Ms. Fancy Pants went to Sweetwater Valley Dog Rescue after being rescued from a hoarding case in East Tennessee. She was undernourished and had not been cared for. She appeared to have mammary tumors, which necessitated a thorough exam. We sponsored her exam, spay surgery, vaccines, dewormer, and heartworm test. She is now living up to her name!
Weezer was found along the dangerous curvy road called “The Dragon” without a single soul in sight. She ended up in the possession of a resident in Blount County who could not keep her. Sweetwater Valley Dog Rescue took in Weezer and asked us to cover her basic vetting. We paid for her testing, spay surgery, vaccines, and dewormer. She will soon be up for adoption.
Sister Odell was living in squalor on a short chain and without proper housing. Thankfully, her owner did not want her anymore, and she was taken in by Sweetwater Valley Dog Rescue. We paid for her vaccines, spay surgery, heartworm test, microchip, deworm, and monthly prevention. She will go on to live an amazing life – one that she deserves!
Nebo has a sad story. His name was Dog. Not only did his owner not give him a proper name, but he was keeping Nebo on a short chain in Blount Co. with a tarp for shelter. He obviously didn’t want Nebo and threatened to shoot him. Sweetwater Valley Dog Rescue saved the day and took in the hound and gave him love, a name, and proper medical care, which we sponsored for $112. A small price to pay for such a great dog. Nebo will be adopted out to a great home in no time!
Doc was surrendered by his owner. To keep him from spending time at the shelter in Anderson County, Sweetwater Valley Dog Rescue (SVDR) stepped in and saved him. We helped them get Doc all vetted up and ready for adoption. Our $88 contribution paid for Doc’s neuter, vaccines, microchip, and one month of preventions.
Beagle Baylee came into Sweetwater Valley Dog Rescue (SVDR) from Anderson County via Spay Anderson County where she was surrendered by her former owner. It would appear that Beagle Baylee may have been used as a brood female for breeding purposes. We paid for Baylee’s remaining vet needs. She will stay with SVDR until she has been successfully adopted. She may also be a candidate for USDA airport search dog!