Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Can You Help Pop and Puzzle?

Pop and Puzzle are two 9 week old Australian Cattle Dog puppies in foster care for Blue Dog Rescue. They have recently been diagnosed with Parvo :(



Foster home Katie Trachte sends out this plea:

The two foster puppies I took in have developed a life threatening desease, Parvo. They were rescued out of Tennesse and made the long journey up to CT and then on to our house in VT. Puzzle and Pop are in Intensive Care at Greylock Animal hospital under the care of Michelle Gorbutt-Pascerilli.

As you can imagine, their vet bills are climbing and we're doing everything we can to save them. It's looking promising as both were 'spotted' wagging their tales as a "thank you" to the staff this afternoon, a vast improvement over their previous state this morning. We need your help though... please... please, PLEASE help us save them.

Please consider donating either through PayPal to or directly to the hospital which can be reached at 413-663-5365 and ask to donate for Puzzle and Pop under Blue Dog Rescue.

Thank you for ANY donation, we're desperate... these puppies are only about 9 weeks old and are total love bugs, they deserve the chance to fight.


Lori said...

I put this on my facebook page and on my twitter.

Scout and Freyja said...

Momma has some stuff fur sale on da eBay and as soon as she gets some green papers fur it she will pass some along. In da meantime, we is gonna PURRay and cross paws over here in our neck of the woods. Little ones don't need to begin life with a struggle - just not right.

D said...

Ugh. If I wasn't $2500 deep in my own vet bills (which I really can't afford), I'd help in a second. The best I can do is post this on my fb & blog.

Ultragrrl said...

I have a cattle dog and love the breed. I'll send what I can and FB and Twitter it. I also have a dog lovers alias at work that I'll forward it to.

Scout and Freyja said...

I just read on your sidebar that you had a dog pass away of pancreatic issues. I lost my beloved Starr in less than 24 hours after an attack. That was over 5 years ago and I am still miserable...