Almost Home Animal Rescue asked us to help with medication and testing for these three little ones: Candy, Berlioz, and Oliver. Candy was found in a bush and was terrified. It took rescuers about a half hour to coax her out. She ended up with a botfly larvae in her neck. Berlioz was found as a stray all by himself in the middle of nowhere. Oliver’s owner finally surrendered him, stating that he has seizures, and she couldn’t afford him. He came in lethargic and blood dripping from his nose. He is doing so much better and went in for his check up.
Oliver was featured in our blog a few weeks ago when he was taken in by Almost Home Animal Rescue, and we sponsored his initial vet needs. He was near death at that point. After good vet care and our sponsorship, Oliver was finally well enough for vaccines and, most recently, neutering. This photo is such an improvement from the first photo we posted a few posts back. He’s doing so well and is now ready for a new home – one where he will be cared for and loved for the rest of his life. We are so glad to be a part of Oliver’s success!
Oliver was so sick that he was dripping blood from his nose. A friend of the owner put out a plea for rescue to save his life because the owner could not afford his desperately needed vet care. Almost Home Animal Rescue stepped in and took him immediately. Oliver was very sick. We sponsored his initial care and needed medication, and we stand ready to sponsor additional services when he is well enough! Just look at him before rescue, and then how much better he looked after just a couple days of medication and supportive care!
Oliver was found by a kind gentleman who was picking up empty cans on the side of the road. He initially thought Oliver was just a dead dog in the ditch but as he got closer, Oliver’s head popped up, and he started whining. The man scooped Oliver up and brought him to the Campbell County Animal Shelter. He believed Oliver had been hit by a car due to his injuries. Oliver couldn’t stand or walk and had some mouth injuries. Once at the shelter, he was immediately taken to Jacksboro Veterinary Services for evaluation and x-rays. It was determined that he had been shot in the mouth and leg, not hit by a car. After a ten day stay at the veterinarian, Oliver is back at the shelter to finish healing. We were able to contribute $300 to the vet bill.
Senior Dog Lodge & Animal Rescue (SDL) took in Sophie, Mya, Oliver, and Olivia after it had been confirmed that they were abandoned in Morgan County. Their owner had the gall to move and leave all of them, plus puppies belonging to one of them. Unsurprisingly, some of the dogs had parasitic disease. We sponsored antibiotics and vaccines for these beautiful animals.
These two precious babies were abandoned at the Campbell County Animal Shelter. Thankfully, a rescuer was there at the time! They were extremely frightened, but after being held and loved for a period, both dogs melted in her arms as if at one point in their lives someone loved had them. She pulled them into her Mad Dog Rescue immediately and had them to the vet within a week. We were called on to assist with their veterinary care (vaccines, parasite tests, and altering), which we were happy to do!