Tag Archive | Trixie

Two Homeless Dogs Find Hope

Roxy and Trixie were surrendered to rescue because their owners became homeless. Spay it Forward East TN took them in. Roxy came to rescue obese and with paralyzed back legs. She is on a weight loss and rehab journey and will be adopted. Trixie has cancer and will remain a hospice patient with the rescue. Both of these girls needed some specialized vet care that we were able to sponsor for a total of $643.89.

HPAN Sponsors Four Hoarded Dogs for $654

The Blount County Animal Welfare Society was made aware of a hoarding situation. The dogs were chained and sickly. They convinced the owner to surrender Sissy, Gordo, Trixie, and Snowball, and then they asked us to sponsor their vet exams, testing, vaccines, and needed medication. All four of these beauties are now in New York awaiting their forever homes.

HPAN Helps Molly and Trixie with $188.50

Molly and Trixie were living outside in less than ideal conditions, tethered, and with no shelter when they were surrendered to the Blount County Animal Welfare Society. We sponsored their vet checks, vaccines, and needed meds for $188.50 so they can head to foster care and get on a path to a better life!

HPAN Helps Dixie and Trixie with $580.87

These precious pups were hit by a car in Morgan County and taken to the Senior Dog Lodge & Animal Rescue. They were rushed to the Animal Emergency and Specialty Center where Dixie was treated for head trauma and Trixie was treated for broken bones in her legs and pelvis. They are lucky to be alive and still have a ways to go, but at least they have a chance at living a good life.

HPAN Sponsors 7 Pet Path Dogs for $532.60

Life got better for Indie, Keeley, Paisley, Pepper, Pippa, Scout, and Trixie when Pet Path stepped in. Keeley was on a shelter euthanasia list with a bad case of heartworms. Indie, Scout, Pepper, and Trixie were surrendered unvetted. Paisley and Pippa were on death row at a Tennessee shelter. HPAN covered all the needed vetting at a low-cost clinic for these babies.