Ruby needed $200 worth of heartworm
treatment which her owners could not afford. Your donations allowed Ruby
get the treatment she needed.
No more heartworms for Ruby!
desperately needed heartworm treatment but the $200 cost was more
than his owners could afford.
Thanks to your donations LeeRoy got the treatment he needed
and is now a healthy boy.
of you know Michael Stumpff of Tennessee Valley Cattle Dog Rescue!
He saves countless dogs from surrounding shelters every year. While
visiting one such shelter little Ashe was sitting quietly in the
lobby. Michael only takes in Cattle Dogs, but he just could not
leave this little guy behind! He was neutered at Wally's Friends and
found to be a high positive level for Heartworm Disease. His
treatment cost about $300. Thanks to your help this little guy got
the treatment he needed.
donations paid for the treatment that
Daisy desperately needed. Thank You!
was found lying on a rural road by a
young girl. When the girl brought Daisy
to Wally's Friends to be spayed Dr. Winn
could not perform surgery because the
skin on her stomach wall was so weak his
sutures would not hold. Daisy had a
case of demodetic mange and the owner
was not able to afford treatment.
Wally's Friends paid for Daisy's
treatment at Riverview Animal Hospital.
Dr. Tai Federico treated and healed
Daisy at a hugely discounted price. Once
she returned to health, Daisy came back
to Wally's Friends for her spay day and
here is a photo of Daisy now.
Thanks for all your donations which paid for her surgery. She healed
completely and found her forever home
where she was renamed Blueberry. She
shares her home with one other dog & a
lovely human named Gayle. She has filled
out to a perfect 20 pounds & runs
like the wind.
This sweet, little Husky mix had surgery at Riverview Jan 21, 2010 to repair an
extensive hernia. We needed to raise $400 to pay for her surgery and
we also had to help Blue Eyes find her forever home. She was a very sweet 6 month old
girl who weighed in at a
modest 15 pounds. She was very thin when she was found but regular
meals restored her to good health. She's could give kisses and chew
dinner at the same time. She could also wag her tail so hard that she
would nearly fall over.
This loving and affectionate boy was
found on the highway! A good
Samaritan brought him to Wally's Friends
to be neutered and vaccinated. Unfortunately he tested as
"high positive" for heartworms. He had
come through so much that we had to try
to help him! The person who found him saved $300
for his treatment
costs and your kind donations provided
the rest. Thanks to everyone who
helped save the sweet boy.
the big Bear! This 98 pounds of love and fun was only two years
old. His owner was no longer able to keep him but brought him
to Wally's Friends™ to be neutered. He tested as a "high
positive" for heartworms and he would have died without treatment.
Your donations got Bear the treatment he needed and then this big
gentle boy found a loving, forever home. Thank You!