Riley came to us after losing his dad. He became pretty fragile and also develop dementia with pretty debilitating symptoms. dealing with symptoms of dementia. After being cared for generously and lovingly by our hospice fosters, Patti & Dave, we had to say good-bye to Riley in the early part of 2023.
Brie came to us as a stray. During her physical exam, bloodwork revealed that she is in end-stage kidney failure. She received injection treatments three times a week at the hands of her loving hospice foster, Erin. Despite our prayers for Brie's little kidneys, she lost her battle and died in 2022.
Bear was surrendered to us as a very sick dog with advanced kidney disease. He was lovingly cared for by foster Ann. Our little fellow met his doggy maker March, 2022.
Lulu, sister to Nellie, came to us as a little skinny mini, struggling to get healthy. She needed a lot of medical care and attention, in general, until she succumbed completely to her poor health in October, 2022. Her sister found a home where she has found solace in great doggie parents and a new canine sibling.
Buddy and sister, Jazzy, were surrendered as an emergency case. A massive social media and word-of-mouth campaign found them an emergency foster and then adopters, who arranged to come to Illinois from Maine. But before they could arrive, Buddy got very sick and did not survive. The generous souls from across the country came anyway and have given Jazzy a home, where she is living the absolute best happily-ever-after life imaginable.