These girls were dumped in a rural Tennessee county where there is no animal shelter. They were starving, lethargic, riddled with worms, and covered in fleas and ticks. We sponsored their veterinary exams, vaccines, heartworm and tick borne illness tests, and dewormer. As soon as they are healthy enough, they will be spayed, microchipped, and ready for adoption!
Buster and Rascal were abandoned in a rural area and left alone on a Morgan County Tennessee property after the owners were evicted. They were found living under the abandoned house. They are reportedly the only ones left from a litter, the others having succumbed to starvation or coyotes. At Risk Intervention (ARI) took the dogs in and asked us to help cover their exams, vaccines, testing, and neuters. ARI covered their deworming, microchips, and flea/tick/heartworm prevention. Now, they are on their way to Great Pyrenees rescues!