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Paisley


Paisley, our coon hound mix, was diagnosed with Lymphoma in early March and has responded wonderfully to her chemo treatments at Synergy Animal Care. Her foster mom reports that she is “way happier and easy to please,” but she does need more toys to destroy.

Would you consider making a donation to Paisley’s ongoing care? So give now to help Paisley! And mark your gift “in honor of Paisley” if you wish to do so. Thank you!!!


Chewy


When we first heard about this little female dachshund named Chewy, we didn’t realize how bad she would need us, but we’re glad her veterinarian knew. Actually, most dogs in the early stages of diabetes need special care and a small percentage of owners are just not equipped to help their dogs after this diagnosis. Such was the case with Chewy’s owner, who was already in assisted living herself. Shortly after she was determined to have diabetes, her person took a bad fall and ended up hospitalized. That’s when the owner’s son decided Chewy needed more care than his mother could provide and asked the vet for help.

Dr. Carrie Frey at Nebraska Animal Medical Center referred him to Nebraska No Kill Canine Rescue. After several days of supervised care and attempts to get her glucose regulated, Chewy is now in the hands of our amazing foster team! The FreeStyle Libre system is helping us decide how many units of insulin she needs. Thankfully, Chewy has been a very resilient dog and gets along with others in the foster homes where she is receiving individualized attention. Chewy is a senior and will be available to adoption at some point, but for now, would you all consider making a donation to help us with her care?


Amazing Transformations



Our amazing donors make transformations like this possible. This sweetie is worth every penny we spent on him earlier this week, but it costs thousands of dollars every month to keep pace with the expenses to provide vet care, training, boarding and grooming. Our foster homes provide most of the TLC, but without financial support from our community, senior dogs like this 13-year-old might fall between the cracks.

Fred



Where are my bully breed lovers?! The day I first met Fred, he looked sickly and uncomfortable. His skin was a disaster zone. Fast forward 2-3 months and he looks amazing and is in a foster home getting two medicated baths per week. What a difference! Thanks to Nick and Lora Christman for the wonderful care they have given to Fred. He’s great with kids and a fast learner! Scott Petro is helping us with training. Sky is the limit now for this sweet boy!!!

2024 Numbers

  • Dogs taken in
    Dogs taken in

    18

  • Dogs Adopted
    Dogs Adopted

    6

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