He came to us completely covered in fleas, you can easily see them crawling around!
This is his x-ray where you can see the break circled in red.
When adopting, please remember that Save a Life Pet Rescue takes in most of its dogs and cats from high-kill shelters, which often do not provide ideal living conditions for these animals. During the course of living in shelters, our rescued dogs and cats may have been exposed to a host of diseases and illnesses. For this reason, Save a Life Pet Rescue makes every effort to identify and resolve any medical issues that a rescued dog or cat may have prior to adoption. However, in very rare instances, some illnesses emerge after rescue and adoption. To further ensure an adopted pet’s good health, Save a Life Pet Rescue provides a coupon for one free veterinary exam during the first week of a dog or cat’s adoption at our three preferred local veterinary hospitals. If a newly adopted pet requires hospitalization (overnight care) during the first week of adoption, Save a Life Pet Rescue will cover the medical care that the adopted dog or cat needs when taken to our preferred veterinary offices. Save a Life Pet Rescue does not reimburse medical expenses incurred at other animal clinics.
Without the support of adopters and donations, Save a Life Pet Rescue could never accomplish its important mission of saving and enriching the lives of dogs and cats of all ages, breeds, sizes, and conditions that have suffered from neglect, cruelty, abandonment, or overpopulation in high-kill animal shelters. With your generosity, we can continue to save animals who are in desperate need of assistance and loving, forever homes.
You can also make a one-time monetary donation or recurring monthly monetary donations online that will go toward a non-shelter expense to Save a Life Pet Rescue by clicking the "Donate" button below:
Please consider volunteering or fostering for Save a Life Pet Rescue. Our team of dedicated volunteers and fosters are vital to our rescue's success and reach. Visit our "Get Involved" page to learn how you can help us and animals in need.