Although shelter dog, Sunny, had a large wound on her back, appearing to be some sort of burn, she remained wiggly and happy. Her name suits her. She probably wouldn’t have made it, however, if A Chance for Champ Rescue hadn’t stepped in. They contacted us immediately for medical sponsorship. We paid $298 for Sunny’s vet care and overnight boarding. She is going to make a full recovery.
Echo, Finn, Gypsy, Razzle, Gum Drop, and Sunny were recently taken in by Pet Path. Their stories vary from being owner surrenders to being found as strays. They shared a commonality of needing rescue, and that’s just what they got! We sponsored basic vetting and required medications. All will soon be available for adoption.
Smoky Mountain Animal Rescue of Tennessee (SMART) was in need of funding for the veterinary care of their sanctuary animals. In the past three months, they have been raising a litter of puppies born to a dog, Daisy, they rescued in August. When the puppies were six weeks old, one of the pups, George, was diagnosed with a genetic disease called Strangles. Fortunately, George is expected to make a full recovery, but the unexpected cost of raising a surprise litter of pups has put a bit of a stress on them financially. They were requesting a donation of $660 toward upcoming wellness exams and vaccines, which would cover up to six of their senior dogs.