Meet our medical fosters! A medical foster means these guys need extra special love and care. We love rescuing dogs that require medical attention, but we need your help in order to continue to do so.
Ozzy is in “fospice” care meaning his foster will keep him until he crosses the rainbow bridge. Ozzy was found living outside chained to a dog house at 17-years-old. He had a testicular tumor removed and now we are just keeping him on pain medication to keep him comfortable. The link will send you to Ozzy’s Amazon wish list. He is always in need of canned food and treats.
I am "Lucky" to be alive. I was hit by a car and left for dead on the side of the road. I am paralyzed from the waist down. In danger of euthanasia, my foster mom said I was worth every bladder expression and diaper change.
At only 1-year-old, I have Blastomycosis which is a fungal infection that, if left untreated, can be fatal. I had to literally fight for my life after the infection spread through my lungs, limbs, eyes, and brain. $16,000 in vet bills later, I can almost say I beat Blasto! The fungus did not take my life, but the disease left me completely blind.
Carlton view as a medical and behavioral mess when we came to his rescue. He has had 3 eye surgeries and had bilateral knee surgery by a specialist. Carlton works with a trainer for his behavioral needs, which is territorial reactivity.