Ava went from being used by breeders to being ran over by a car.
We have created this tee shirt campaign to help raise the funds needed to save a dog who a backyard breeder used until she was unable to move then dumped her in the road. She was then ran over by a car. This story doesn’t end there.
After years of being used by a breeder she was dumped in a rural road unable to move. The little angel is a nameless and abused dog, suffering not only from being hit by a car but also from the hands of breeders. She is suffering from pyometra, a life threatening uterine infection. She has the worst flea infestation rescuers have seen and has a case of pyoderma. She has 2 broken legs. She has road rash and huge scrapes on her head and other parts of her body.
She was stabilized enough at the local vet that now she is being transported to Texas A&M Speciality Animal Clinic to prepare for her for surgeries. This is going to be a really expensive and difficult visit for Ava.
Believe me we are just as angry and frustrated as you are about this case but now we must focus on supporting Houston K-911 Rescue in raising the funds they need for Ava’s multiple surgeries. This is not the type of funds this rescue has so please help!
UPDATE 9-20-18: Ava's surgeries were performed on Tuesday, one for each leg, and took over 8 hours. Thankfully both legs were fixed so now she won't have to go under for a second surgery. Today brave Ava is recovering and working hard to walk on her mended legs. She is highly food motivated so that's a win.
To help with Ava’s surgery costs please consider purchasing one of her shirts, totes, bracelets and coffee mugs below. With every purchase you can help Houston K-911 Rescue save her life!
Houston K-911 Rescue
Houston K911 Rescue is a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization with a mission to address the immediate crisis of animal overpopulation in Houston by rescuing street dogs in poor health and in danger, rehabilitating and placing them in loving homes or with our responsible rescue partners. We encourage population control and we strive to be agents of change to improve the protection and treatment of family pets and the homeless animals in our communities.