How Your Donations Help Us!
Here are dome stories of some of the seniors who needed our help and how your donations changed their lives.......

Coyote was rescued in April 2017 from the Carson Animal shelter after being relinquished by his owners.  We saw his sad video trembling in the cage not understanding why he was abandoned and alone in a cage in the noisy shelter.  He was missing alot of fur all over his body.  His eyes were just pleading for help.  We got him to the vet right away to check his skin and overall health.  Our dermatologist diagnosed chronic severe skin allergies that he likely suffered with his whole life.  He was very greasy and itchy.  He has been getting lots of medicated baths and feeling much better.  The Dr. is even hopeful some of his coat may come back  He will be having a much needed dental cleaning soon too!. Coyote is an amazing, mellow sweet dog and we cant imagine how anyone could give him up!!  We hope to post some pics soon showing him with a full shiney coat!!

Valentina

Rescued in her last hours from the shelter...

We got a call to help this girl in Feb 2017.  She was set for euthanasia that day if no one stepped up.  She had very large mammary tumors and was labeled as aggressive.  We couldnt let her die.  Thanks to your donations we were able to have her mammary masses removed and a much needed dental done.  Turns out she is not aggressive but very loving and just wants to sit on your lap and be loved and lavished with attention.  We are so glad to have been able to help this sweet girl and give her the opportunity for happy days ahead.

Colleen

Colleen tore at our heartsrings when we saw her sad shelter photo....

No animal should be neglected as this sweet senior girl.  She sadly found herself on death row with very little hope.  After seeing this photo we had to help.  She suffered from a life of neglect with severely infected ears, skin and teeth so rotten that her jaw bone broke from decay and infection.  Upon seeing the vet it was determined that she had a heart murmur.  Our awesome cardiologist diagnosed high blood pressure and we had to wait a few weeks to get her blood pressure controlled so she could go under anesthesia for her dental.  In the meantime we got her to our dermatologist to address her skin and ears.  Colleen has since grown in a full haircoat and had her dental done.  She has only 1 tooth left, but feels so much better!!  Colleen is pictured here with Dr Sindy Habib, our general veterinarian, who took care of her teeth and goes above and beyond for all our seniors.  We are so glad to have been able to come to this sweet angels aid and so grateful for the donations that allowed us to do so.