Her pictures say it all. Extreme neglect. Her conditions were horrendous and she was desperate for our help.
Kloe, the mama dog was brought into the shelter in South Texas. She was weak, neglected, dying, and came with two adorable, sweet puppies who needed their mama!
She was struggling. Volunteers said she was fading fast! We picked her up and took her to ER room to save her life.
We don't know what fate Kloe and her puppies might have suffered had Dallas Dog not stepped in to help. She was so sweet, so helpless, and needed a miracle.
Kloe was extremely dehydrated when she came in. He bloodwork was ok, however, her skull X-ray was showing some type of infection on the mandala. ER vets suggested this could be cancer or a very severe infection.
She had moments where she would become very still as if she trying to die. Other moments, she was a little more alert! This gave us all hope. Her doctors monitored her closely. We were praying, hoping, counting on the best outcome for her.
After her emergency medical stay at the hospital, she was stabilized and Sweet Kloe was transported to Dallas. She went to a wonderful foster family so she could recover!
After a month of much needed loving care and attention, Kloe is doing amazingly well!
She is gaining weight and healing in foster care.
Once she has her eye enumeration she will be looking for a forever home!
Look at Kloe now! She is beautiful!
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Our rehabilitation efforts address the physical and emotional needs of rescued animals and prepare them for the second chance they deserve. You can make a difference by fostering, adopting, or making a donation toward these worthy animals.
Thank you for supporting Dallas Dog. Our mission is to create a safer place for animals by rescuing and rehabilitating those who are neglected, unwanted and abused across Texas or displaced by natural disasters nearby and finding them a permanent home. You can visit our website at www.dallasdogrrr.org to follow our amazing journey.