Oh my, what an amazing year it has been already!  We can not do what we do with out you!  For 2017 we have taken in almost 50 new foster pups.  Each pup comes with their own story and we want to make sure they all have happy endings!  Help us continue in our mission by supporting some of our very Special Limbos!
Zeus and Molly are two very special seniors.
Zeus is approximately 19 or 20 years.  He came to us from the east coast in 2014 and we can't believe how long he has blessed his foster mom!  He likes to tell stories and he even went to a senior prom this year!
Molly is about 14 years old and has been keeping us on our toes from day one!  She is pretty social and a crowd favorite but, don't take your eyes off of her or she will be off looking for adventures!  

Bambi came to us 2 years ago.  She had spent a lifetime raising puppies and at 10 years old it was time to retire.  She was full of mammary tumors and an inoperable lump in her tiny neck.  Poor Bambi recently developed another tummy tumor and she is not a happy girl... and neither are we.  We are going to do our best to continue her quality of life!

Hubert is a senior boy that came to us this year with a tumor half the size of him!    Tumor removal and anesthesia is risky at this age but we are going to keep him as comfortable as we can in his golden years!

Poor little Linus came to us heavy with HW+.  He has been going through treatment and it was touch and go for a while.  Heartworm treatment can be very tough on their little bodies, is expensive to treat and it could have all been prevented with a monthly pill.  We are hoping that he will soon be ready for his own home.

Lady Sansa is a very sad little girl.  At 2 years old she is already heavy with heartworms.  We are doing everything we can to save this girl.  Right now she is being kept calm to prevent any further damage to her heart.  Like her namesake tho, she is a survivor.  We can't wait to see her bloom!

Gibbs has been with us for a couple of years now.  He is such a feisty little boy and is very resistant to change.  On top of all that he needs daily medication for seizures!  Your donations go to his continued daily care.

What is heartworm?

Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease. It is caused by foot-long worms (heartworms) that live in the heart, lungs and associated blood vessels of affected pets, causing severe lung disease, heart failure and damage to other organs in the body. 

How does a dog get heartworm?

A: Only by the bite of an infected mosquito. There's no other way dogs get heartworms!  It takes about seven months, once a dog is bitten by an infected mosquito, for the larvae to mature into adult heartworms.  They then lodge in the heart, lungs, and surrounding blood vessels and begin reproducing.