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Shelter News - May 2015

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This guy had four badly infected paws

This guy had badly infected paws. His territory was around I-Way cybershop. They called the Shelter. Prem and Prakash went to get him.

The first video is of Prem bringing him thru the front gate. It must have been a weekend because you can see how busy the clinic is.The second video is of him on the outside examination table. I try to relax him. And he responds…a little. His eyes soften some, but you can still see concern on his face.

                                                                                       Thru the front gate

                                                                                        He's a little concerned

It was a bad fungal infection. On all four paws. Dr.Raja cleaned the wounds. Gave him injections for bacterial and fungal. He was put into a pen in intensive care. Had to stay there two weeks while the infection had a chance to start healing. He got a lot of love and attention, but it was still hard for him.

Then he was released into the garden where he could run free. Treatment was bathing the feet every three days, and applying ointment. Fungal pills every day.

Kept him for another two months while the infections completely healed. Set him free in his territory, where everyone was glad to have him back. He was very, very happy.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Bless you Dear One.                                                                                                                                                                                 May all Beings benefit. 

Shelter Statistics

as of 12/2018
Rescues 5,809
Dogs Sterilized 7,430
Anti-Rabies Injections 16,079
Clinic Visits 51,845
In-Patient Treatments 136,416
Non-Dogs Treated 5,049
Animal Adoptions 1,140
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