Nora, Chained up for Years Now Rescued
Help Nora the Beagle Smile Again
It was an amazing site to see so many volunteers, 75 to be exact, all work hard with a common purpose and drive to make sure the dogs will have a safe and secure place to play.
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After removing the spear and treating the wound to prevent infection, the team released the giraffe back to its family. It has since been sighted running with its family and is doing well.
Butterfly is one such lucky rescue dog. W.A. is a Vietnam veteran who served in the Army. He cannot drive any longer due to his poor vision and struggles with balance, dropped items as well as PTSD. He lives on a ranch and enjoys the simple life. His family reached out to Patriot PAWS after W.A. was no longer able to drive. His anxiety heightened. He needed help around the house when his family was away, experiencing more PTSD episodes. The moment the pair met, the joy was felt by all! Now W.A. is enjoying life on the ranch, and he credits Butterfly for that.
The puppies are now transitioning into loving homes of their own. All puppies and Luna have interested adopters which is great news. The only bad news in this tale is that Cooper's Chance Animal Rescue is left with large medical bills to treat the family.
Halifax Humane Society proved to be a very challenging build. One that threw us curveballs the entire trip.
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