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It is the goal of United Yorkie Rescue to rehabilitate our rescued Yorkies to a happy, healthy state so they can be adopted. Occasionally, we find a Yorkie we have rescued has serious medical problems that do not make them a candidate for adoption.
The Board of Directors of UYR, in consultation with the rescued pup's veterinarian and foster parent, may decide that it would be in the best interest of the Yorkie to keep them in the safe and caring environment of the foster home.
Once accepted into the Forever Ours Program these special needs pups are loved and cared for by the foster parent for the rest of their life. The pup's medical expenses are covered by United Yorkie Rescue and the foster mom provides food, physical care, goodies and a family environment.
If you would like to become a special part of one these special little Yorkies' lives please consider becoming a 'Sponsor' for them. A 'Sponsor' can make monetary donations or provide supplies for their use in the Forever Ours Home.
All monetary and material donations specified for these Forever Ours Yorkies are used for their continuing care needs.
If you have any questions about becoming a Sponsor or would like further information about this program please contact: Judi Laverty at: email@example.com
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Banjo an 8 year old 10lb yorkie boy who is being fostered near Salem, VA
THANK YOU TO BANJO'S RESCUE ANGELS!
Banjo was returned to his foster family. He became very protective of his new owner and would growl and bite at anyone coming near him. After he was returned he had another incident with the groomer where he became aggressive and bit the groomer. UYR has decided that it is in Banjos best interest to stay with foster family who will monitor and work him on his behavioral issues.
To date we've spent $685.89 on Banjo FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $100.00 in donations.
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Bella Stella FO
Meet Bella Stella, a sweet 11 year old, 14 pound little Yorkie girl being fostered in Azle, TX. Bella came in with her sister, Bessie.
THANK YOU TO BELLA STELLA'S RESCUE ANGELS!
Pam Roberts, Lindy Long, Carl Shea, Janet Wannamaker, David Lavine, Angie Cagle, Barbara Burgess, Carl Shea, Sandy Pagnotta, Mary Mays-Delamater
6/6/23: Today Bella Stella became a Forever Ours. With her diabetes and development of Cushings, it was determined her future would be happiest as a Forever Ours with her loving foster mom.
To date we've spent $6273.74 on Bella Stella FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $870.00 in donations.
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Meet Bessie, a sweet 11 year old, 9 pound Yorkie girl being fostered in Azle, TX. Only TX applicants will be considered.
THANK YOU TO BESSIE'S RESCUE ANGELS!
Lindy Long, Carl Shea, David Lavine, Angie Cagle Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Pam Roberts, Jamie Mills, Mary Mays-Delamater
6/6/23: Today Bessie as well as her sister Bella Stella became Forever Ours pups. With the little likelihood of Bella's adoption and the need to keep these two girls together, we chose to make them both Forever Ours pups where they will live with their loving foster family.
To date we've spent $1406.69 on Bessie FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $305.00 in donations.
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On 3235/22 Emmitt, a cute Yorkie mix who is being fostered in Tennessee became a Forever Ours pup who will live out his life with his amazing foster family.
THANK YOU TO EMMITT'S RESCUE ANGELS!
Wendy Henry, Lauren Satterfield, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Allison Triplett, Karen McKeand, Trula Montgomery, Carrie and Todd Tenpenny in memory of Dennis Weisen, Jerry Werner and Mark Spies in memory of Dennis Weisen, Sandra Wendt in memory of Dennis Weisen, Brandon Burk
THANK YOU TO EMMITT'S FACEBOOK DONORS!
Julie Wiegert, Krystal Kay, Ashley Lean, Alex Fernandes, Sandy Puettman, Shay Serrano, Pixieland Yorkshire Terriers, Laura Ragusa, Cathy Edwards, Paula Gehrke, Roger Naglewski, Teri Kovarik, Melody Earls Sowa, Cindy Foster, Dawn Rozran, Alison Williams, Liza Santos, Ron Klaui, Brian and Christa Cook, Valarie Vaughan, Barbara Burgess, Ed Harm, Lisa Sands, Vanessa Riollano, Leslie Corbell, Wendy Henry, Josh Lytton, Caron Davis, Brenda Stone, Marie Turan, Karry Rogers, Carol Gragson, Linda Wellander, Melissa Duet, Dianne Slaten
3/29/22: Emmitt came to us from a shelter in New York. He was showing aggression which we believed to be stress from the environment and pain from an eye ulcer. However once in his foster home, we realized while he wanted to trust, it was very difficult for him to accept touch and love. His medical condition required eye drops multiple times a day which were difficult to administer given his fear. We transferred Emmitt to a different foster home in Tennessee and he has shown some slight improvement but still has too many behavior issues to be adoptable. For that reason, we made him a Forever Ours pup today.
To date we've spent $3384.06 on Emmitt FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $2711.00 in donations.
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Hope (Calliope) FO
Hope is a 3-year-old, 10 pound Yorkie girl living in her Forever Ours foster home near Clarksville, TN.
THANK YOU TO HOPE's RESCUE ANGELS!
Trula Montgomery, Sheryl Martin, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Alexa Socha, Jennifer Bullington, Alexa Socha, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Alexa Socha, Jennifer Bullington, Alexa Socha, Lauren Radencic, Susan Matteo, Barbara Burgess, Laura Bentley, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Collections from various donors-Jennifer Bullington, Lynne Turner, Jan Freeman, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Jan Freeman, Sandra Wendt, Linda Steward
THANK YOU TO HOPE'S FACEBOOK DONORS!
Karry Rogers, Alexa Socha Rowan, Carol Arrington Gragson, Gary Arthur, Barbara Burgess, Cindy Duranti, Terri Mita, Felix Fraga Ferradas, Gloria Santos Genuino, Johnell Costa, Diana Rodbourn, John Raburn, Alexa Socha Rowan, Barbara Burgess, Christy Brooks Burnette, Carol Arrington Gragson, Janet Sinclair
Forever Ours Hope (Calliope) has been with UYR for about 3 1/2 years. She has been heart worm positive since the beginning. Because of her age and neurological issues we decided to go with the slow kill method. It has been a long process BUT today foster mom got the best news ever. Miss Calliope is finally heart worm negative. The life span of an adult heart worm is 2-3 years and that is just how long the slow method takes. Heart worm prevention is so important. Calliope wanted everyone to know her exciting news and to share just how important it is to give your dogs heart worm prevention even if you do not take your babies outside. We are relieved that she is healthy now. She continue to struggle with anxiety and fear aggression. She stays to herself most of the time but for brief periods she will come out from her hiding spot and let you give her attention but as always must be on her terms. Please continue to keep her in your prayers. If you feel led to donate to her care we would greatly appreciate your assistance.
Forever Ours Calliope-Hope has been with UYR about 3yrs. She will turn 4 in June 2021. Callipe weight 12lbs. This sweet baby is afraid of her own shadow. She is a very loving dog at heart but will bite you with no warning. She seems immediately sorry she has bitten you but does not seem to be able to control herself. Dr's feel this is a nuerological defect. She is on medications to help try to control her reactions. Calliope has made some progress with her trust issues with us but still unsure around unknown visitors. We are careful with her when visitors come over. We allow her to go to her space where she feels comfortable which tends to keep her from acting out. She likes routine. If she has to go to Dogtor this throws her for a loop and she will act out. Foster parents are still proud of how she has grown but they are still are aware her her moods and that they could change at any moment. They continue to let Calliope-Hope be who she is and monitor her always. Any donations toward her care would be greatly appreciated. A BIG Thank You to those who have already donated to her care.
Calliope-Hope is not adoptable. She has been with UYR 3 years on 03/11/2021. She will turn 4 in June. Calliope weighs 12lbs. We continue to work on her socialization and behavioral issues. She is still on medication which does seem to calm her. Calliope has made some progress with her trust issues with us but still unsure around unknown visitors we are careful with her when visitors come to allow her to go to her space where she feels comfortable which tends to keep her from acting out. Foster parents are proud of how she has grown but they are still very aware her mood could change at any moment so they continue to let Calliope-Hope be who she is and monitor her always. Any donations toward her care would be greatly appreciated. And a BIG Thank you to those who have already donated to her care.
Calliope-Hope Has been with UYR for almost 3yrs. She is 3 1/2 years old and weighs 12lbs. She came to us from a shelter. She did not appear to have been socialized at all. Thru her time with UYR she has been thru many vet visits trying to assist her with her behavioral problems. She is afraid of everything and is very untrusting. The dogters also believe she has nneurological problems. Calliope was adopted out early on and they took very good care of her but were unable to handle her specific issues. She was returned to her adopted family and they have let her be her. She does take medicine daily to assist with her anxiety and anger issues. Foster Mom and Dad have noticed over the past 2 years she is slowly very slowly beginning to trust her foster family. However her anxiety does flair up and we see the Calliope we first met. She does best when her daily routine is not changed. She does not like to leave the house this almost always causes her to have an episode. UYR decided not to put her thru any additional truama by trying to adpot her out... She is staying with her foster family where they are willing to deal with her episodes and give her all the love she deserves. Looking at this sweet girl you would not realize all she has going on in her head. You can see in her face that she just wants to be loved however her episodes keep her from truly letting go and receiving love. If you feel led to donate to Calliope-Hope and help UYR in managing her care it would be truly appreciated.
To date we've spent $4332.49 on Hope (Calliope) FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1986.00 in donations.
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The handsome Jasper is a 9-year-old, 7 pound Yorkie boy residing in Fort Worth, TX.
THANK YOU TO JASPER'S RESCUE ANGELS!
Bonnie Vaupel, Patricia Hicks, Lynnett Price, Olga Stecker, Sonja James, Meighan Hornady, Ronda Lancaster, Tuyet Flink, Angie Cagle, Sandra Wendt, Stephanie Morgan, Lynne Turner, Meagan Celmer, Karry Rogers, Paul Sherman, Leslie Corbell, Deanne Coleman, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Erin Poole, Jane St. John, Josh Lytton, Amy Chernault, Jan Freeman, Denise Stone, Jan Freeman, Carol Kathrein, Cynthia Williams, Tonya Lillig, Cynthia McNeil, Phyllis Lewis, Barbara Carvalho, Hilda Bacardi, Lynne Turner, Maria Stevens, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Jane St. John, Judy Smith, Helen Miller, Chardelle Blasberg, Chardelle Blasberg, Domenica Molinari, Angie Little, Theresa Coyer, Tena Payne, Gretchen Stevens, Garrett Hamilton, Julia Collick, Lori Palmer, Susan Tackett, Jodi Pistler, Marianne Alicea, Michelle Lingle, Hilda Bacardi, Nestor Sanchez, Betsy Loureiro, Johnell Costa, Angie Little, Olga Stecker, Teresa Beament, Sandra Wendt, Kathy Pekarsky, Susan Klingbeil, Theresa Beament, John Sauser, Wendy Henry, Teresa Beament, Jane St. John, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Teresa Beament, Sandy Pagnotta, Eric Kittell, Jane St. John, Louann Larson, Holly Keller, Angie Cagle, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Sandra Wendt, Teresa Beament, Janet Davidson, Cindy Mitchell-Clark, Paul Clark, Karry Rogers, Donna Williams, Cheryl Scrupski, Debra Weaver, Cynthia Duranti, Cheryl Scrupski, Cynthia McNeil, Irene and Peter Havas, Sandra Wendt, Wendy Klinke, Lauren Zimmerman, Judi Laverty, Teresa Beament, Allison Triplett, Teresa Beament, Anonymous Facebook Donors, David Lavine, Trula Montgomery
Update 6/26/22: Each day we are blessed to have another day with this little man who has conquered death more than once! A little history of this baby: Jasper was thrown away in his own backyard and saved by the neighbors. The neighbors saw this little 4lb baby starving in the heat. They knocked on the door and were greeted by a couple of large pit bulls at the door. They asked about the little dog and was wondering if they could have him...the answer was "Yes, please...no one likes him!" United Yorkie Rescue was contacted and I drove 4 hours to pick this baby up and straight back home to our vets. Jasper had so many issues. He had a seizure, he had a horrible heart murmur, he was HW positive, he couldn't walk without needing assistance because after a few steps he collapsed as he could not breathe. He died twice in my arms and I revived him and ended up in the ER twice with hemoragraphic vagal responses from his death. Jasper is now 9 to 10 yrs old. We still have issues with walking. Recently, we visited the vet to see if we could help his back leg that he holds up all the time (he had patella surgery years ago), however, his little legs are so arthritic from compensating all these years so fixes are not possible. He's still my little "Cute as bug" but he reminds me everyday he's also still the baby! This little baby will always stay with UYR as a forever ours. He's touched so many through the years and he's brought so many people into my life. He has also brought many into UYR as fosters! Please remember our Forever Ours at www.uyr.us. They will always be medically cared for by UYR and receive the love by the fosters they live with. They are Forever Home with us!! Jasper sends his loves to you all~~
Update 11-4-20: Ahhh this little man has stolen so many hearts...United Yorkie Rescue Forever Ours ~~JASPER~~. Jasper came to us a little over 4yrs ago. He was dying in a backyard and his owners told a neighbor to please take him, they didn't want him. I quickly made a 4.5hr drive when we were asked to help and this was the beginning of his fight for life. Sweet Jasper, this precious boy, had no fur and scabs all over his poor malnourished body. He received much needed fluids at the vet and that afternoon and the next day he had seizures. Jasper was HW positive, with the most horrific case of heartworm infestation they had ever seen. It took 3 years to test heartworm negative and Jasper has died twice during this time frame. God thankfully helped me bring him back, while the ER worked their magic to allow us to bring him home!
Today Jasper cannot play or get excited without going into coughing attacks. Heartworm disease has affected his heart and lungs. He walks like he is an old man and tires easily. Jasper was only 3 years old when he was rescued, so it's been very hard to see such a young baby struggle like an elderly senior dog. Jasper gets follow-up vet visits often and soon we will reassess his heart. Remember United Yorkie Rescue's Forever Ours if you're ever looking to sponsor a sweet baby in need. Their care is monthly maintenance of their health conditions, and with your donations, that allows us to continue their mission with these babies. As always, bless you and thank you for loving our babies.
Update 11-18-18: Jasper is in trouble and desperately needs your help. Early this morning I was awakened with the sounds of a dog getting sick and a horrible cry of pain and agony. Jasper, who lays next me, was in a contorted stiff position with eyes glazed and retching or seizing then stopped breathing. I rushed to my husband in the living room placed him on the chair and started rescue breathing and compression's, then took my finger a couple of times to swipe his mouth and throat to see if he had aspirated but nothing. I ran to the back door since the cold front was blowing in and stood in the cold whispering to him as I tried soft compression's and his chest moved. We gathered him up and rushed to the ER as he wretched and defecated while he didn't move his head nor his eyes.
As of now, Jasper is in the oxygen chamber. Jasper's blood work is a mess. He was severely dehydrated and his pancreatic values are OFF THE CHARTS as well. His liver is also suffering. His poor little heart is trying to fight and we are already at the tune of $3000. He will need additional support as well after this specialty care. Please help us save this little love bug. Help us give Jasper his Christmas Miracle with the start of thankful Thanksgiving. I will keep all of you updated and God Bless you ALL!!
UPDATE BIO. 9/21/2018 Oh what an angel he is!! Jasper came to United Yorkie Rescue as a 3yr, 5lb very very sick baby and is now a Forever Ours. For those who don't know his story, Jasper was brought into rescue at death's door after being abandoned in a backyard. Poor baby initially suffered two seizure because his little body was so malnourished.
A few months after stability, he suffered cardiac arrest after an initial modified attempt to cure his horrific heart worms. He was brought back to life in my home, rushed to the ER for immediate care and suffered heart and lung damage due to throwing an embolism and the immense sloughing of heart worms that this little baby had within him. His second ultrasound showed that he could never continue the treatment due to the position on the worms in his pulmonary artery. Jasper continues to receive his monthly Heartguard preventative, and on day 3 or 4 it takes a toll on his body.
We will soon revisit the vet to check to see if Jasper is heart worm free. There have been cases noted where after years of doxy and Heartguard, dogs have become heart worm free! Although damage is already done, I pray one day this this sweet baby will be rid of them. Please continue to support UYR (www.uyr.us) with their Forever Ours babies, they will never be placed for adoption, but all of these babies will need medical care the rest of their lives. Jasper and I thank you and bless you for all for just loving them.
To date we've spent $20795.63 on Jasper FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $9748.55 in donations.
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Lily WV FO
Lily is a sweet 3 pound, 11 year old Yorkie girl being fostered in Maryland. She suffers from Protein Losing Enteropathy which is an incurable condition. She just became a Forever Ours Pup who will live out her life with her foster mom.
THANK YOU TO LILY'S RESCUE ANGELS!
Mary Whitaker, Sandy Pagnotta, Sylvia Stapleton, Erik Ebert, Sasha Aaronson, Carol Baker, Holly Keller, Sandy Rodabaugh, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Glenda Irving, Paul Clark, Sandra Wendt, Kathleen Bogosian, Barbara Gere, Irene and Peter Havas in memory of darling Happy, Jeffrey Gere, Sharon LaMasney, Barbara Gere, Alexa Socha, Dan Clauser
THANK YOU TO LILY'S FACEBOOK DONORS
Karry Rogers, Gail VanDermark-Kimiecik, Barbara Burgess, Theresa Viviano McDivitt, Karen McKeand, Alexa Socha Rowan, Lucy Hall, Sandra Richard Naquin, Kristen LaBrie in memory of Chewy Tardif
THANK YOU TO ANGIE'S HAPPY BIRTHDAY FACEBOOK FUNDRAISER DONORS FOR LILY
Ashley Cagle, Patrick Cagle, Angie Cagle, Anne Broadfoot, Terri Horton Moore, Celeste Bichey
9/27/22 Update: Lily was seen by her vet today and she is doing well. She does need a dental and with law changes in her state, only vets and not vet technicians are permitted to do the dentals. As a result, vet scheduling for this has become a bit more challenging. Lily is scheduled for her dental in October. Thank you for following this sweet girl's story.
Update 4/29/20: Lily is now a Forever Ours girl and I couldn't be happier! Lily is the most petite girl with the biggest personality. She can have two Pit Bulls bowing to her commands. Actually she's really bossy and a little obnoxious, and just happens to be surrounded by amazing fur family. Lily in all her energy goes down quickly. She still has her lifelong disease of PLE. Some days she's running the pack and some days she barely moves. I can't count the times I almost lost her. But since her vets gave up on her 1 1/2 years ago, we are blessed. Lily's amazing mom wouldn't give up. She networked to get her beloved girl to someone who could save her. I had experience and United Yorkie Rescue was happy to try to save her. Through her new vets, diet, drugs, tears, and prayers, this little girl is still alive. Welcome sweet Lily, my sweet forever ours girl. You are loved by many.
UPDATE Bio: 09/11/19. Lily is the tiniest three pound little girl with a really big health issue. Lily has PLE, Protein Losing Enteropathy. She came cross country to United Yorkie Rescue because her foster mom has experience with the disease. Recommended for euthanasia last January, it's been nine months and she's still with us.
Lily requires periodic vet checks and a rather expensive diet and supplement program. Combined, she's avoiding the worst symptoms of the disease that will eventually lead to the end of her life. With careful attention, Lily may live a few years and that's our goal.
Please consider donating to Lily's vet bills. The blood tests tell us how to proceed and keep her comfortable
To date we've spent $3550.68 on Lily WV FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1700.00 in donations.
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Meet Phoebe, a sweet 10 year old, 5 pound Yorkie mix is being fostered in Frederick, MD.
9/27/22: Phoebe is doing very well in her forever home. She has no immediate vetting needs so we will hold off on doing a routine exam. Both she and Lily are exempt from vaccinations due to their age and lack of contact with other animals.
2/15/22 Today Phoebe became a Forever Ours pup who will spend the rest of her days with her loving foster mom.
To date we've spent $270.23 on Phoebe FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $265.00 in donations.
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Sweet Rocco is an 8 year old, 9.5 pound Yorkie male who lives with his Forever Ours foster mom in Illinois.
THANK YOU TO ROCCO'S RESCUE ANGELS!
Sandra Wendt, Susan Smith Wheeler, Connie Vaughn, Catherine Parker, Jane St. John, Wendy Tillotson, Stephanie Slack, Connie Peters, Sari Mandresh, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Jane St. John, Lory Foster, Stacy and Henry Powell, Jessica Ranger, Anita Konick, Jane St. John, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, David Rothrock, Sandra Wendt, Brenda Bargers, Karry Rogers, Tim and Dawn Hawkins, Jill Yablon, Amanda McKay, Jo-Ellen Gasior, Sheila Cohen, Olga Stecker, Irene and Peter Havas in memory of Buddy and Forever Ours Vanessa, Erin Horton, Anita Konick, Connie, Amy Chernault, Elizabeth Giannone, Angela Heath, Candace Haupt, Kimber Santorella, Robert Tiedeken, Irene and Peter Havas in Memory of Buddy and Vanessa, Angie Cagle, Mary Mulkey, Angela Heath, Anita Konick, Irene and Peter Havas in memory of Buddy, Vanessa and Pepe, Irene and Peter Havas in memory of darling Happy, Alexa Socha
8/12/23 Update: Rocco is doing pretty good for a 13 year old fellow. Sadly though he is pretty much totally blind and deaf. He prefers spending his days napping in his favorite quiet spots. He does get excited when the grandkids come around. He seems to sense when they are here even though he cant see or hear them. He still enjoys his meals and going out and wandering the yard on a nice day. He is just a quiet laid back old man.
6/24/2022 - Rocco is under the weather today, so he's going to the dogtor to get checked out for an upset stomach. He was given medicine for nausea & fluids & was back to his old self in a few days, His favorite activities are eating, napping, & exploring the back yard with his foster brothers Ollie & Kai.
2/1/22. The vet examined him and said as a 12 year old dog with an inoperable liver shunt she felt he should be allowed to live out his best life, therefore he has been made a Forever Ours Foster. He has remained a reasonably happy dog who gets along with his foster brother Ollie.
1/27/22 Rocco was returned to us by his adopter due to personal health challenges. His foster mom will be scheduling a vet visit to ensure his vitals are in good standing due to his inoperable liver shunt.
Bio Update 02/09/2017 - It won't be long until it will be a year since Rocco was surrendered to UYR and what a year that has been for Rocco. He was so sick when he came home with foster mom and the next day we found that he not only had a bladder full of stones, but Rocco had a Liver Shunt. Rocco had surgery at the University of Tennessee in April 2016 and they were able to remove the bladder stones but his Liver Shunt was inoperable and his liver is only about 1/3 the size it should be. Due to this, Rocco will always be on a special prescription diet and medication. Right now we are doing 5 small meals a day and some days Rocco eats good. Other days it is an effort to get him to eat anything and occasionally he will go for a couple of days without wanting to eat. Rocco continues to get his medications with each of his small meals and also gets 2 additional medications to help support his liver to be as good as it can be and also probiotics to assist his digestive system. He has good days where he plays like any healthy puppy and does well keeping up with his foster brothers. Other days, all Rocco wants to do is sleep or be next to foster mom all day. Even with the rollercoaster ups and downs with good and bad days, Rocco is always so loving and sweet and shows foster mom how much he appreciates everything that is done for him.
Update 9/14/16: With Rocco's health issues and sensitivity to change, it was determined he become a Forever Ours Foster Dog and remain with his foster mom who had cared for him since he came into rescue.
Update Bio: 09/09/16. Rocco still is having a roller coaster life. Just when most things level out for him, another bomb drops. He has been doing great on the Hill's L/D diet and medications, so his labs are staying stable. We decided he was stable enough to get his vaccinations up to date. Since he has known vaccination reactions, it was decided to give them in 3 different intervals and to premedicated with Benadryl. He didn't have a reaction but was very sluggish for several days afterwards. Just about the time he started feeling better I also got a new supply of his Hills prescription diet. Well, they have changed the formula and Rocco says "NO WAY"!! He does not like it at all!! Foster mom has spent hours on the phone with Hill's and there is probably nothing we can do except start making home cooked special food for Rocco. In the meantime, foster mom has bought every can of the "old" Hill's L/D within a 20 mile radius of our home and Rocco is once again eating and feeling better. We will start a slow transition to home cooked special food. In the meantime, if you are interested in adopting Rocco, please follow the link below and complete the application. But, please be patient as make this transition to a home cooked diet.
To date we've spent $8070.37 on Rocco FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $2141.60 in donations.
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Roxy Rose FO
Roxy Rose is a 14yr old (estimated) yorkie/ Shih tzu mix being fostered near Ashland City,TN.
THANK YOU TO ROXY ROSE'S RESCUE ANGELS!
Sandy Pagnotta, Linda Crawford
THANK YOU TO ROXY ROSE'S FACEBOOK DONORS!
Karry Rogers, Jordan Weathers Griffin, Hazel Lau, Suzan Robison, Luis Y Erika Maldonada, Karen Coffey Galanski, Jason Johnson, Michelle Ann Calnan, Kari Juul, Bret Park, Barbara Burgess, Josh Lytton, Raul Letourneau, Melody Urso, Carol L Nichols
Updated bio 6/1/23
If you remember from her initial bio to no fault of her own she found herself abandoned on a street corner. She is blind, mostly deaf and upon her first examination at the shelter she was extremely matted, flea infested, malnourished and super scared. Roxy Rose needed special medical care such as a dental, care for her eyes, super bad skin, etc.. Her eyes weren't getting any better and it was determined that she has dry eye syndrome and will need to be on a medication for this for life. Also one of the findings during her check ups it was noted that her back right leg had been broken at some point in her life and probably didn't have the proper care so she does walk a bit wobbly. Roxy Rose has been in rescue almost a year receiving special care. She now suffers from dementia and gets agitated easily if other dogs invade her space. She has her daily routine that she likes and if she gets to uncomfortable and cant rest she get Trazadone to help her. Please consider donating to her special care.
Updated Bio 1/18/23
We have an update on Miss Roxy Rose. If you remember from her initial bio To no fault of her own she found herself abandoned on a street corner. She is blind, mostly deaf and upon her first examination at the shelter she was extremely matted, flea infested, malnourished and super scared. Roxy Rose needed special medical care such as a dental, care for her eyes, super bad skin, etc.. She has been getting special baths to help her skin. Her hair is growing back in and she is looking more healthy. She has gained some weight She has already made so much progress. Roxy had a Dental this week and lost a few teeth. Her eyes weren't getting any better and it was determined that she has dry eye syndrome and will need to be on a medication for this for life. Also one of the findings during her check ups it was noted that her back right leg had been broken at some point in her life and probably didn't have the proper care so she does walk a bit wobbly. All that being said she is happy laying in her soft bed, eating her yummy meals and drinking her fresh water. She has been getting used to being petted and is not longer stiff and jumpy when being touched. She likes being outside for a bit and will always go potty out there when you take her. She cant see but can hear some and her sense of smell is perfect so she gets around pretty well. Please continue to donate to her care.
To date we've spent $1732.23 on Roxy Rose FO's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $660.00 in donations.