News About Spotlight Terriers
11/27/17 – Astro had his surgery last week and everything went well. He is at home with his foster mom recovering and enjoying being spoiled a little bit. He is already getting around better than he was before the surgery. Astro will be looking for a forever home very soon! We reached our $800 goal and his vet bill has been paid in full. Thank you so much for donating. We appreciate it so very much! Astro says thank you too!
11/23/17 – Astro is scheduled for surgery. As you can see from the video, he really needs to have it done.
He drags his leg and rubs his foot raw. Once his leg is amputated, he will be much better! We have raised $195 of our $800 goal. Please give a few dollars if you can. It all adds up! Thank you!
Astro came into Fort Bend County Animal Services in November with an injury to his back paw and leg. Russell Rescue got him into a foster home and to the vet to assess his injuries and it has been determined that Astro needs to have his leg amputated. He hobbles along and walks on top of his foot.
Astro’s leg is badly broken and damaged and has been for quite a while. Astro is in pain and we need to get him scheduled for surgery as soon as possible. The vet estimates that the bill will be approximately $800. Please help us help Astro by giving. No amount is too small… it all adds up!
If you prefer, you can also donate directly to the vet clinic providing Astro’s care:
Lighthouse Vet Clinic
Make sure you tell them it’s for Astro. Thank you from Astro!
Sammie was hit by a car. She was found laying in the street. Her leg is broken. As you can see she is in a great deal of pain. She will need surgery to repair her leg. Can you find it in your heart to help her?
Sammie needs to raise funds to reset her pelvis. It appears she was hit by a car on Monday, and has a broken leg, and her pelvic bone has shifted. It will cost rescue roughly $3000+. She is the “spotlight terrier” or you can donate to General Fund with memo as “Sammie in NC.”
Sammie is heading home for the night, poor kid. Another 36 hours on pain medications, and then she can see the orthopedic surgeon. Fractured pelvis and severely broken leg. She’s going to make it though! They said everyone loved on her all day! Guess someone goes to work with me tomorrow.
Help Sammie with her “good as new” surgery!
Update on Fannie
7/21/17 – Here is Fannie almost completely healed up. The hair on her ears and her tail has grown back but it is still a little thin and we feel that it will be back to normal in a couple of weeks.
There is still some staining on her back and that will go away with time. She feels wonderful and has plenty of energy.
Fannie is ready to find a new home! Thank you for your support! Fannie thanks you!
Video of Fannie
Update on Fannie
7/13/17 – We got an update from Fannie’s foster mom! She also sent us two new photos. Thank you for your donations! We appreciate your support so much! Fannie says thank you!
“Here is our precious baby, Fannie, getting ready for another vet visit. She is going to be spayed today. As you can see her neck and ear looks so much better. She has become a healthy frisky happy little dog instead of a desperately frightened and sick stray.”
Update on Fannie
7/11/17 – Fannie saw the vet yesterday. She was such a good girl! She is on several medications for her skin issues, and she will take those for a while until we see some improvement. She is doing much better already though. She was also tested for heartworms. Unfortunately, Fannie tested positive for heartworms so she will need treatment for that. Her vet bills will increase due to the heartworm treatment.
We are still short of our fundraising goal. No donation is too small. Every little bit helps! Thank you for your support! Make sure you check out the new photos we posted. Stay tuned for more updates and photos.
This is the newest little Russell Rescue dog. Her name is Fannie and she was found on June 19th, 2017 running around a convenience store in a very small town in south Texas. As you can see she has been chewed to pieces by fleas and ticks. The coat she has left is yellow and stiff. She is in bad shape. She is going to need several vet visits and good meds to get back to normal.
This petite baby only weighs 10 pounds. She is a perfect Jack Russell Terrier though. Her dew claws are removed and her tail and ears are perfect. But she needs your help to recover. Fannie will see the vet in the next several days for a full evaluation. She will also be tested for heartworms at that time. Then we will have a full picture of everything she will need in order to recover and be ready for adoption.
Can you help us pay for Fannie’s medical care? At this time, we anticipate that her vet bills will run around $400 unless she has heartworms and then it will be more. Any amount you can spare is very much appreciated and it all adds up. Thank you so much for your support! Donate to help Fannie.
Update on Romeo
The Palmers adopted Romeo on June 10th! Romeo has a sister, Daisy, and a brother, Newton. Newton is a Russell Rescue dog adopted by the Palmers about 6 years ago. Romeo is a very lucky boy and we could not be happier for him. Thank you to everyone for your donations and support of this little JRT! He is finally home sweet home! Happy Tails Romeo! Don’t forget to check out the new photos and the video.
Update from Romeo’s foster mom:
Here he is after being groomed. He was not too sure about being up on the table. He got home and took a long nap! Tune in next week for one more update on Romeo. We will have an announcement!