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.
Smidge was pulled from a high-kill shelter by Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue. This “pocket pittie” was diagnosed with heartworms. We paid for the treatment and hospital stay for a total of $258.06.
Hans Solo and Notorious B.I.G. were pulled from high-kill shelters by Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue. They both had heartworms, which is a second death sentence. We paid for these boys to get well by sponsoring their treatment.
Maui was rescued from a high-kill shelter by Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue. She has heartworms and would have been euthanized with no chance of escape if not for them. They asked us to sponsor her treatment, which was $205.87. After her rest and recovery period, Maui will be available for adoption.
Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue pulled Kiri from a high-kill shelter. She was very pregnant, and the shelter is no place for puppies. Upon a vet check, Kiri was diagnosed with heartworms. Now that her pups have been born and weaned, it’s time to take care of the heartworm issue. We paid for Kiri’s treatment, which was $223. Once cleared up, she will be available for adoption.
Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue took in Chop from a bad situation where he was the product of a backyard breeder. He had what appeared to be an eye infection in both eyes, but the vet diagnosed him with entropion, which is an abnormal genetic condition where the eyelids are inverted causing the eye lashes to scrape the surface of the eye resulting in ulceration. We sponsored Chop’s surgery.
Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue (FFTBR) recently rescued Diva from deplorable living conditions in an outside kennel. They also rescued Puff, who had a terrible case of Demodex mange, from a Tennessee shelter. We sponsored spay surgeries, vaccines, heartworm tests, and microchips for these girls to the tune of $170 at the Young Williams Animal Center’s clinic. Both dogs are adoptable through FFTBR.
Fighting for the Bullys Pit Bull Rescue pulled Gemma from the Memphis shelter when she was pregnant. She delivered 13 babies! She also came with worms in her heart, which could have so easily been prevented. Now that her babies are weaned, it’s time to take care of Gemma. We sponsored her heartworm treatments, which cost us $300.