Juno, the black lab with the embedded wire, was transferred to us earlier this month from J.B. Ogle Shelter in Jeffersonville, IN. The wire caused her to have severely infected wounds on her neck. Juno is now settling into her foster home.
The surgical team at Blue Pearl diligently cleaned Juno’s wounds and changed her dressings until she was ready for sutures. Since her discharge from Blue Pearl, Juno has been vaccinated at All Pets.
Her foster mom has been socializing this charming, but timid dog, so that Juno can learn to trust people again. In addition to playing with her new foster brother, a black cat, Juno has been busy learning obedience commands. Juno will soon be spayed before she will be available for adoption.
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Foster and Adoptions Team ~The Arrow Fund~
JUNO IS SEEN HERE AFTER BEING SEDATED TO CLEAN HER WOUND THAT GOES ALL THE WAY AROUND HER NECK. SHE IS SEDATED EVERYDAY TO DEEP CLEAN THIS WOUND.
Cultures were taken yesterday and sent off . It is our hope that soon enough healthy tissue will be available to actually close the wound.
Juno is a beautiful , sweet , adorable Lab. We are currently looking for a foster situation for her . One in or around Louisville so that she can keep her future Vet appointments while recovering. A secure visible fence is required. Foster applications can be found on our website www.thearrowfund.org .
We currently still have 5 animals at Blue Pearl. Our Vet bills run so high so Donations are always needed. Please go to www.thearrowfund.org to Donate any amount , if you are able. Checks may be sent to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect , Kentucky 40059.
Thanks to all for standing behind The Arrow Fund in our effort to provide medical care to these victims of severe torture, abuse , and neglect. We appreciate and need your support on every level.
Peace~Rebecca~The Arrow Fund~
Daily wound changes and cleansing the area under light sedation are still needed .
Juno is estimated to be 1 to 1 and a half years old.
The surgeons will reevaluate her on Monday (tomorrow).
We are pleased to announce that Juno is heartworm negative, that is always a huge relief ! We will be needing a place for Juno to heal in her foster home. That is one reason why foster homes need to be pre-approved so that we indeed can make a smooth transition for these babies .
Juno is simply charming and a love bug ! She will indeed be a fabulous addition to one lucky household !
Thank you supporters !
We can’t keep this up !
The Arrow Fund
Incoming -wire embedded in neck of Black Lab . In route to Blue Pearl from J. B. Ogle Shelter in Jeffersonville , Indiana . Her temp. is 106 degrees .We are naming her Juno .We need fosters and funds to continue …. We have 5 in the emergency room now and not enough fosters .
Foster Applications can be found and Donations can be made at our website www.thearrowfund.org . Checks can be sent to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect , Kentucky 40059 .
The Arrow Fund is at capacity – we do not have enough fosters .
Thanks to all who support us . This year has not started out as we had hoped …. So much abuse .
Asking everyone to pay it forward if you are able .