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Little “Chance” Injured
Found in a hoarding situation with 30 some dogs.
Rescuer Faith Easdale and her group went to a location in the “Inland Empire” area, east of Los Angeles. They thought they were coming to help a small number of strays, it turned out that there is a home with over 30 basically stray dogs.
The people at the house let the dogs run around the yard, and feed them. But they do not provide vet care, nor do they spay or neuter them. There appear to be at least two whelping litters, and a number of slightly older puppies, about 30-40 dogs in total.
Chance’s story in video, carrying him to the car:
Rushing to the ER vet:
In the car, almost there:
This puppy “Chance” was injured, laying still, in fact we thought he might be dead at first. Realizing he was alive, we carefully got him in Faith’s car and rushed him to the emergency vet. He started yelping, and is in obvious pain.
The initial vet diagnosis is that Chance has tissue trauma, but should survive. ER vets are expensive. In addition we need help with the other dogs. Faith Easdale and Dream Fetchers rescue are working on getting all the dogs out and to various rescues. The shelter in the area is full, and we do not want to just dump 30-40 dogs on them, they do not have the room and it means they will have to put dogs to sleep.
Three things are desperately needed:
1) Please donate if you can! All donations are for Chance and the other dogs in this hoarding situation specifically. All donations here will go to Chance’s and their care!
2) Share! Sharing helps please share this story!
3) If you know of rescues that can help take some of these dogs, please email us at email@example.com with details!
Videos from the house:
UPDATE August 7th
Ten week old “Chippy” has tested positive for Parvo. He had a re-test and it was positive too. The good thing is he has no symptoms yet, but he is being treated now incase it develops. The survival rate is greatly increased when this disease is caught early. But the bottom line is this pre-treatment is going to be even more money, and if Parvo develops…… well, let’s just hope not! Pictures: