Little Tails is a 501c3 nonprofit rescue helping small and senior dogs. Please donate on our page. Our paypal is [email protected]
A few years ago we found Fuzzy in a shopping center. He was in very bad shape and was easy to catch. To our surprise he was completely blind. How we survived we don’t know. After months of treatment he made a complete recovery but sadly his eyes which never developed had to be removed for his comfort. He does great without vision. Don’t be discouraged if your dog or cat loses their vision or to adopt a blind animal as they adjust very well. #blindcatsrock
Twilight’s CBC on Saturday showed very little improvement so the vet has prescribed Epogen injections. Each vile costs about $50 and we need two. If you are able to donate it is very much appreciated. Paypal is in our bio. We need to get her anemia and white blood count improved. Physically Twilight looks great but her test results are still poor. We expect another six months before she is better. Thank you!
Neo was released from the hospital but is not doing well. He is scheduled for an ultrasound next week. He is hardly eating. The vet suspects a mass on a kidney. We will know more when the ultrasound is done. We are also doing fluids for him at home but fear his time is short. We are hoping for a miracle. Neo is a truly wonderful dog and ended up at our county shelter as a senior. It has been our pleasure having him in our home for the past three years. So many seniors are tossed aside when they still have years left and a tremendous amount of love to give. We Neo!
Sasha and Molly her new fursister!
Twilight already looks like a different dog. Good food, medical care and a wonderful foster home!
Twilight returns to the vet tomorrow for a recheck. Her white blood count was still very low on her last visit and we are hoping for good news!
Ralphie (after rolling in mud) has an adoption pending for mid July. His adopter is a vet who lost her JRT and she is now ready for a new baby. Updates to follow!
Patty is ready for adoption. She is fearful with new people so a patient adopter is best. She is a great little girl, very sweet, does well with other dogs. Patty is about 14 pounds we estimate about 4 years old. For small dogs, we recommend no small children. Contact us to meet Patty.
Sasha in her foster to adopt home.
We rescued Nina as a senior. She was approximately 14 years old and has stayed with the rescue for almost 3 years. A couple of months ago she was diagnosed in renal failure. It has been a tough few months and she was hospitalized last week for 6 days. We are doing fluids at home and trying to get her to eat to keep her weight on. Also supplements. Her hospital stay was expensive and donations are appreciated. Donations can be called directly into vet at 786-275-4629 or via paypal on our bio. Thank you for helping Nina.
Neo, whom we rescued as a senior from Miami Dade, is ill and hospitalized. Neo is an amazing dog that loves everyone. X-rays today showed one of his kidneys is enlarged. We will be meeting with the vet tomorrow to discuss options. Neo is already in kidney failure and has other medical issues but has been doing ok for a senior dog. Donations are appreciated and can be called directly into vet at 786-275-4629 or sent via paypal (link is bio). We adore Neo and we need to help him get better. Thank you.
Thank you to Sunset Tavern for hosting our first Yappy Hour! Thank you Lola for all your work! And thank you to everyone that came out to support us!