Hospital pup update. We named him Jack. He is distemper negative, but that is about the best news we have. He has an enlarged heart, anemia, low platelets, ehrlichia and possible kidney failure. He groans when he breathes. Jack has been intravenously medicated, still his prognosis is poor. We may be too late. He was starved. We will re-evaluate in a few days. He needs to be ok. He needs to know happiness. It’s so hard not to scream into the sky with anger, but it serves no one. I hope to have better news soon.
Welcome to our pack sweet girl. There is a story here. There is always a story, but this time we can’t tell it. We are just so happy she is here and not there. Under normal conditions, we wait until a dog or two gets adopted before taking in new ones. With flights canceled and the impending apocalypse, we don’t have an exit plan for anyone. It’s already getting a little crammed and stressful in the house, but now more than ever dogs need help. Many people here were living hand to mouth before CV. This is a scary time for people and for pets. We’ll keep trying our best to help with whatever comes our way. Thank you to everyone who supports us. You make each rescue possible. We love you ♥️
Happiest news! Puppy Stella traveled to Vancouver on one of the last flights out of Mexico. With all of this CV madness happing, her foster parents Peggy and David decided to get back to Canada while they still could. We all scrambled to get Stella ready for her trip and even managed to find a foster (permanent?) family for this sweet pup. It was a stressful few days for all, but somehow it worked. Thanks a million Peggy and David for your kind hearts ♥️
Some good news in these scary times 🙌
Last weekend we were able to bring 8 pups to be spayed/neutered in a campaign organized by our friend Dra. Claus Landero. Thank you Vets in Action Spay Q. Roo for traveling so far to help so many. We brought two of our puppies and 6 dogs from people living a few miles down the beach road. We also brought Adolfo’s dog in to have a tumor removed. We are beyond grateful to see people making a better world for animals 👏🔥❤️
Live, love, spay & neuter 🌟🌈🌟
We are always happy to support surgeries for dogs/cats from the street and in low income situations. Before we lived here, it was hard to imagine what it meant for a dog to “live on the street”. In the US homeless dogs go to shelters. Here they don’t. They quite literally make their homes on the sidewalk. On a street corner. In a vacant lot under a pile of garbage. They are often utterly and completely alone. Hunger, thirst and sickness kill. Preventing generations of babies from being born into this cycle is the only way out of this situation. A thousand thanks to our friends Pilar Lozano, Dr. Fernando, Ma Guadalupe Ortiz Mendez, and everyone who spends time away from their families and their own lives to make these campaigns happen. An ever bigger thank you to our friends who donate – you are the reason we are able to do what we do 🙌👏✊
Spay/neuters to date: 956 and counting…