This 9 pound Yorkie mix who came to us with massive tumor (0.674 lbs!) These surgeries were very complicated and afterwards Gilda was on a Fentanyl drip for pain. We were able to get good margins and Gilda is recovering well. She is looking forward to having a foster and forever home soon.
Hans is a big goofy boy with lots of playful energy. He rides well in cars, and would love to be your hiking partner. He would love an active home where he can take part of the activities alongside his human. He needs a home that is willing to invest time in working with him so that he can be the best dog he can be.
Griffin came to us with a gunshot wound, whimpering in pain. Today, he is looking for a cat-free home with lots of people and other dogs to cuddle. He is a very happy, gentle soul.
Hazel came to us near death with a mangled leg and a severe maggot infestation. After lots of care, she is still getting used to 3 legs, but makes progress every day. Hazel loves life and is looking for her forever home!
"Sassy" came to us through Bullitt County Animal Shelter when she was found with to be suffering from severe oral disease, multiple tumors, heart disease, and seizures. This senior Miniature Pinscher will now be cared for the rest of her life and can begin to heal!
Coleman came to us at less than 4 pounds, emaciated, hypothermic, and an having ongoing seizure-like episodes. With proper attention he has improved, is now under the care of a neurologist, and will receive everything he can to get healthy again!
Romeo was rescued through a partnership with a rural shelter that called us for help. He was surrendered with kidney disease, testicular cancer, and severe skin issues. After multiple surgical procedures and lots of love he's improving daily!
Louisville Metro Animal Servies called us for help when Orville came in so dehydrated and malnourished he couldn't stand or walk. He has a fractured pelvis, was extremely anemic, and had open sores on his body. today he's improving and has gained enough strength to walk on his own!
Von arrived with blunt force trauma to the head, barely responsive, and shaking. During hospitalization we discovered he was probably poisoned also. Today, he can stand, is eating well, and is slowing healing in one of our foster homes.
At just 9 weeks old this little girl was taken to be euthanized when the local shelter called us to save her. Her little legs splay out on her, so she was unable to properly walk or stand. With proper care and physical therapy her outlook, and attitude, are improving all the time!
The future continues to look brighter for this guy! They have reconstructed his nasal passages, but some teeth were lost and more surgery may be required. Chewbacca is a sweetheart; he nuzzles and loves to be cuddled.
These kittens were dumped, like trash, on the side of the road. They were soaked, flea infested, locked in a crate, and had multiple infections. Serena will likely lose one eye, but they are both healing and growing bigger daily.
Baloo was found despondent, in the middle of the road in rural Kentucky. He could not walk and was in critical condition. Baloo is getting stronger every day in his foster home.
This precious girl was abandoned in a trailer park. Every inch of her bowels are completely outside of her body. Dr. Robertson immediately measured and ordered a special mesh to contain them. It is a miracle she is still alive.
Rusty came to us malnourished, with a gunshot wound to his face. He underwent multiple surgeries to repair damage to his soft palate and sinus cavity but he hasn’t let that slow him down. This cuddly, playful boy knows he is safe now and the real puppy is starting to appear!
Butler came in as just skin on bones (a score of 1 /9 on the body condition scale!) He has had a blood transfusion, plasma transfusion, iron injection and he is being treated for external and internal parasites. He even has gravel in his belly; he ate it just to try to survive.
Today, he's well on his way to recovery.
This boy came to us scared with infections in both eyes. Because he received no medical treatment, Rocky will need to have his eyes removed. We are experienced in showing people how to care for these sweet, needy guys.
This little terrier mix can't wait to be spoiled with love and treats. Already spayed, she could be your next couch potato.
This min pin came to us nearly starved to death. Now, after treatment, nutrition and care, he's ready to play and enjoy life.
Leroy is a coonhound about 7 years old. Found in a hot field and thought to be already dead, now in critical condition. A blood transfusion is giving him a second chance at life, but human love and affection could do so much more.
This kitten with twisted back legs was in pain and about to be euthanized. We stepped in for her fracture and learned she had rickets. Treatment includes UV light, hence her cool goggles.
This puppy was abandoned in a duffel bag in the woods, front paws gone. Needed surgery for a broken femur caused by blunt force trauma. Tiny when she arrived, our little girl is up to 15.2 pounds!