Conrad was in a shelter where he had little chance of getting out. Thanks to Fighting for the Bullys Pitbull Rescue, he’s free! They asked us to sponsor heartworm treatment for Conrad, and it was our honor to help him get well.
Pike was rescued from a shelter by Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue. His high load of heartworms required immediate treatment, which we sponsored. Pike will remain in foster care until he is recovered and ready for adoption. We’re pulling for you, little guy!
Kiara was pulled from a shelter, pregnant and heartworm-positive, by Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue. She had her babies with no issue, and now it’s time to get this momma well. We were happy to pay for the majority of her heartworm treatment. Prevention is so much easier!
Johnny Ringo and Leon Russell were pulled from shelters by Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue. Both boys had heartworms. We sponsored Johnny Ringo’s treatment. Leon Russell had treatment previously but had complications, so we sponsored his diagnostic care and medication.
Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue pulled Caleb from DeKalb County Georgia shelter. He had a melon sized tumor, which was removed. Caleb also has mast cell cancer, but he is in remission!! Fighting for the Bullys requested assistance with Caleb’s patella surgery.
Fighting for the Bullys also pulled Ryder out of the Clayton County Georgia shelter. During his vet visit, Ryder was found to have a decaying canine tooth. He also needed neutering. We helped cover Ryder’s neuter and tooth extraction.
In all, HPAN paid $557.85 to help these handsome boys!
Holly and Christian were rescued by Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue. Holly was a new mom with a litter of sick babies. Christian was pulled from a shelter. Both needed to be altered, chipped, and vaccinated. We sponsored the needed services.
Tadpole was a shelter dog sick with a high-positive case of heartworms. Thankfully, Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue stepped in to save him. They asked us to pay for his heartworm treatment, and he’s now resting in foster care as his body fights this horrible parasite that could have been so easily prevented.
Poppy was pulled from a shelter by Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue, and she tested positive for heartworms. We sponsored her treatment.