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Special Care and Medical Treatment Sponsors

Our adoption fees simply do not cover all our rescue costs and extra support is always needed. Sponsors help cover the costs of medical care, treatment and recovery, or temporary housing. ALL donations are greatly appreciated, regardless of their size, and help care for rescued dogs.

Please give your general donation or rescue sponsorship today! Remember to note which dog you wish to help, or specify the rescue area or treatment type you wish your donation used. All general fund and unspecified donations go to the dogs who currently need the most help.

* Dogs listed below are in special need of sponsors for their current medical care or rescue expenses. Please donate today to help these dogs or any other TAMR rescue dogs! Or please contact TAMR for other ways you can help the dogs and rescue. All your general donations and Angel Paw sponsor funds go directly to helping rescued dogs. THANK YOU!

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Recued Dogs in Special Need of Sponsors:
(Please give the dog's name when making your donation.)

All current dogs will be available for adoption when treatment/s are completed.
Some dogs may still need a loving foster care home during or after their treatment.


Picture
Name
Comments

 Akiak

Soft tempered and gentle boy who was hit by car. He is extremely emaciated and currently hopitalized at vet clinic with fractured hip and broken tail. He is on the mend, but his lovely tail may still need to be amputated. Akiak needs a foster home for some TLC, good food, and to further his recovery. More info soon. Current vets bills are over $450.

SPONSOR:

Akiak needs sponsor help and a recuperative foster home!

 Kai

Smart loving boy who is talkative and sociable. Enjoys people and loves human attention. A malnourished shelter stray with sarcoptic mange and fungal skin infection. Originally needed medicine for sensitive digestion problems and also high heartworm. Kai's vet bills are over $950 for his total treatments.

SPONSOR:

Kai still needs sponsor help to cover prior bills and a foster home!

 Vega

Soft tempered and gentle boy who adores people of all ages. Good with most other dogs and even cats! An extremely emaciated stray, previously dumped by owner, and VERY high heartworm positive. Currently in boarding while waiting neuter and heartworm. Vet bills alone are currently estimated at over $500 for treatment.

SPONSOR:

Thanks to Debbie for her $100 donation.

 Lobo

(Mr.Foo)

Very sweet and friendly boy with an excellent personality. Taken from bad home situation in very horrible condition. Please visit Mr Foo's Gallery for his full story and photos. The treatment for his full recovery is estimated at well over $1000! Update: Foo recovered well, but became very ill recently and vet tests could not determine the true cause. We believe his years of neglect took its toll and had destroyed his digestive system. Our Mr.Foo was put to rest 8.27.05.

SPONSOR:

A huge thanks to Angela for all her generous donations! Also thanks go to Tony & Laurie, Debbie, Liz & Gary, and so many others for their help.

Sponsors for Prior Care:
(Please give the dog's name when making your donation.)

Picture
Name
Comments

 Diva

Wonderful girl who does well with cats and other dogs. Loves to woowoo human friends and very sociable! Very neglected dog with prior uncaring owners. She had a severely infected molar needing removal, severe respiratory infection, minor hair loss and inflamed skin, and high heartworm positive. Initially too sick to treat or vaccinate and kept on antibiotic medicines. Her vet bills were over $750. Diva is now adopted!

SPONSOR:

Big thanks go to Craig & Tina for their $375 donation!

 Lobo

(Mr.Foo)

Very sweet and friendly boy with an excellent personality. Taken from bad home situation in very horrible condition. Please visit Mr Foo's Gallery for his full story and photos. The treatment for his full recovery is estimated at well over $1000! Update: Foo recovered well, then suddenly became very ill and vet tests were inconclusive. We believe his years of total neglect took its toll and had destroyed his digestive system. Our Mr.Foo was humanely put to rest 8.27.05.

SPONSOR:

A huge thanks to Angela for all her generous donations! Also thanks go to Tony & Laurie, Debbie, Liz & Gary, Lynne & Dan, and so many others for their help.

 Raskal

Large and very pretty boy who is just a friendly and affectionate clown. Raskal needed heartworm treatment before ready for adoption and his bills were over $450 for treatment. Raskal is now adopted!

SPONSOR:

A huge thanks to North Texas Humane Society for their $300 support donation! Also thanks to Debbie for her $150 donation for heartworm treatment.
Mr. BoJangles

Huggins

A wonderful tempered big woolly bear. High heartworm positive, very underweight, with bad ear infection, and badly matted coat hiding festered skin punctures from needle grass. His rescue bills are currently over $700 for treatment and rehabilitative care. Huggins is now adopted!

SPONSOR:

Norm & Diane generously donated the entire cost of heartworm treatment!

Maiya

Matted and heartworm positive lost girl. Maiya is boarded due to lack of foster space. Maiya is finished with her heartworm treatment and her remaining vet bills were over $300. Maiya is now adopted!

SPONSOR:

Myrrh generously donated to Maiya's basic health exam and vaccinations!
Aldine

Aldine

Husky pup deliberately hit by car and left to die. A good samaritan witness and emergency surgery saved his life. Although now adopted, his prior care left TAMR with a remaining $2000 in veterinary bills. Please see Aldine's Diary for his story and pictures. Aldine is now adopted and called Apollo!

SPONSOR:

John is extremely generous with a $1000 donation for Aldine's recontructive hip surgery! More thanks go to Jennifer, Alan, Charlene, and still others who gave donations toward Aldine's care and recovery.
Juliet

Juliet

Young girl found wandering the street two days before giving birth to six pups. Now adopted, but with heartworm treatment and puppy care, her rescue and medical bills total over $800.

SPONSOR:

The Good Samaritan who found Juliet kept her for an overnight stay during birth. Liz donated her time to help with the birth, transported Juliet and her pups, and also gave an additional $50 toward their care. A very gratious thanks to both!

Milo

Adult male found as stray with a severe skin yeast infection, Hypothyroid, and malnourished. He will need thyroid medicine for his lifetime. Milo is now adopted, but his prior medical bills and veterinary boarding were over $700. Read Ask Milo!



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