Goldendoodle Puppies: Backyard Breeders Surrendered Puppies with Parvo

Goldendoodle Puppies: Backyard Breeders Surrendered Puppies with Parvo

We have a highly disturbing and heartbreaking case that just came in. Five Goldendoodle puppies, who were part of a horrible backyard breeding operation in the South, were just surrendered to Second Chance Rescue. All are critically sick with the deadly parvovirus.

These designer breed dogs were born into filth, in dirty wire cages. They were sitting in their own feces, all cramped together. They weren’t special to the people who bred them. They were just another $$$ sign. They didn’t care about them. All they cared about is the profit they were going to make when they were sold to the highest bidder.

Rescuers at Second Chance Rescue are just grateful that they even surrendered them. They immediately stepped up for them, knowing that their care is going to be in the thousands. Two of the puppies have already died. They still have three babies hanging on. They are still not eating, but they have placed NG tubes, so they can get some much needed nutrients. They are still in the emergency 24-hour hospital. We are really hoping that they can survive this. We can not believe that two of the babies were just too sick, to make it. The “breeder” most likely waited it out to call for help. We are all rallying here for the remaining 3 survivors. They made it this far. They can pull through this.

They didn’t ask to be born into filth, they didn’t ask to get parvo. Please help Second Chance Rescue with a mounting medical bill, estimated to be over $12,000.

Hendrick & Co. has created this campaign to raise the funds needed for the Goldendoodle puppies. With every, tee, hoodie, mug, tote, blanket and much more, you can not only show your support of the puppies, but you can also wear an important message about backyard breeding, while delivering a life-saving donation to care for the puppies.

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Second Chance Rescue NYC was founded on the firm belief that all animals deserve love and care, and that no animal should ever be subjected to abuse, neglect or homelessness. We are 100% not for profit, and to date, have relied solely on donations from the public. Our mission is to offer a second chance to those animals less fortunate—those with critical medical, emotional or behavioral issues.