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Bri was dumped in the late afternoon at a Memphis park and the people drove off leaving her to fend for herself. This poor puppy's back leg was taped up with duct tape. Animal advocates rescued this puppy and took her to a vet to clean the leg and board her overnight. The Savior Foundation was contacted to help this puppy. Even though our funds are extremely low, we could not turn away this poor puppy, Bri.
Our vet, Dr. Zinkus and Germantown Parkway Animal Hospital, squeezed her in due to the criticality of her condition. We met Bri at GPAH and and saw the terrible condition of her back leg. Unfortunately, her back leg is so badly injured that it is bent backwards. Since the leg is bent backwards, the top of that paw is raw and infected due to having to drag it along the ground. Unfortunately, the leg will need to be amputated. Also, she has to wait a couple of weeks for the surgery, since she has hookworms and the medicine could cause her to bleed out.
Skylar was saved from an abusive owner, who was trying to poison her. A young gentleman took Skylar in and the abusive owner signed her over to him. Unfortunately, Skylar got hit by a car and got severe road burn all over her body. Her back leg split open from the road burn leaving her muscle, tendons, and bones exposed.
The new owner took her to the emergency vet and he could only afford pain meds. He took Skylar to Memphis Animal Services to get help, but they said that he would have to surrender her and they would put her down. The owner called The Savior Foundation for help, since he didn't have the money to give her the extensive, critical medical care needed.
The Savior Foundation committed to give Skylar the critical care she needs and give her a chance at life.
Belemy was hit by a car and the driver never stopped to help her. Fortunately, another driver saw this happen and scooped up Belemy and brought her to Memphis Animal Services. Belemy was brought to MAS Thursday, October 12, 2023. Belemy was a deadline dog at risk of euthanasia after three days of her arrival. Belemy is only 1.5 years old.
Belemy could not walk or move in her kennel. No one at the shelter noticed Belemy had an extremely deep wound on her front leg. Her soon to be foster mom, Natalia Nazareth, saw Belemy and fell in love with her. Natalia noticed the large wound on Belemy's front leg and requested an exam from the MAS vet. The MAS vet finally examined Belemy October 16, 2023, over 4 days later. Belemy suffered alone in pain with a broken front leg sitting in her kennel at the shelter.
Please help Alia who is being pulled from Memphis Animal Services. She is only 8 months old and 36 pounds. She is in really bad shape and is seeing the vet October 10, 2023. She will need a lot of medical treatment for her severe skin condition and any other medical problems. Your donations are appreciated!