Age: Young Adult
Breed: SHEPHERD MIX
Quinn has been adopted.
Quinn came to us with a gunshot wound to his jaw. Quinn is now all healed and was recently adopted by a great family. He now has two furry sisters and two human brothers! Quinn hit the jackpot.
We currently have many adoptable animals in our care, as well as many that need foster homes. If you are interested please fill out an application on our website thearrowfund.org
As always your continued support is appreciated!
Quinn is available for Adoption
Quinn came to us earlier in the year with a fractured jaw, which was caused by a gunshot wound to the mouth. Dr. Becca Hodshon of Blue Pearl successfully performed surgery to repair Quinn’s jaw, and Quinn has been doing great. He recently had a follow-up visit with Dr. Hodshon, where his sutures were removed, and he got the all clear to be adopted.
Quinn is also up-to-date on his vaccinations.
Quinn’s foster is telling us that he is great with kids, listens well and is a very sweet and gentle dog. He is crate trained and house broken.
To adopt this gentle soul, please complete an adoption form, which can be found on our website at www.thearrowfund.org. This wonderful dog certainly deserves a great life and he is looking forward to finding a home of his very own.
Our adoption fee is only $125.00.
The Arrow Fund
Update – Quinn – broken jaw
We now know Quinn was shot in the jaw and has suffered for 3 plus weeks ! Can you imagine ?
Last night Quinn underwent extensive surgery to repair his jaw . The infection was great . This gunshot caused mandibular and maxillary fractures . The entry and exit wounds had already healed but left a host of problems for this baby from the impact of the bullet . He had a lot of dead bone shards in his nasal cavity and at the mandible fracture site . All dead bone was removed as well as his broken maxillary teeth . The hole into his nose was closed too .
Because of the fracture , Quinn’s jaw drifts to the right , causing his upper canine tooth to poke him in the lower jaw . Therefore the upper canine had to be removed . There is too much bone missing to the mandible to repair , but it is felt he will still have great function . The gingiva was sutured over the gap .
We would like to thank Dr . Becca Hodshon and her surgical team for staying late and working their magic for our boy .
This case will be costly and we have 31 other ongoing cases . Please consider a DONATION if you are able … Donations are sadly down.
Please go to thearrowfund.org and checks may be sent to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect , Kentucky 40059 .
Fosters are also needed for us to take on any more cases . Foster applications are on our website as well .
Our sincere thanks to you all , our supporters . Working together we can and do make a difference in the lives of these innocent victims of abuse .
Humanely yours ,
The Arrow Fund
THE ARROW FUND – NEW CASE
SWEET SHEPHERD MIX – JAW SEVERELY BROKEN
WE NAMED THIS BABY BOY – QUINN
We received word about a shepherd mix with a severly broken jaw at the Meade County Shelter in Kentucky . We were told he was suffering and in pain. He was transported to Blue Pearl today – this is what we know so far.
Quinn has an open mandibular fracture on the right side with multiple fractured maxillary teeth. We are still waiting on official radiology report . There is evidence of infection when looking at his bloodwork. Quinn is now on IV fluids, pain medications , and antibiotics . Surgery will be in hIs near future. Please keep this precious boy close to your heart . He is a sweetie !
Our thanks to his transporter Ashley , Debbie Linnig Michaels, and Patricia Pandoff . A huge thank you to Kelly Butler who has stepped up to foster Quinn after his release from the hospital and nurse him back to health . Kelly will keep him until medically cleared and then he will be up for adoption to his forever family !
DONATIONS HAVE BEEN DRASTICALLY DOWN .
Quinn’s surgery will be very costly and we have 31 other active cases – so donations would be so appreciated .
We also have 0 fosters at the ready for incoming cases . So fosters are needed and fosters do literally save lives.
Many thanks to all for your constant support and kindness…
Working together is crucial when it comes to helping these innocent victims of cruelty.
The Arrow Fund