Dutch Fork Animal Hospital is one of the many animal clinics in South Carolina that have helped Noah's Arks Rescue provide their rescues with premier medical care. Noah's Arks Rescue saves sick, debilitated, and injured animals with the hope of rehabilitating them and giving them a new chance at life. These dogs have come from sordid pasts and through this rescue organization they have the opportunity to find loving homes. Jennifer, head of Noah's Arks Rescue, and her team of volunteers hope to raise awareness of animal cruelty and abuse. We'd like to highlight some of the rescues that we have worked with and loved.
Click on their pictures to read their stories!
If you or someone you know is interested in rescuing an animal, check out Noah's Arks Rescue's website. Our Rescue Group page also has information for several other rescues, including Noah's Arks, that have many animals to choose from. Many of these rescue organizations operate on donations, contact the organizations for more information on lending a helping hand.
HOOCH is a 4 year old beautiful Mastiff/Boxer mix. Someone tight some wire around his legs and left him behind. He is an incredible dog, sweet and playful. He is house- and crate trained, vaccinated, neutered, micro chipped, heartworm negative, and professionally temperament tested and evaluated. Call 843.540.6755 for more info or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Application, homecheck and adoption fee required. We adopt out of state and help to arrange transport possibilities. Download the application and read his story at: http://noahs-arks.net/.
Bambi was taken in by Noah's Arks Rescue after her owner surrendered her to an animal shelter. She was very thin, had a large wound on her rear leg, a tumor on her front leg and swelling around her hip. Her wound was infected with MRSA and needed to be treated immediately. We began treatment with K-laser therapy and medication. It slowly began healing, as it looked to be an old wound. Once she had gained some weight and was stable enough to undergo surgery, we removed the mass on her front leg and radiographed her hip to diagnose the problem. The mass on her front leg came back cancerous, but the biopsy showed that we were able to remove it completely and she should be as good as new! Her hip appeared dislocated as an old injury and thus had developed severe arthritis; Bambi didn't even act like she was hurting! Because of her age and the severity of the injury, surgery was not the best option and has been recieving Adequan injections for the arthritis. She is currently at a foster home where she is being rehabilitated; she is looking better everyday and her weight is right where it should be! Her foster home is giving her basic training and she is currently looking for her forever home!