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Ariel and Gala had “owners” but have been on the street for over 5 months. Independent rescuer and awesome human Pancitas Felices got them off the street and to the vet. Because our supporters are so generous, we are able to sponsor their blood work, diagnostics, medicated baths and recovery canned food. These sweet girls are both positive for heartworm and ehrlicia. We are also sponsoring at least one week of medical boarding at the vet. A foster home hasn’t yet been found, so they have nowhere to go. We will do whatever we can to help these girls.

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Recently a young girl asked for our help. Her neighbor’s dog had puppies, and all but two babies died. The mom lived on a chain. She was just bones. The local rescue community removed the little family and got them to the vet and then into a foster home. With your support, we sponsored their vet visits, diagnostics, meds and food ♥️ The mama and babies all have ehrlichia (we are treating). Mama also has heartworm. There is currently a shortage in Mexico of the medicine, immiticide, used to treat HW, because of course there is 😢 We desperately need responsible local homes (temp and perm). The number of abandoned and sick dogs is overwhelming. We are doing what we can, but we need more support from our local community. We can’t do this alone. If you’ve ever wanted to be part of the solution. Now is the time 🐾 xoxo

Puppies for adoption

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Location: Mahahual

We ask that the adopter be: at least 25 years old, have a verifiable vet reference, a utility bill and the ability to provide vet care and LOVE for 10+ years. Dogs are family ♥️

Please send a private message if interested 🐶

Rescuers see heartbreak everyday. When we saw Hero, we were shaken to the core. He was used as a bait dog, and his body was broken. Along with our partners, Estética & Estancia para Mascotas “A Pata Suelta”, we got him off the street, to the hospital (where he stayed for almost 2 months) and then to his temporary home (doggy daycare). Hero’s infected wounds took forever to heal. Little by little he turned into the gorgeous boy he is today. Last week he was ADOPTED into a local home. He has a doggy sister, a large yard with a roof to keep him dry and a mom of his very own ☀️ A million thanks to our partners Adriana & Ingrid who cared for him for months and to our supporters who make the dream possible!

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Back in April we saw a FB post about a young, homeless dog who had been cut with a machete (sadly not uncommon). Our hearts broke for him. Together with our rescue partners, Ingrid Angelina Lopez and Adriana Arcos Arcos, we got him to the hospital and eventually back to health. Blackie has been living with his friends is doggy daycare for over nine months. This week he was ADOPTED 🎈🍾 locally by a woman who loves him so much that she cooks him chicken & rice for dinner 🍚 He finally has his very own human ♥️ Thank you Ingrid and Adriana for always finding room for “just one more” and to everyone who walks this road with us. You help us make magic 🎩 Happiest life sweet boy!!!

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