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Blade RushedToVeT

Adult Male Husky / Mixed

This pet is no longer available for adoption.

UPDATE FEB 2004: Blade has been adopted by his foster dad!!!!!!!!! UPDATE: Blade has now recovered and is doing very well (although he is a picky eater). He is ready to be adopted into his own new home. Check out the photos of was when he was sick and the other photo was just taken 2/13. *** URGENT!!!! On Nov 8th Blade was rushed to the hospital with jaundice.His eyes,ears,skin & mouth turned yellow. He is expected to stay in the hospital all weekend & be moved to our regular vet monday morning. Blade needs your help... his medical bills are quickly growing. Please make a donation. My medical bills are $3000 so far and growing!! PLEASE HELP ME by becoming a sponsor! These are sponsors who are helping to keep me alive! THANK WOO!!! Lynda & Blair Falkowski..They have also come forward to be my foster parents! Thank WOO! Wayne Asmussen... Thank WOO! Kathleen Calello.. Thank WOO! Lorraine Barker.. Thank WOO! Kathryn Greenslade.. Thank WOO! Cathy McNerney.. Thank WOO! Randee McQueen.. Thank WOO! Susan Scofield.. Thank Woo! Mark & Chris Homicki.. Thank Woo! Pat Latourette...Thank Woo! Holly Toth..Thank Woo! Sharon Walinski..Thank Woo! Wendy Hayes..Thank Woo Christopher Peddy..Thank Woo! Janis Dilbert.. Thank Woo! Diane Beckham.. Thank Woo! We found him in a city shelter crying a sad husky howl, he was too skinny for adoption...rescue was his only option for a chance at life. We couldnt leave this poor boy so we bailed him out. He was a stray so had no name.. we called him Blade. He walks well on a leash, didnt know how to get into the truck, so I picked him up & placed him in the back & off we went. Blade looked out the window so confused & whimpered while I drove. My the time we reached our kennel he had climbed to the front & rested his head on my shoulder.. :) What a sweet boy! Blade arrived at the kennel on 10/23 & is playing a bit with our other huskies. He is a calm husky & is looking for a family to love. Adoption donations start at $250.00 - this is due to the rising costs of veterinary care and boarding fees which are paid for out of our own pockets. As we are not funded by anyone - adoption donations help to offset only a part of our cost of getting the dog ready for adoption. All dogs are up to date on shots, altered, microchipped, heartworm tested and on preventive, wormed, given flea & tick meds, groomed and given a new leash and collar.
  • Up to date with vaccinations