Lucy is a 6-8 week old 1.9 pound red toy Poodle who will need some major help from Dr. Aquaviva,
an Orthopedic Surgeon at Shoreline Animal Specialists, who has helped us in the past.
We are not sure if Lucy's inability to walk well is genetic, from birth or from trauma (lots of children in the home).We will keep you posted.
Donations for Lucy are appreciated. Her preliminary care was $1200 for films and stabilization.
Meet new girl Roxy who will be 4 in the next few months.
Roxy is a 10 pound Shih Tzu/Poodle cross.
She came in because family didn't have time for her but we believe her excessive drinking (over 50 ounces per day) and peeing was the real problem.
We are in the process of figuring things out! Stay tuned for updates.
Sunday update: tonight Lucy seems to be more comfortable and a lot happier!
Please remember that there really can't be an adoption at this point until we have a plan in place. We appreciate the applications and we are keeping them until we know what has to be done and WHEN IT CAN BE DONE will determine her new family.
So hang on and we will update as we know more!
Tuesday update: We heard back from Dr. Aquaviva at Shoreline. We have a plan. Her right leg will be amputated when she has grown up a bit.
Her consult appointment is June 14 at 12:00 noon at Shoreline.
We will keep her until then and hopefully we will have a prospective home for her by then. We can all meet at Shoreline and hear what will be involved.
So, if you are interested in this darling little munchkin, put in your application.
If you are selected, come and meet her and hopefully go with us to her consultation! Sound good? .
A LOOK IN THE PRCT RECOVERY ROOM
Ollie was a very lucky boy to have been rescued by Farmington Animal Control!
Even though someone had placed him in a fenced in ball park, he gave her a RUN!
He is barely 4 pounds and in horrible shape.
Once his hold time was off we were called to help.
Now here in rescue he drinks and drinks until the bowl is empty! He pees a river.
Ultrasound shows all is well. So we are still in the TESTING TESTING phase!
Peek through the window of our Recovery Room
and read below how we are currently working here at PRCT to help
LUCY, ROXY and OLLIE.
After you have read their stories, please consider making
a small donation to help us to continue what we do here at PRCT for Poodles and sometimes for others!
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or mail your donation to
Poodle Rescue CT
P.O. Box 188
Naugatuck, CT 06770
Poodle Rescue Connecticut
and surrounding New England States
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