Jack was brought to the Roane County Animal Shelter dangling his front leg. It was believed to be from an old injury from possibly being hit or run over by a car. Upon having x-rays, the vet suggested removal of the leg for the best quality of life. Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue took a chance on Jack and agreed to pull him into their program and have him all fixed up. We sponsored his leg amputation, and now he’s a happy little tripod and no longer in pain.
Kane found himself at the Roane County Animal Shelter, dejected and neglected. He also tested positive for heartworms. Shelter staff reached out to Halo’s Second Chance Animal Rescue who gladly took him into their program. We had the honor of sponsoring his heartworm treatments and neuter for $280. Monthly heartworm prevention would have been so much easier on Kane and everyone else involved in his care!
Bugsy was pulled from Roane County Animal Shelter by Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue. The vet noticed he was dragging his back legs. He was found to have a herniated disk in his back. He remained at the vet and had laser therapy and physical therapy as well as his vaccinations. He did regain some use of his back legs, but does use a wheelchair to get around. We were honored to sponsor Bugsy’s vet care.
It isn’t difficult to tell that Finley has not had the best of days. He had been severely neglected before he ended up at a local shelter. Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue gave him a darn good second chance when they took him into their program. We had the opportunity to sponsor his initial vet visit, which included basic services for $125.
Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue was contacted by Roane County Animal Shelter when an owner came in to surrender seven dogs! Helping Paws Animal Network provided funds for all seven dogs in need of basic vetting! Basic vetting typically includes exams, rabies vaccinations, and heartworm tests. Coco, Chaco, Dominic, Halo, Jacoby, Jeep, and Lincoln deserve a second chance, and we were happy to help them!
Angel was surrendered to the Roane County Animal Shelter by an elderly lady who could no longer care for her. Angel had two very serious seizures and, because of the wonderful Halo’s Second Chance Animal Rescue, Angel got a second chance. She was taken to the vet, where we sponsored her bloodwork and seizure medication. She will be adopted into a loving home, and her condition will be managed, allowing her to live out her life in happiness and wellness.
Elly from Young-Williams Animal Center, Panda from Anderson County Animal Shelter, and Frances from Roane County Animal Shelter, all with different medical needs, found their way into safety with Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue. We helped with Elly’s mange treatment, Panda’s initial vetting, and Frances’ leg surgery. All of these babies will be adopted into loving homes when they are fully healed.
Little Miracle was eaten up with mange when the Roane County Animal Shelter contacted Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue for help. She was immediately taken to the vet and treatment began. Treating mange is a long process, but Miracle is fighting alongside her medicine. We paid her $224 bill.
Young Williams Animal Center contacted Halo’s Second Chance Animal Rescue when they received a puppy who needed to be bottle fed. During this time in rescue, Elly developed an upper respiratory infection and needed an antibiotic. The sneezing and runny nose did not clear up, so she was given a second round of medicines. The rescue group contacted us to sponsor the $53.90 bill. Elly is now well and beginning to thrive.
Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue was called by the great folks of the Anderson County Animal Shelter to come to the rescue of a mom dog, Tulip, who had just delivered six puppies at the shelter, which is no place for newborns to be. They immediately went into foster care and then a bit later to the vet for services including puppy shots, dewormer, testing on Tulip, and health certificates. What an honor to help this little family at Christmastime!