Beatrice and Byron
Shiloh and her seven puppies took an entire day to catch because she was feral. Shiloh took her puppies into a drain pipe where we could not get to them. We snaked a tube down and eventually got all of the puppies out. All of the puppies were sent to loving homes very quickly.
This rescue took place amidst an oncoming rain storm and we were not able to get Shiloh out at first. A week later, someone brought Shiloh to HASRA. She was afraid of people and would not let anyone touch her. Later on, she became more comfortable around people. Our great friends in Minnesota drove sixteen hours to Alabama to pick up Shiloh because we feared her social progress would be lost if we put her on a transport. On their way to Alabama, we called to see if they would take Hudson, Shiloh’s best friend, as it might make the transition easier for her. They ended up adopting both Shiloh and Hudson. We are so thankful for our adopters who gave these two sweet pups a great home.
Augustus had the worst case of mange anyone, including our vet and animal control, had ever seen. The crust on his neck and back was close to 1.5 inches thick. After he was rid of the crust, his skin was thin, similar to a burn patient. It took several weeks and lots of love (and medications) to get him healed.
Augustus has a furever home now and is all better!