Buddy is a senior German Shepherd in Houston.
He's happy, sweet, and very loving, but was surrendered because his owners couldn't care for him.
He's paralyzed and his wheelchair is broken. In addition, he has heartworm and the parasites are so numerous in his heart and lungs that the vet does not believe he will survive the arsenic injection treatment. He's also taking antibiotics to kill an infection in his skin and taking regular heartworm preventative.
Buddy is being fostered by Houston Cares Animal Rescue. He could live as a hospice case for several months or even a few years.
Our Angel Foundation has provided $250 in supplies and will be gifting him a new custom wheelchair from Eddie’s Wheels for $600.
If you would like to contribute toward his new wheelchair please visit our donation page and simply note that you'd like your funds to go to Buddy. Donations are tax-deductible and we will send you a receipt.
Kai is a one-year-old male Pittie.
He was taken to a shelter in Georgia at 2 months old with severe blunt force trauma to his back. He found a fantastic foster who has been doing everything she can to try and get him to walk again. Recently, he went to Change Your Range for intensive therapy. Unfortunately, just as he was making progress he developed testicular torsion and needed emergency surgery.
Kai's surgery and rehab costs are estimated at $2,000.
Our Angel Foundation is providing $650 toward his expenses.
If you would like to help Kai, please visit our donation page and simply note that you would like to support Kai. Donations are tax-deductible and we will send you a receipt.
Sheba is a one-year-old female German Shepherd living in Serbia.
She has locked leg syndrome and can't bend one knee, unfortunately, this is common in German Shepherds.
BARRK, the same rescue that helped Max, is also helping Sheba. She's due to arrive by April. They plan to find Sheba a great home after she does therapy at Change Your Range. If therapy doesn't improve her mobility, she will need surgery to replace her knee or remove her entire leg.
Sheba’s therapy and surgery are estimated at $1,500.
Our Angel Foundation is providing $1,000 towards her needs.
If you would like to contribute to Sheba’s recovery, please visit our donation page and simply note that you would like to support Sheba. Donations are tax-deductible and we will send you a receipt.
Max is a one-year-old Spaniel-mix from Serbia.
His spine was damaged but he still retains some control of his rear legs. Our family is working with Change Your Range to improve his mobility and see if he can walk again.
Max is so sweet and precious. Nothing compares to the benefits of caring for a handicapped dog.
Max is a part of Our Family!
We are not using donations for Max, as he is part of our family and we will provide for him personally.
Merle had severe allergies to a majority of common allergens. His skin was dry, raw, and bleeding.
Our Angel Foundation funded allergy testing to relieve Merle's symptoms. He's happy with his new family.