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Maya is our New Year baby for 2024! Here is her story. She is still facing medical treatment a and is not available for adoption at this time.  Clicking her photo will take you to her Amazon wish list!

I found her on the evening of 23Dec on my highway, running around with her clearly pregnant momma (who has been accepted in a foster rescue from San Antonio and is safely there for her puppies to be born and cared for!) Maya is estimated to be a 6 month old German shepherd who was severely malnourished and underweight. When I took her to the vet on the 27th Dec, she was 25 pounds, she should be at least 40 pounds based on breed/size/age she is on a slow refeeding program that was given to me from the vet. I was able to get her first round of vaccines (dhpp, leptospirosis, rabbies, and Bordetella) as well as her dewormer done. I have the vouchers from Joan to get her second/third vaccine rounds done as well as her spay! Other than being very skinny, she also has a limp to her left front paw. She had a cut on her paw when I took her in which has since healed. We’re working to get her an examination done to check into that more as well to make sure it isn’t anything worse than just the cut….. But Maya is sweet and adorable, she loves to cuddle. She’s all puppy and quite silly.


Click or hover over images for more information on each one. If you are interested in fostering or adopting one of these fur babies, you will find the forms you need in fees and forms. Thank you for visiting our page, please share it!
FOR A LIMITED TIME ADOPTION FEES ARE $50 ON ALL AVAILABLE DOGS (OUT OF STATE WILL NEED TO COVER COST OF TRANSPORT AS WELL!!
Adoption fee is $250 in state and $500 out of state in order to cover the cost of transport.

Please keep in mind that our website and Petfinder are managed by different board members and though we strive to keep both up to date as often as possible, they may show different animals as available. Please reach out to us about any pet on either site if you are interested in more information.

Foster to adopt is accepted. 
Payment arrangements can be made if needed. Please contact us for more information.

 

AVAILABLE DOGS
Heartworm Positive, Medical Needs, Pups Needing training
 

If you are interested in sponsoring one of the treatments or a full treatment for one of these pups, please reach out to us.

If you are interested in adopting one of these furbabies and can foster them through treatment, please let us know. We have too many dogs to see them safely through this sort of treatment.

Slow kill is an option with all heartworm treatment if that is something you prefer. 

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