This sweet girl was found by one of our amazing supporters at Fuller State Park and alerted us right away of her urgency. It was apparent immediate care was needed so she scooped her up and brought her home where she was fed and given the name Jasmine. After having her home for a few hours, Jasmine’s case was even more urgent than initially thought. So they headed to the emergency clinic. She stayed overnight and received a blood transfusion – her white counts were extremely high and red counts were very low. While there, she also had X-rays that showed bone shards in her GI tract. Additionally, it was discovered that she had 3 types of intestinal worms. She was also heartworm positive and had burns on her lips, possibly from drinking water from toxic or contaminated sources. But after lots and lots of TLC, she's all healed up and ready for her forever home!
4/20/17: "Happy to report #sdfjasmine is doing so well! She struggled a bit with her first hw injection, but had her last two last week and is off anxiety and pain meds, so we're in the home stretch! She came back from Grace a brand new pup - joyful energy, a shiny and full coat, bright eyes, strong hind legs (they were so weak at first she struggled to hold herself up to pee), and THOSE EYES."