Virtual Foster Program
Want to help a rescue dog, but can’t physically foster or adopt? Our Virtual Foster program, is a unique and easy way to help save lives. Contribute an amount of your choosing - whether in monthly installments or a one-time payment - and help fund a rescue dog’s food, vet care, transportation, and more.
Becoming a virtual foster will include exclusive updates on the animal not shared on social media. For example, if you donated a toy for your virtual foster, you will receive a photo of the dog with that toy.
Remember that fostering - whether physically or virtually - saves lives.
Santa Lucía was rescued mid 2022 from a kill shelter located in Port St. Lucie, FL. A kind person there reached out to us in hopes that we could save her from a death sentence and that’s exactly what we did, July 14th, 2022. SL came to us extremely skinny and with massive cancerous mammary tumors. Because the surgery was so invasive, Dr. Michael, the medical director at Town & Country Animal Hospital, decided to split the surgery into two sessions. With just one chain of mammary tumors removed, SL made such an improvement. Once completely healed from surgery and 1 week before her next surgery, she developed pneumonia and showed signs of kidney failure. She is now on a special diet and has completely recovered from her infection yet again. We are now just enjoying watching her live the good life in her amazing foster home with the best basset foster sister! We will continue to monitor and decide if another surgery is a good idea for our sweet senior girl. Any donation will go to her special prescription food and anything else she may need.
We rescued Bandit from a family who no longer wanted him after 11 years and we promised to give him a better life. Bloodwork cleared him for surgery and he was neutered, given all vaccines, removed wart on the side of his left paw, and treated ear infection. He did well and was ready for adoption until the ear infection came back. This was not your average beagle ear infection, and Dr. Michael and another fellow veterinarian decided to take a deeper look into Bandit’s ears to see the polyps once more.
At this moment he is on yet another treatment plan for his ears in hopes that a total ear canal ablation would not have to be considered. Each visit, cytology, and medication is an expense and any donation helps.
Adoptable puppy 💙 Paolo is an 11 month old Treeing Walker Coonhound looking for his forever family. We rescued Paolo from someone known to kill his pets if they weren't good hunters. Clearly, Paolo was meant to be someone’s best friend instead!
If you are considering adoption, please open up your home and heart to this sweet puppy! Let’s help find Paolo a forever home. He has so much love to give and gets along great with other dogs!
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