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Welcome to Super Paws Rescue, Inc Page!

We are a 501c3 approved animal rescue organization. Our goal is to safely re-home animals. We assist the pets in high kill shelters and at risk pets.

SPRI is a group of volunteers. We work together to help the animals and we rely on the help of people like you so donations are always welcome. Donations can be monetary as well as items such as food and treats, old towels, bleach, dog and cat supplies etc. 

We thank you for taking the time to browse our website!

 


FRANK AND VERA

Frank was starved and left to die. He had untreated lymphoma along with several other health issues. We took Frank on then a couple days later, we were able to rescue Vera out of the same home. Vera also has tumors that need to be removed. On top of that she was underweight and pregnant.

Both were infested with fleas.

The total cost for the 2 combined will be over $15,000 with surgeries, testing and treatments including chemotherapy.

 

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Diamond

Diamond came to us with tumors and a skin condition she suffered with for over 3 years along with a few other health issues. She has already had some testing done and as of 11/17 her bill is over $900. She still needs surgery for the mammary tumors, and will be visiting Dr Ali again to see if the medication for the skin issues are beginning to work.

We need to get the skin condition in check before she has surgery and a biopsy.

   

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THEO

Theo has issues, big issues.
We haven't posted much about him because we are trying to figure out what to do with him. We are asking for help.
When he came in we were told he had food aggression. That was not a big problem and if that was the truth, he'd be ready for adoption right now. But, this is not at all the case.
Theo has been having seizures and on top of that, the people must have been reprimanding him when he was having them, we guess, not knowing what it was he was doing, and maybe shoving him into a crate. Needless to say he gets very, very aggressive when he has seizures and no one can get anywhere hear him. When we say aggressive, we mean he makes cujo look like he wants to play. He is actually dangerous when having these seizures.
The family that had him won't give us a consistent answer about how long this has been going on, it may be from when he was a pup and he jumped out of a moving car, we don't know. We also don't know how much damage may have been done to his brain from the repeated and untreated seizures or from when he was allowed to sit by an open window while riding in a car.
If he hit his head when he jumped out the window, then that can explain the deformity in his skull and he may have had seizures for 3 years. They may be the result of something else, we really have no way of knowing at this point.
There are some other treatments such as a raw diet which is also costly so we will need help with that as well. We have spoken with the vet and a team of trainers as well. He is going to need ongoing care while we have him.
He also needs specific food, one that contains no rosemary at all. So please, if you can donate some limited ingredient food that would be great.
We are going to do all we can for him and there is a very real possibility that he will need to be euthanized. Of course, that will be the after exhausting al other possibilities for him.
He cannot be in a home at this point because of the severe aggression when he is seizing, because we can't risk him hurting someone.
Please, donate and share and let's see what we can do for this guy. When he is okay he is a great dog. He loves to run and he loves to play. No matter what road we wind up taking with him it is going to be costly.
Please, all ideas are also welcome on this one. We really want to try to keep him alive. If there is any way to save him we will find it.
He does start to drool when he is going to have a seizure so a muzzle may help. One of the concerns is these can come on at any time. Walking, while people are sleeping, perhaps while they are driving or any stressful situation. If the drooling goes unnoticed that can be a huge problem.

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