We received some unfortunate news last night, Mordaeci tested positive for heartworm…. We post these chip-ins not to pressure anyone into helping, but to make it easy for those of you who are able/willing to help. We are still trying to pay for Lacey’s $4,000 surgery, so Mordaeci’s treatment will just add an urgency to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We just pulled Roma & Mordaeci from Brown County Animal Shelter right before they were to be destroyed due to the shelter being overcrowded. Please help us welcome these gorgeous boys to AABR!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Lacey Update(from Lacey’s foster mommy): Lacey has been home since yesterday. She is resting peacefully in her crate (where she will have to be for 4 weeks!) She has a nice row of staples down a large chunk of her back. She will be very medicated for the next week. Her stomach is very sensitive […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
So everyone knows that Lacey has been through more than any dog should ever endure. She was found starved, a mere 27 lbs, fractured skull from blunt force to the head, sawed down teeth, a sign of being a bait dog from Dog Fighting, bullet fragments found in her head and her rear end – […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Well it’s day 12 and Smokey is on his way to recovery. His immune system is compromised and he is fighting off a pretty bad cold with antibiotics. He has discovered affection and thinks its okay to be a lap dog! He wants to eat everything in site but is perfectly happy getting multiple smaller […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is Smokey, a good Samaritan found him wandering by the Butler County Airport, took him home and reached out for help. Smokey was then brought to Animal Friends Humane Society in Hamilton. On intake, October 17th, he weighed only 35 pounds. All he wanted was a little bit of food and lots of love! […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We pulled three white, two black, and one brown puppy from the shelter last night. They came from a cruelty case where all six pups were packed into a small crate living on three inches of their own feces. We aren’t sure what the veterinary costs are going to be, but we know it’s going […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Lacy has been with us for a long time and has made a full and speedy recovery. The local media and now the national media has turned their attention to this angel! She is still looking for a forever home. She has had a rough start, but she is so deserving of a loving home. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.