Lawton Lucky–Hit by car–needs help now

The original plea for help came from a facebook post in Lawton, OK.

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“This guy was chasing cars on Rogers lane west about 1/2 mile from the Fort Sill Blvd exit.
I put on my blinkers and on foot tried to get him to get out of the street.
He seemed to think that I was playing chase and was hit pretty hard by a car doing at least 50.
His back legs were hurt bad but I bet that he can recover.
I called 911 and an officer took him in the back of his cruiser.
He did not have a collar but looked to have been groomed within a couple of weeks. He has a very good temperament.
If you know him, this is the Lawton PD’s non-emergency number. They should know where he was sent.”

Thankfully, a good samaritan and huge dog lover in immediately went to animal control and convinced them to allow this little dog to get to a vet.

Lucky too, because by the time he got there, he was in bad shape. 

His gums were pale, his body temp was 97.7, heart rate was 180, obvious bruising on his belly area.

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Lawton Lucky

And he was going into shock.

The vet stabilized him over the next couple of days and we started making a plan with the good samaritan, Sharleen, that saved his life.

Truly, had she not gotten him to the vet that night, he easily could have been found dead the next morning.

X-rays show that his pelvis is broken in two places, his left femur is totally snapped and his left fibula is fractured. 

He also has a right sacroiliac subluxation.  WOW.  Poor little guy.

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He strengthened over the next two days and we arranged for him to go to Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists for surgery.

Sharleen is driving all the way from Lawton, OK to Houston just to save his life.

On Friday afternoon, Mr Lawton Lucky said good bye to the wonderful vet, Dr. Fiorello, at Hergenrether Animal Hospital.

Lucky and Dr Firoillo

and Sharleen loaded him up and headed to Houston

Leaving for Houston

We are still in serious need of funds for Lawton Lucky.

Please CLICK THIS LINK to donate or

send a check to

Lawton Lucky
c/o LSSTLAR
P O Box 7728
Houston, TX  77270

It is possible that the surgery costs less than we anticipate.  If you donate and you want your donation to go ONLY to Lawton Lucky, please include a comment with your donation.  If not, and you are ok with it, we may apply any overage to another needy dog like Thumbelina, Stash, Westcott or Bailey.

Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to saving the lives of shih tzu and lhasa apsos and finding wonderful homes for them.

The unbelievable volunteers in this organization book over 50,000 hours of time each year doing nothing but the tasks needed to save as many tzu and lhasa apsos as possible.

Funds donated for the dogs listed here are earmarked for their care, but at times, we get more than is actually needed (rarely.)  In the event that we do collect more funds than is necessary, those funds will be used for another needy dog.  If you do not want your personal donation to be used for another dog, simply include a note when you are making your donation that you would like your donation refunded if not needed for this specific dog.

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Chele Harlingen–FINAL heartworm treatment

Wow!  Chele came to us in March of 2013

We got him accidentally because animal control “forgot” to euthanize him when his time was up.

Chele Harlingen

Chele Harlingen

We lucked out and thanks to a great rescue friend, we were able to get him safe.

As soon as he got here, we knew he was a very, very sick little boy.  He had pneumonia.

He went straight to GCVS and stayed in oxygen for many, many days.

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After he came home from GCVS, he had a very long recovery period.  Many rechecks to monitor his pneumonia, but finally, he got over it.

Then…..

Almost tragedy……

He developed caval syndrome from his heartworms.  This is when some of the heartworms, which normally reside in the pulmonary artery, migrate into the heart and get tangled up in the heart valve.  It stops the correct flow of blood through the heart and is most often fatal.

We rushed him to GCVS again and he had emergency heart surgery to remove 14 worms from inside his heart.

Chele 14 Heartworms

 

Chele took quite a while to recover from the surgery and get strong enough to start heartworm treatment.

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In November, Chele got the first injection of a “split treatment.”  In this protocol, the dogs gets half of a normal dose of immiticide.  It’s the slow approach to killing the heartworms.

He recovered very well.

Here is his cute New Year’s celebration photo.

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So today, Jan 6, 2014, Chele went to GCVS for his second and FINAL dose of immitide.  If this is successful, Chele will be DONE with everything by February 7.  YAY.

Chele is having treatment at GCVS because of the situation with Caval Syndrome.  He is very susceptible to this happening again, so before we give him the injections, he has to get several diagnostic tests, which is basically a cardiac workup.

Chele at GCVS

 

He got checked in this morning, with Kelly, Dr. Hariu’s assistant.

Chele Checks in at GCVS

Please consider a small donation for Chele’s treatment!

Doing it at GCVS is very expensive.

You can donate via the link to the right:  https://www.petcaring.com/CheleHarlingen

or mail a check to

LSSTLAR
P O Box 7728
Houston, TX  77270-7728

Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to saving the lives of shih tzu and lhasa apsos and finding wonderful homes for them.

The unbelievable volunteers in this organization book over 50,000 hours of time each year doing nothing but the tasks needed to save as many tzu and lhasa apsos as possible.

Funds donated for the dogs listed here are earmarked for their care, but at times, we get more than is actually needed (rarely.)  In the event that we do collect more funds than is necessary, those funds will be used for another needy dog.  If you do not want your personal donation to be used for another dog, simply include a note when you are making your donation that you would like your donation refunded if not needed for this specific dog.

 

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Three cuties need a cardiac workup

Yes, we are suckers when it comes to the older and ill little tzu fluffies.  Yes, yes we are.

And it often gets us into trouble.

Here we have three little cuties that we rescued from different shelters and all three have now been diagnosed with severe heart murmurs.

Normally, the cardiologist will do x-rays, a full blood workup and an echocardiagram to determine the efficiency of their heart.

So, I’m going to let them all introduce themselves…

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Mr Smudge Davis

Hi!  My name is Smudge (don’t ask ME why they chose that name).  I am about 10 years old and a very gentle, laid-back gentleman.  I’m not a barker or whiner, in fact very little phases me.  I know I have to share the loving with the other dogs, but I do love to cuddle and I will even let you carry me around like a baby without any protests.   I started coughing a few weeks ago and had to go visit the vet.  Turns out, I have a heart murmur and had a little fluid in my lungs.  The vet gave me some meds that got the fluid off, but I need to go see Dr. Hairu, the cardiologist at GCVS, to see how bad my heart really is and maybe get some more meds.

 

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Mr. Jimbo Harris

Hello.  I’m glad to meet you!!  I’m Jimbo Harris. I’m a happy-go-lucky little clown.  I love life and would like to live a long time more.  I , too, have a heart murmur and need to

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Miss Susie Q Barker

Well, hello there.  My name is Susie Q.  That horrible picture up there is me when I first got to Ms Teresa’s.   I originally came to Lone Star because I had been hit by a car.  They rushed me to those surgeony people at that giant vet hospital (GCVS) and they fixed me all up.  But, they found out that just like Smudge and Jimbo, I have a bad heart murmur.  So far, I have no symptoms like Smudge, but I also need to go to that Dr. Hariu and see if I need meds.  

This is me now.  How cute am I? 

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All three of these cutie pies need to have a cardiac workup asap.

The cardiac workup typically runs between $600-$800 depending on how much medicine they need.

You can donate via the link to the left or mail a check to

LSSTLAR
P O Box 7728
Houston, TX  77270-7728

Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to saving the lives of shih tzu and lhasa apsos and finding wonderful homes for them.

The unbelievable volunteers in this organization book over 50,000 hours of time each year doing nothing but the tasks needed to save as many tzu and lhasa apsos as possible.

Funds donated for the dogs listed here are earmarked for their care, but at times, we get more than is actually needed (rarely.)  In the event that we do collect more funds than is necessary, those funds will be used for another needy dog.  If you do not want your personal donation to be used for another dog, simply include a note when you are making your donation that you would like your donation refunded if not needed for this specific dog.

 

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Monthly sponsorships for forever fosters

We take in a lot of severely ill and/or older dogs.  Although there is some controversy about doing this because some people think rescues should focus on the young, adoptable dogs, our volunteers believe taking in those that no one else wants is what “rescue” is all about.  So we accept the older ones in when we are able.

We have a program for them – we call it “Divine Lives.”  It means that the dogs are divine and are worthy of life.  As long as they are happy and living a quality life, we will treat them with all they need.

We have decided to set them up on insurance.  The insurance for seniors is approximately $75 a month.  If they get ill and require hospitalization for a new illness or injury, the insurance will cover 90% of the total cost less the exam fees.

We’re going to list all of the forever fosters here.  Some already have expensive monthly medicine for pre-existing conditions and we’ll list it here also.

So, introducing the Lone Star Divine Lives……

 

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Fisk Bastrop – Adorable little Fisk came to us with a treatable condition called Ehrlichia.  He had to have a blood transfusion and is on medicine to kill the ehrlichia.  His  monthly expenses are small right now.  We would like him to be our first insured Divine Life. 

The insurance donation is a MONTHLY donation.  By clicking this link, you are signing up for paypal to automatically give the amount to Fisk’s plan.

CLICK HERE:

In memory of Lorraine B. Kennedy, shih tzu lover.

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Lorraine B. Kennedy was born in Omaha, NE. She passed at the age of 86 in Houston, TX on September 23, 2013. Lorraine was a loving wife to Victor H. Kennedy. She is survived by her three sons. Stephen and his partner Maggie Cronin, his children Paul and Morgan along with their mother Jo Ann. John, his wife Ann and their son William. Mark and numerous friends and extended family.

Lorraine is preceded in death by her husband Victor H. Kennedy and her parents Roy and Olive Busch.

Lorraine and her family relocated to Texas in 1964 where her two sons John and Mark remain today. In Houston, she enjoyed a long career of 27 years at Conoco where she worked as a legal secretary.

How Lorraine became an avid shih tzu fan.

Lorraine’s youngest son Mark, who lived with her, rescued an abandoned Shih Tzu Mark discovered taking shelter under her bedroom window. At first, Mark tried to contact rescue organizations in hopes of finding a home for the dog they would later name “Susie.” Lorraine and Mark very quickly became attached to Susie and Lorraine said to Mark, “ Why don’t we keep her?” For the next several years caring for Susie became another mother and son bonding experience.

A few years after Susie passed, Mark found another Shih Tzu abandoned in the front yard. Once again, Mark set out to find a new home for the dog knowing this time his mom would not be able to provide a permanent home since her heath was declining and she would not be able to care for a pet by herself when he was out of town. Mark did find a new home for the dog with a friend and neighbor who lived just across the street. It worked out best for everyone because when Mark was in town, he could provide “doggie daycare” for the Shih Tzu named Lucky while the neighbor spent her day with her husband who is in a nursing home. Lorraine and her son were once again able to enjoy the companionship of having a Shih Tzu until the day she passed.

Lorraine and Mark appreciate all those individuals who work for and support Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue.

Lorraine’s family has asked that donations be made in her memory to Lone Star Shih Tzu & Lhasa Apso Rescue.

The online link to make donations via credit card or paypal is HERE.

Or, checks can be mailed to

LSSTLAR
In Memory of Lorraine Kennedy
P O Box 7728
Houston, TX  77270-7728

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August 2013 Heartworm treatments

We have several little dogs needing heartworm treatment.  All have had their 30 days of doxycycline to prepare and now need the treatment.

Heartworm disease is a horrible disease.  It is preventable by simply giving them a $5 preventative each month.  Heartworms take a horrible toll on the dogs’ hearts and respiratory system. 

 

You can donate to these little fluffers here:  https://www.petcaring.com/August2013HeartwormTreatment

 

Or simply send a check to them at

LSSTLAR

P O BOX 7728

Houston, TX  77270-7728

 

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Captain Lampassas

 

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Cinder Barker – Cinder’s treatment has already been underwritten.

 

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Zaniel Barker

 

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Gentry Garland

 

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Sly Cartwright

 

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Olivia Ranger

 

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Kroger Ranger

 

 A Kingsley Barker May172013_0405

Kingsley Barker

 

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Curtis Barker

 

Katie Barker

Katie Barker

 

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Valentino Harris

 

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Rosalinda Barker

 

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Presley Brazoria

 

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Dijon Mongtomery

 

Harmony Barker

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Vanilla Bean Barker

 

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Amanda Harris

August 2013 major emergencies

We’re under water because of several serious major emergencies this month.  We’re combining them all here to simplify thing for us and you!

We need help getting out of this hot water.  Right now, all of our emergency funds AND MORE are depleted.  I’m having an anxiety attack that there will soon be another emergency and we won’t be able to handle it.

Please consider a donation.  Please consider asking your dog loving friends, or even CHALLENGING you dog loving friends, to donate to these pupsters.   They are all very deserving, all sweet, no biters, all really just ready for the next chapter in their lives.  We wanted to help them get there.

 

Toody Harris – hit by car

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Toody’s donation link is here.

Please consider a donation for this cute little broken girl.

 

Alexa Hill – Bladderstones

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HERE is Alexa’s donation page.

Please consider a donation to little Alexa Hill.

 

 

Simone Turner – Bladderstones

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HERE is Simone’s donation page. 

Please consider a donation to Lady Simone Turner.

 

Twix Worth – Anemia

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HERE is Twix’s donation page. 

Please consider a donation to Twix Worth.

 

Cyndi Bexar – Tumors

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HERE is Cyndi’s donation page.

Please consider a donation to little Cyndi Bexar.

 

Ernie Harris – Broken Leg

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HERE is Ernie’s donation page.

Please consider a donation to little Mr. Ernie.

 

Kohl Harris – Back Surgery

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HERE is Kohl’s donation page.

Please consider a donation to little Kohl Harris.

 

Nola Belle Orleans – Back Surgery

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HERE is Nola Belle’s donation page.

Please consider a donation to little Nola.

 

Paris Harris – Pyometra

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HERE is Paris’s donation page. 

Please consider a donation to Paris Harris.

 

Walter Jefferson – 15 year old with horribly infected teeth

Walter Jefferson on the way home

HERE is Walter’s donation page.

Please consider a donation to little Walter Jefferson.

 

Mugsy Bexar – MRI for back issues

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HERE is Mugsy’s donation page.

Please consider a donation to little Mugsy Bexar.

Got some change, save a life!

 

https://www.petcaring.com/backsurgery_NolaBella_Kohl_Mugsy
You may have seen Nola Belle’s post earlier today. This pet caring links all the pups with back surgeries this week together. Adorable Mugsy and Kohl are also scheduled for surgery. Can you spare any change or even a buck or two to donate to their cause. These surgeries are EXPENSIVE but we think these pups are worth it!
https://www.petcaring.com/backsurgery_NolaBella_Kohl_Mugsy

2013 Recap–first six months

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We’ve had an unbelievable year so far. Thank you for allowing us to save so many little dogs.

Here are a few statistics.

We rescued 218 dogs from January 1 to June 30, 2013

  • 136 from area shelters – these are dogs that likely would have been euthanized without rescue.
  • 25 from owners
  • 41 strays
  • 13 puppies born in our program – Larettes, Trishettes and Pattypups
  • 3 abandoned at vet clinics or groomers

We handled 10 critically ill or injured dogs that all survived and are doing well.  (See the bottom of the page for pictures and more details)

  • Gayle Starling – hit by car – broken pelvis and diaphragmatic hernia
  • Silas Worth – hit by car – broken pelvis and tetanus
  • Jessie Joshua – hit by car – broken pelvis and femur
  • Sly Cartwright – lung torsion – part of one lung lobe removed
  • Frick Ranger – Inflamatory bowel – hospitalized in severe distress
  • Chele Harlingen – viral pneumonia and caval syndrome
  • Picket Barker – mauled by a larger dog
  • Chintz Harris – mauled by a larger dog
  • Fisk Bastrop – ehrlichia
  • Henessey Ranger – spinal cyst

We have three currently being teed up for surgeries

  • Kohl Harris – disc problem – on cage rest
  • Mugsy Bexar – disc problem – on cage rest
  • Nola Belle Orleans – disc problem – on cage rest

We took in several seniors, some still needing homes.

  • Kim Ranger – Adopted!
  • Antionette Barker – needs a foster or adoptive home
  • Carmen Barker – needs a foster or adoptive home.
  • Zitch Davis – needs a foster or adoptive home
  • Princess Turner – needs a foster or adoptive home
  • Gentry Garland – needs a foster or adoptive home
  • Yuri Royse – needs a foster or adoptive home
  • Marjorie Royse – needs a foster or adoptive home
  • Ronnie Royse – in a wonderful foster home – thanks FM Margaret
  • Thumbelina Ranger – needs a foster or adoptive home
  • Spock Dallas – needs a foster or adoptive home

 

Partner Program

Last year, we finally looked reality in the face and found that we just couldn’t absorb all of the little tzus and lhasas that needed help.  Even together with the other breed rescues – three in the DFW area that specifically rescue tzus – and the all-breeds that like little fluffy dogs, we just couldn’t absorb them all.  We created a committee to look into transferring some of our Texas dogs to other areas of the country.  We found a couple that followed our philosophy of taking in not only the perfect young females, but also taking in older dogs and dogs with health problems.  We asked these organizations to “apply” to help us with the Texas dogs.  We found two such organizations – one in Ohio (Save our Shelter Shih Tzu) and one on Long Island(Precious Pups).

So far this year, we were able to transfer 128 little dogs to our partners up north. Without these partners, we could not help the dogs of Texas in such numbers!

 

URGENT dogs saved

We told you we took in 10 critically ill or injured little ones.  We couldn’t do this without significant help from our supporters.  These are all dogs that cost at least $5,000 each to save.  You are responsible for these dogs being alive today.  Celebrate!

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Silas Worth – Little Silas was hit by a car and laid untreated for as long as two weeks.  He had a huge gaping wound in his abdomen and a broken pelvis.  We immediately took him to Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists to have his broken pelvis repaired.  The surgery was completely successful, but the day after his surgery, he started having strange neuro symptoms – he was quickly diagnosed with tetanus!  Yes, tetanus.  Almost unheard of in dogs, the tetanus bacteria must have gotten into his system when he was cut on his abdomen.  Silas stayed in the hospital, rigid as a stick, for almost three weeks.  He was on muscle relaxer and iv nutrition, but he prevailed.   and he is now in his forever home.

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Chele Harlingen – little man came from a south Texas shelter with a horrible case of viral pneumonia.  He had to stay in ICU at GCVS for over a week in oxygen.  Slowly, he improved and was released.  Under the fantastic care of his foster mom, he gained a lot of weight and was preparing for heartworm treatment when ANOTHER issue hit.  He started having brown urine – a symptom of the almost-always fatal caval syndrome.  In this situation, heartworms migrate backwards from the pulmonary artery directly into the heart and get entangled in the tricuspid valve.  Chele was rushed into emergency surgery and 14 horrid heartworms were removed from Chele’s heart.  He’s recovering now and preparing for heartworm treatment.

Jessie Joshua so cute

Jessie Joshua – another simply adorable little dog hit by a car who was brought to the animal shelter.  Jessie was in Joshua, TX and a group of unbelievable volunteers rallied to drive her all the way to Houston’s amazing speciality hospital, Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists for her surgery.  She had two procedures – one to plate the broken pelvis and another to remove the top of her badly broken femur.  She’s recovered and has recently been adopted.

 

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Gayle Starling – hit by car – broken pelvis and diaphragmatic hernia – poor Gayle was in severe pain when she was brought into the animal shelter as a hit by car.  So bad, in fact, the animal control officer had decided to humanely put her to sleep when she remembered what suckers we are.  We got a late night email from a contact at the shelter, and thankfully, were allowed to bring this little girl the next day to Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists.  Her broken pelvis was repaired and she was doing well when she developed a cough.  Thinking she had pneumonia, we sent her to the vet for x-rays.  They found a serious diaphragmatic hernia – a rip in her diaphragm which was allowing her liver, intestines, etc to migrate into her thoracic cavity.  One lung had collapsed and that is what was causing her to cough.  She immediately went into surgery and the hernia repaired.  Gayle had now been adopted.

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Sly Cartwright – lung torsion – part of one lung lobe removed.  Sly was a weird one.  He started coughing, like he had kennel cough, so off he went to our vet.  The chest  x-ray revealed a condition even the vet had to look up – one of his lungs had twisted (torsion) and when the blood flow was cut off, the bottom of the lobe had died.  He, too, had to go immediately to GCVS for surgery to remove part of his lung.

Frick Ranger

Frick Ranger – Inflamatory bowel – hospitalized in severe distress.  Frick suffered a serious bout of inflamatory bowel disease – his intestines became seriously inflamed and he started having massive diarrhea and lost a lot of weight in a very short time.  After a five day stay in the hospital, Frick recovered and with a special diet, he is thriving.

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Picket Barker – Picket came to us when we got an urgent message from the Houston city shelter that a little shih tzu came in with serious bites all over his body.  We rushed him to the vet, where we found huge teeth marks all over his chest.  He had a large abcess full of nasty pus on his chest between the two largest “holes” in his body.  The vet drained the abcess and put in a tube to remove additional pus as his body healed.  It took a month, but he bounced back and is the sweetest little guy ever.  Picket has been adopted and is living the life a tzu should.

Chintz Chilling

Chintz Harris – Chintz’s story is about the same as PIckets.  She came in after being mauled by a larger dog.  Several weeks later, with a lot of antibiotics and loving care from her foster mom, Chintz survived and even thrived.  She was adopted by her Foster mom and is truly living the good life.

Fisk Bastrop in hospital

Fisk Bastrop – Fisk came to us a very thin, emaciated little boy.  Bloodwork revealed a very, very anemic little dog and other signs that pointed our vet straight to a disease called ehrlichia.  It’s a tick borne bacteria that attacks the platelets and causes the dog to start bleeding from everywhere.  Luckily, we got him before the bleeding happened and after a couple of weeks of touch and go scares, Fisk beat the disease down and is now doing well.

Hennessey at Home

Henessey Ranger – Hennessey came to us when a good samaritan found him in a ditch and thought he’d been hit by a car.  He couldn’t walk.  The vet did x-rays and couldn’t find any significant injury and also couldn’t find a back injury, so we put Hennessey on crate rest for three months.  He didn’t get worse, but he didn’t improve like we’d like.  So off to the Neurology group at GCVS he went.  We found that he had a fluid filled cyst on his spinal column which was pushing on the spinal cord and causing the neurological issues.  He had surgery and stayed in the hospital for a week but walks and runs like nothing was ever wrong.

 

About Lone Star Shih Tzu & Lhasa Apso Rescue

Lone Star Shih Tzu & Lhasa Apso Rescue is an all-volunteer group headquartered in Houston, TX.  We believe in TRYING to save them all, even though it’s often a very stressful and demanding “job.”   We’re always asking for foster homes and donations because we don’t believe in waiting until we have money to save a dog – we believe that we’ve got to save them and THEN we’ll ask for help with donations.  Ok, it’s not the sane way to do it, but it does allow us to save a ton of dogs.

If you’d like to make a donation to help save the next little dog, CLICK HERE TO DONATE VIA PAYPAL.

 

THANK YOU!

Again, thank you for allowing us to save these dogs.