Mary Lou

Mary Lou

Sweet Mary Lou is a 9 month old Boxer puppy that came to us a few weeks ago after being hit by a car and suffering severe head trauma and a fractured pelvis. After weeks of care and surgery to start to repair her pelvis, she is finally able to stand on her own and walk with some support from a sling. She will need additional surgeries as well as months of after care until she'll be able to walk on her own again.

Mary Lou is such a sweet girl. Even though she's been through so much, her tail never seems to stop wagging and she'll cover you with kisses at every opportunity. She will need a very loving home after her recovery. Her new family must be patient and be understanding that she may have some limitations even after she is released from the hospital. If you're interested in adopting Mary Lou, please email us at rescue@allvalleyanimal.com.

If you would like to donate to Mary Lou and the other animals like her, you can visit https://goo.gl/UGFpUJ.

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Kermit

Kermit

Kermit came to us a few weeks ago because he was restless at night and just didn't seem to quite be himself. Some screening diagnostics ended up identifying a tumor the size of an apple on his spleen. Untreated, these tumors can rupture and bleed, leading to a crisis. We removed it, along with his spleen, and it was sent for biopsy. Thankfully, it came back benign and he should live a normal life again! Kermit is feeling great now, thanks to his owner who noticed that something wasn't quite right before symptoms became severe.

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Mabel

Mabel

Mabel came in after her owners saw her eat some coffee plant leaves. We immediately induced vomiting. Then...we noticed...Mabel had apparently been dining on quite a few other things as well. In addition to the coffee leaves, dog food, and grass, we recovered a sunflower seed package, a screw, a gommet from her owners wallet, and a USB cord case complete with USB cord inside. Good thing we made her vomit!

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Angus

Angus

This handsome boy was diagnosed with a heart murmur as a pup. Using ultrasound, we were able to determine the cause and also whether anesthesia for his neuter would be safe. Thankfully his heart was still functioning well and his neuter was uneventful. He will have periodic ultrasounds to monitor progression. Happily, he runs and plays like a normal happy dog and at this time there is no cause for concern. We really enjoyed seeing him for his annual exam and vaccines.

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