Honey is located in San Diego
We were notified on 8/7 about her, she was running lose in the streets of Anaheim, massive tumor hanging down, emaciated and in just horrible shape. Animal control captured her and immediately started her vetting. The tumor ruptured and is a bleeding, goopy mess. She has numerous mammary tumors, she is skin and bones at around 80 pounds. This poor momma has been through so much. She is estimated at about 5 years old, but she looks younger.
We secured a foster home and committed to taking her (we were going to help get her to our friends at Lone Star/Dog Ranch Rescue, but she couldn’t handle that transport at this time). Our volunteer was able to spring her as the shelter was closing. Immediately, we got her into an Emergency Vet, they packed and bandaged the pineapple sized ruptured tumor and sent her home. Honey is currently at our regular vet where they are addressing all of Honey’s health issues. We are thankful to Hope For Paws for helping DDBR cover her vetting!!
All of our rescues are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. We do not ship/fly rescues as it’s much too stressful on them (you must be within a reasonable driving distance).
If you are interested in any of our rescues, please complete our adoption application, it can be completed on line. Further information and questions, please contact us at Kris Munday
DDB Rescue always needs help for dogues like Honey, your tax deductible donation can be sent via paypal to donate@DDBRescue.org, or via mail to DDB Rescue, PO Box 270113, Hartford, WI 53027.