Raider was rescued in early January from SJACC as a 4month old pup. Four days after his rescue he started vomiting and running a fever. Quick work on the rescuers part that she noticed and got him to the Veterinarian quickly where he was diagnosed with Parvo. Given all the medications, Hillary nursed Raider through the Parvo. So thanks to Hillary for her taking in Raider and then her managing him through the Parvo, Raider will soon be ready for his forever home. He is affectionate, active and will make someone a great dog. PAWS for SJACS is happy to have been able to help with his medical needs. If you are interested in adopting Raider, let us know and we can give your info to Hillary.
Rescuers recently saved life of 3 kittens; they were found to have 35 ticks in their ears. While the rescuers got out 8, the rest required forceps removal by Dr Rusher’s Rescue Clinic while under anesthesia, as the smaller ticks were so far into their ear canals. Though a rare occurrence, the ticks illustrate another good reason kittens shouldn’t be outside. And how lucky rescuers are to be able to use Dr Rusher’s rescue clinic for affordable medical treatment.
In the vial are some of the ticks the Dr Rusher removed.