Belle, the 3 month old puppy, was going to be euthanized.
Meet sweet 3 month old Belle. Can you imagine giving up on her? Abusing her then dumping her to die at a Texas High Kill shelter? Neither can we. Her photos and story just broke our hearts.
Our partners at Rescue Dogs Rock knew if they didn’t act quickly she would be euthanized for her medical issues. Volunteers rushed to the kill shelter to pull Belle. They transported the tiny sickly puppy to the emergency vet for life saving care. First things first, she needed to be stabilized.
Here is what we know. Belle has green puss pouring out of her eyes. Her tiny little body is raging red from a severe skin infection and mange. Her first is stained red from bloody sores and open wounds all over her body. She’s remains in critical condition and fighting for her life as I write this.
Sadly, Poor Belle has already experienced such abuse and neglect at only 3 months old. Who did this? Why? We do not know. The case will be investigated by the shelter but for now we are here to support Rescue Dogs Rock in saving this tiny angel. She deserves to be loved and to be pain free. Will you help us help her?
UPDATE 3-30-18: Remember Belle. Well thanks to top notch vet care she’s holding her own and doing much better! Her raging ear infection and skin infection have subsided and she’s feeling better. Belle is just a puppy, 3 months old and has already experienced pain and neglect...
We are here to help rise the funds needed for Belle’s emergency care which will cost in the thousands.
To help save Belle please consider purchasing one of her shirts, totes, bracelets and coffee mugs below. We have partnered with RDR to create these animal saving products to raise the funds needed to save her.
Rescue Dogs Rock NYC
Rescue Dogs Rock, Inc., rescues puppies and dogs from high kill shelters, owner surrenders, puppy mill throw aways and medically neglected and suffering dogs and give them the proper medical care, then we do our best to find them the perfect home. We are deeply committed to healing the physical and emotional wounds these animals have suffered.