Meet our Salty Dog of the month for August. Wylie is a 9-month old puppy that was thrown out of a car window by his former owner while driving. He will need extensive surgery to correct his legs and hips.
Venus is a Husky puppy that was surrendered by her previous owners. When she arrived to our partner animal shelter, she was extremely emaciated and malnourished. In addition, she required emergency pneumothorax surgery to remove a part of her lung. Being given up to a shelter, arriving at the rescue, and immediately undergoing major open chest surgery has been extremely overwhelming for her, but this extremely sweet girl is handling such an awful situation with grace as she recovers at her foster parents’ home.
We are proud to have partnered with Blueline Surf & Paddle and Guanabanas Restaurant. With Blueline, we are able to offer their entire fleet of equipment for rent and with Guanabanas we are able to offer a great spot to drop right into the Intracoastal waters of Jupiter.
We rescued this poor pitbull dog that throughout her life was used as a breading machine and for dog fighting. The previous “owner” came to my clinic to euthanize her because she wasn’t useful anymore. In his words “she was just a problem he wanted to get rid of.”
We are please to announce that we have partnered with FetchMyVet to offer In-Home Veterinary Care to all of our supporters and Salty Dogs!
We are stoked to announce that Chewy.com will be partnering with Salty Dog Paddle starting on April, 2019! This means that WE will receive a $20 donation every-time you order through Chewy using our unique link and YOU will get 30% off and FREE shipping!
The funds raised will pay for Lea’s orthopedic surgery and physical therapy as well as Bianca’s physical therapy, laser treatments and possible amputation. Bianca has begun laser treatment and Lea starts pre-operative physical therapy next week. Both girls will be in Foster homes before and after surgery (after being released from the hospital). Our ultimate goal is to place them both in an adoptive home and we would love for them to stay together!
A few weeks ago, a foster picked up Joel in a pool of his own blood. He had been hit by a car and left to die. She took him to hospital where they had to partially amputate his tail and ear due to it being dead-tissue.
Please consider donating and supporting Milo to grant him his eyesight this new year. He was abandoned by his former owners at age 8 and has several medical conditions, but he still loves life and deserves to see the world again. Dr. Sy Woon was Milo’s vet and diagnosed him with Diabetes before he lost Read more about Milo can see again![…]
Husky puppy was left to die at a vet’s office.