from generous people such as yourself. Donations can be tax deductible and will help us treat not only the ones currently in rescue, but the ones we have committed to.
Please donate whatever you can to help us treat our dogs and save more.
Posted on July 18, 2016
Posted on July 18, 2016Blizzard has now been confirmed to have such severe hip dysplasia in both hips that she needs a complete hip replacements.
She unfortunately following the path of our boy Richmond.
Shes a young girl of 2 yrs that gets along with dogs and kids. She needs not only funds for her upcoming surgery but she needs a home to recouperate in. This is urgent that we find a foster home willing to help her before and after surgery.
Total hip replacements are being quoted near $9000.00 per side
Please consider helping her financially and spread the word for Foster.
We are a small rescue that has been hit with incredible medical costs.