Our Online Applications are Powered by Bissell Pet Network
in association with Petstablished
See details

Flower AKA Elsie

Female Young American Staffordshire Terrier (mixed)

This little one made up her mind to get well and do it fast. She is feeling so much better. Flower was found wandering the streets recen... show more

This little one made up her mind to get well and do it fast. She is feeling so much better. Flower was found wandering the streets recently around the university area and ended up at the local city shelter in Syracuse. She started getting sick a few days after her arrival and was found to have parvo. The shelter would have been forced to euthanize her last Friday had we not found placement for her. They are limited in their vetting options and have no isolation. We are so happy we could step in a help. This little muppet is so incredibly sweet.She just wants to be loved and to be with people. She’s got such a great little personality. The world is definitely brighter with her still here with us.  Thank to everyone so much for donating for her care. This is the 6th parvo pup we have taken in within the last month. Without your help we Would not have been able to save Flowers life.  Previous info:   Yesterday afternoon we took this sweet little 7 month old pup named Flower into our rescue. She had been found as a stray in the university area of Syracuse. She was found by a Good Samaritan and fed and sheltered for the night but unfortunately could not stay with him do to a no pet policy in his apt. She ended up at our local shelter on Monday and unfortunately tested + for parvo Friday morning. Basically nobody else could step up and take her and without rescue she would have been euthanized yesterday afternoon. The city shelter does not have the vetting or isolation for a parvo pup.   We wanted to help Flower from day one. With the help of our vet partner here in Syracuse VCA Fairmount Animal Hospital we were able to help Flower. Because of The current pandemic most vets are not operating at full staff and a parvo pup can be very sick and require a lot of care. We are so grateful they agreed to help us.   Flower is getting Iv fluids and antibiotics as well as medication to Make her stomach feel better. She is not eating much which is not surprising. She is eating a little hand fed chicken but turning her nose up at most food. We are cautiously optimistic though that she will get through this. One thing across the board we know about her is that she is as sweet as it gets. Everyone loves her. show less

See details

Olivia

Female Young Catahoula Leopard Dog (mixed)

WILL BE ARRIVING IN NY WITHIN FIRST 2 WEEKS IN JULY--Good morning from Olivia. Just a quick update. She is doing well at our vet partner... show more

WILL BE ARRIVING IN NY WITHIN FIRST 2 WEEKS IN JULY--Good morning from Olivia. Just a quick update. She is doing well at our vet partner in Houston. Her neck wound was closed and she’s on some heavy duty antibiotics and pain medications. We hope to move her to foster care today. She’s a beautiful sweet girl and deserves a chance. Olivia will need surgery soon. She was more than likely hit by a car because her back leg is dangling and out of its socket. The vet unfortunately could not get it back in because she has underlying hip dysplasia. She’s also strong heartworm +.   We estimate her age to be young.      Olivia and her 5 puppies have been living under a dilapidated trailer on a busy highway in Houston Texas. The puppies have been following mom around begging for food.  Olivia, was taken straight to our vet partner. We don’t know what happened to her exactly , but she’s in rough shape. She has a big gash in her neck, a dislocated hip and her other hip also has dysplasia. The vets were able to clean up the wound on her neck and put drains in. She’s on some heavy duty Antibiotics and pain medication to keep her comfortable. They unfortunately could not get her hip back in the socket. It’s been displaced too long. She will need surgery very soon. Sadly she is also strong heart worm positive. So she will need treatment for that.  show less