Until there are none, save one.
Ani Maya was found this in a crate, rolled in blankets, and thrown in a ditch. She spent days in severe pain before DRoH was contacted. Humans failed this girl. DRoH and an entire team jumped to her rescue. She was rushed to the emergency vet clinic and diagnosed with blunt force trauma and a broken bone. At the very least, Ani will require surgery.
Ani has already required over $2000 worth of vet bills and we still have surgery costs ahead of us. Please make a difference for this Rescue pup and donate today. No amount is too small.
UPDATE - 7/8/21
Ani thought it was time to give everyone an update. She is doing quite well with her foster family (see her video on her profile page as she's helping with the gardening), but still longs for her forever home. She faces one more surgery next week to examine the damage to her pelvis. She believes that it will be all good news because she's getting around as if nothing ever happened. Her femur surgery was successful, owing to her youth and the skills of her surgeon.
She is spunky, friendly and ready to take on the world! She is ready to meet a forever family and dreams of a July adoption. She is healthy, happy and most importantly - fully repaired. She's starting to think that her injuries are holding her back, but she knows that someone out there believes in her and all the joy she can bring to life!
To make a donation for Ani Maya's medical expenses, simply click on the donate button.
ATTENTION ALL POTENTIAL ADOPTERS - THE STATE OF TEXAS HAS NOTIFIED ALL RESCUE GROUPS OF THE FOLLOWING
Animal rescue groups and nonprofit animal shelters have different sales tax responsibilities. While both may be exempt entities and exempt from paying sales tax on their purchases, they generally must collect sales tax on their sales. However, the Texas Tax Code specifically exempts nonprofit animal shelters from collecting sales tax on their animal adoption fees (see Tax Code Section 151.343, Animal Sold By Nonprofit Animal Shelters ). An animal rescue group is generally required to collect sales tax on any sales and animal adoption fees.
Our adoption fees with tax are:
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How You Can Help
DROH is in need of Sponsors, Volunteers, and Fosters. Through your generosity we are able to rescue so many wonderful pups. You can volunteer time or services at an event, sponsor a pup through their journey to mental and physical well-being, or even foster a pup to give someone a temporary home while they search for their forever family.