The Savior Foundation received a request to help an owner's pet, Tank, who was bit by another dog on his neck. The owner took Tank to the ER. Poor Tank had to have a tube put in his neck for drainage. Tank is on antibiotics and not feeling well. Unfortunately, Tank's bite wound got severely infected. The Savior Foundation assisted with the ER bill; however, Tank is still needing follow-up care for his infected wound. Please help Tank! Click to view photos of Tank before and after his injury. Note: many photos could not be shared due to the graphic nature of his severe infection.
The Savior Foundation donates food to our volunteers, who care for homeless animals. Because our volunteers feed dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens, a variety of food is needed to help these animals get the proper nutrition. It is only through donations that The Savior Foundation can provide food for these stray animals. Also, our volunteers are critical to helping these animals. Not only do the volunteers feed these animals, but they work tirelessly to find loving homes for them.
Angel was severely neglected and was crying, starved and lonely. Angel's rescuer noticed his badly infected ears infested with ear mites AND he appeared to have been struck by a car with tire marks down his fur.
The Savior Foundation stepped in and changed his life. His ears were treated, he was vaccinated and neutered. He is now a beautiful, playful cat and enjoys all the love in his Georgia home.
The Savior Foundation pulled together a significant amount of money to help Riley with critical spinal surgery, so he could walk again. A vet neurologist confirmed the problem was IVDD and surgery could correct it. Three days post op, Riley had more movement in his back legs than he did before the surgery. Riley had several weeks of walking and recovery. Unfortunately, Riley had to have several blood transfusions and had terminal cancer.
Brooklyn was an unwanted sick puppy, who was thrown out of a car window. An officer found Brooklyn and contacted The Savior Foundation, who provide funds to help treat Brooklyn. Despite having parvo, Brooklyn ended up being a happy and healthy puppy. The officer's daughter decided to adopt Brooklyn.
Lace and her guardian were in Memphis on business when Lace had an accident. Lace cut her leg down to the bone. Lace needed assistance as her guardian did not have the funds available for her emergency treatment. The Savior Foundation planned a fundraising dinner to help pay for medical assistance. Lace got the needed medical treatment and is back home fully recovered.
The Savior Foundation received a call from a gentleman who needed help with his miniature pinscher, Angel, who had a broken leg. He called everywhere looking for help and no vet clinics were willing to work with him. He desperately asked us for help with his family's little Angel. The Savior Foundation helped Angel, who went into shock when she arrived at Pets Choice. She was immediately attended to for the shock and an emergency operation. Dr. William Mitchell and the Pets Choice staff cared for Angel, who is on her way to recovery.
Lily was found running the street, starving, covered with mange, and had a bad yeast infection. A kind lady picked up Lily and took her to different facilities for help but was turned away. The Savior Foundation stepped in to give medical care and asked other rescue groups to take her after she is recovered and ready for adoption. Cold Noses Warm Hearts made room for her, because she deserved a loving home! Cold Noses Warm Hearts and The Savior Foundation helped Lily live a healthy life and find a loving home.
Meet BJ, what a sweet and loving puppy. This is not a story of an owner abusing or neglecting their dog... BJ is loved very much by his family. This is a story of an angry person, for whatever reason, decided to punish a sweet and loving dog. This is a story of one tragic night, as with Corona, a shot rang out and an innocent dog paid the price. Read More