That’s when Patan Rescue was contacted and they took action to get Ginger the help she so desperately needed. Patan implemented a fundraising campaign so that Dr. Gallardo, could purchase the necessary supplies for surgery to save the arm.
After a number of days it became evident that Ginger’s surgery was not successful and her arm would have to be amputated. She has endured so much suffering in her young life. She spent over a month at the vet clinic.
The good news is, thanks to your generous donations, that she is recovering nicely and doing very well now. Animals do exceptionally well with missing limbs, due to lack of ego. She will be a normal little girl in every way.
We’re hoping to find this sweet soul a permanent or foster home until she can be adopted. She is about 1-year-old, spayed, vaccinated, wormed and weighs about 8 kg. We do expect her to fill out some but she is and will continue to be a very manageable size doggie.
Would you be willing to adopt or foster Ginger? Do you know someone with a big heart who would step up for this innocent creature?
Thank you for your continued support of Patan Rescue Group. Donations may be made via Paypal through the account of Barbara Suderman.
Photos to be posted this morning.
Jo Austin: email@example.com 099 535 7387. Call after: 9 AM.