Update on Special Needs Animals

updatesUpdates on some of our special needs animals…

Tillah: This dog was rescued from the streets of Afghanistan almost two years ago. Suffering PTSD from years of abuse, HT struggled with how to help this dog. Many meetings with a behavioristis, vets and trainers, Tillah had a rough year not finding her fit anywhere. Finally, Tillah found her forever home where she has gotten love, patience and understanding and she has blossomed. Just last week, we learned from Tillah’s family that she has cancer. 🙁 We are sending our most positive thoughts her way in hopes that she can beat it and live a nice, long life. Donations to HT help us help dogs like Tillah who need extra care and support while they look for their forever home. View the video of Tillah filmed last year on Voice of America:

Mikey: Mikey the senior black lab has been sprung free from the hospital after nearly dying from Pneumonia. After not eating for 8 days and resisting all meds, he finally came around and is now in foster care. He is soooo smiley and wags his tail all the time. He also loves the dog park and playing with his tennis ball and stuffed bunny. Now he needs a loving home!!! Thanks to all who donated! We raised 50% of his bill and are still working on the rest! See his smiling face here (and make additional donations):

Brodie: This cutie is now in a foster home and sooo much happier. YAY!

Chloe: We have now hooked up her dedicated foster dad with a trainer who is working with him to help Chloe adjust better!  We will likely need donations for ongoing training so that Chole is adoptable as possible!!


Tony: He had his dental procedure done and a total of 6 teeth needed to be extracted.  YUCK!  But now that those awful rotting teeth have been removed, Tony is feeling awesome!  And, best of all, he has been adopted by a wonderful family!!! YAY! His new owners just love him, as do his two new kitty sisters!

Prissy: Originally thought to be a girl, ‘Prissy’ became ‘Prince’ once he was seen by the vet  The good news is that Prince’s deformed front paws are not causing him any pain.  His left paw is significantly worse, however, the vet believes as he continues to grow, he will learn to adjust to his condition.  The bad news is that Prince was also diagnosed with a moderate heart murmur (Stage 3).   We will continue to monitor this condition and hope that the murmur disappears, as it sometimes does with kittens, as he gets a little older!

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