Our Program provides emergency funding to help pets recover from life-threatening injuries or illnesses. Often, these pets are found as strays in critical condition.100% of every gift to RescueLove will help a pet in crisis. Donations to this program offset the cost of veterinary care, transport and other essential services to give deserving pets their best chance to find a loving home. Here are some of the pets whose lives have been saved thanks to your generous donations.
His primary treatment was for an embedded collar, as a result of neglect. He was also discovered to have heartworm disease and he will receive some behavior training. He has been transferred to a BPF partner in Michigan.
Sole surviving pup found after his mom was hit by a car. Received exam to determine the cause of missing fur and routine medical care for adoption.
He displayed sore hips and needed xrays and diagnosis. Fortunately, no major issues were detected, but he was also treated for heartworm disease. He has now tested negative, and was able to be transported to be adopted.
This poor girl was riddled with bullets to her face and limbs, and X-rays showed many more not visible. Her care included removing the bullets where possible and treating the wound sites, including one on her tongue. Also, she was suffering from malnourishment. Sadly, despite a promising initial recovery and loving care, Bandi passed away.
This six-year-old female was so bloated from heartworm disease, she was mistaken for being pregnant. Sadly, she began treatment but the disease was too far along and she died at the veterinary clinic while under care.
2-year-old Husky/Catahoula mix needing heartworm testing and routine medical care for adoption.
Treated for a hookworm infection causing anemia and requiring a blood transfusion to regain health.
Treated for exposure to parvo, and once clear, was transported to a shelter where she could be adopted.
Treated for exposure to parvo and, once clear, was transported to a shelter where he could be adopted.
Treatment revealed that this sweet girl’s coughing and breathing issues were from a combination of severe heartworm disease, Thrombocytopenia, and possible pulmonary mass or aortic bulge. She was in severe distress and was humanely put to sleep.
This very pregnant girl had to have dental surgery after being shot in the mouth. After recovery, she was on a BPF transport flight and was adopted immediately after she arrived at the receiving shelter.
During heartworm treatment, Copper had a reaction due to a rare gene mutation causing cardiac distress and sadly, passed away.
Heartworm positive and coughing up mucus. Received heartworm treatment and medical care to be on a transport to another shelter for adoption.
Thought to be hit by a car and left, she received extensive care to save her leg. After her recovery, she was transported to a BPF partner in Michigan, where she was adopted.
These adorable siblings had Parvo and successfully received treatment to save their lives. One has been adopted, and one was transferred to a shelter where we expect she will be adopted quickly!
This 6-year-old red Lab mix was coughing and vomiting blood clots due to severe heartworm disease requiring hospitalization for treatment.
Received treatment for symptoms including vomiting and pale gums and was found to have treatable gastroenteritis. After recovery, he was transported to a shelter where he was adopted.
This resilient girl miraculously survived unimaginable abuse leaving her bullet-filled with a broken jaw, broken hip and scapula, and heartworm disease. It seemed she wouldn’t make it, but then she turned a corner, and is recovering and living with a caregiver from the clinic.
Treated for a life-threatening embolism caused by heartworm disease. She recovered and was transported to be adopted.
This 10-month-old pup had been shot in the face, leaving her with teeth broken off at the gums. She received dental surgery and spay procedure.
This beautiful soul suffers from congenital heartworm disease, has a heart murmur, and a distended abdomen due to fluid from an infection. She is still being treated at the clinic and we are hopeful for her full recovery.
These two siblings were treated for wounds after they fought during the night, and additionally for possible ingestion of rat poison.
This sweet boy had bowel issues, which were causing additional symptoms and problems. He required hospitalization, and was adopted after his recovery.
This very social boy was lethargic and coughing, and heartworm disease and a soft tissue growth were discovered. After successful treatment, he was transported to a BPF partner for adoption placement.
This 9-month-old dog was hit by a car in Opelousas, LA, and was unclaimed. He was wearing a collar, and had been fed, so he seemed to be someone’s pet, yet no one came forward for him. He needed xrays and two surgeries for his broken leg.
2-month-old puppy requiring routine medical care for adoption.
This 2-year-old heartworm positive girl arrived at the shelter pregnant and close to delivery.
This one-year-old girl had terrible pyometra (uterine infection) requiring urgent surgery. This could have been deadly if left untreated, but she is recovering well.
Receiving heartworm treatment and will be transported to a BPF partner when he tests negative.
He was treated for heartworm and Lafayette Veterinary Care Clinic, and was transferred to a BPF partner after recovery. He has been adopted!
This poor guy was hit by a car and suffered multiple broken bones, including his back leg. He received veterinary care for his injuries, as well as heartworm treatment. He has recovered and will be adopted soon.