RYDER (Brindle Pitbull)

RYDER (Brindle Pitbull)

 

September 20, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
ZIPPER (Cleft Palate Puppy)

ZIPPER (Cleft Palate Puppy)

 

September 15, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
SANDY ( Golden/Lab)

SANDY ( Golden/Lab)

 

September 06, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
Freckles

Freckles

When we rescue an animal, we never know how they will turn out or how long they will live with all the hardships they have endured. No animal has ever survived such a horrifying beginning as Freckles. After being dragged behind a vehicle, our dear boy was found in a dumpster in Baltimore, MD.  Animal Control was called when someone heard him moaning in pain. 

August 17, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
HANK (Redbone)

HANK (Redbone)

 

August 12, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
PLUTO

PLUTO

GADSDEN, ALABAMA.....We got a call from a Vets office in Gadsden, AL.  They needed help with a four-year-old pocket pitty that appeared to have a dislocated hip.  The Humane Society had brought him over.  Not sure what happened to this sweet pup, but he had left-sided craniodorsal hip luxation.  Unfortunately, by the time they had reached out to us, the injury was now chronic and would require a Femoral Head Ostectomy (FHO).

July 14, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
WILLOW

WILLOW

EDISTO, SC....It takes a Village to save one abused animal, but it starts with one Good Samaritan determined not to abandon an animal they have found in distress.  Sweet Willow was found near the Edisto River in a swampy area sitting beside a blanket. A Good Samaritan had to take a boat to get her because she was essentially on a swamp island. 

July 08, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
LAYLA

LAYLA

 

July 02, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
OAKLEY

OAKLEY

 

June 17, 2021 by Jennifer Smith
SKY (Maltese)

SKY (Maltese)

Sadly, we have to let everyone know that beautiful Sky has crossed over The Rainbow Bridge.  Sky showed significant improvement a week after her shunt procedure.  She had to go back to see her Neurologist, Dr. Jason King, to have the pressure adjusted once, making a big difference.  Unfortunately, it did not last.  One day she was good, and the next, she was not.  Dr. King remained optimistic she could get through this transition period.   

June 09, 2021 by Jennifer Smith