Shelter News - August 2015


He almost didn’t make It.

His owners brought him in. Only 3 or 4 years old. He’d taken a lot of a phosphorus pesticide. You can see in this first video. He’s salivating. Breathing is forced. The upper part of his chest convulsing.

                                                                        It's pretty bad.

Dr. Raja gave him two i.v.’s. First the antidote. And then one with an anti-acid, an anti-convulsant, neurobion, multi-vitamins, and a mega dose of vitamin C.

The second video is during the second i.v.  He’s safely across. Gaining energy…Then after resting a while, in the third video they took him off the table. But the lucky guy still couldn’t stand well. So Dr. Raja kept him overnight.

                                                                   He's going to make it.

                                                                        Too soon to stand.

He got good rest. A lot of loving. And in the fourth video, after being examined the next day we get the first sign that he’s ready to go. He barks at Dr. Raja who is taking the video. Then Dr.Raja tells the owner to put him down on the ground. And he’s ready to travel.

                                                            I'm ready. Let me outta this place.

                                                                        Closing moments.

Good bye dear guy. Good life. And blessings...Love, Us

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