Please view the photos at your discretion, but the pain is real and heartbreaking. Puppies deserve a warm belly of food, a vaccination poke here and there, and time to get into trouble chewing on shoes and learning to potty outside. Unfortunately, Honey has not been given such a great life. Honey is a sweet, scared, young puppy who has spent more time at the vet than any animal should. When Honey came in to the shelter, she had a very large swollen neck. We knew she was bit by something, and she was rushed to the vet. Honey had a 50% chance of survival. Honey was a stray puppy who showed up at someone's house, probably dumped because there are not enough homes for all the unwanted litters in Lawrence county. Honey spent two nights at the vet, received drain tubes, then recently went in to be sedated and receive stitches. Honey will also have to go back to the vet for more procedures to finish the healing process from what is believed to be a snake bite. All of this means more and more vet bills. Without support from the community, WRHS could not save animals like Honey. The medical problems are coming in much faster than the donations to cover them. Please support the animals who need our help like Honey by donating to our medical fund. Honey would also love a special foster with no costs involved, just a loving home for Honey to trust humans and continue her healing process. Thank you for all of your support in helping WRHS save lives.
Donations can be made by mailing a check to WRHS, PO Box 792, Bedford, IN 47421, by clicking the link https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=TXX9G8DYEPZUU or by stoping by the shelter.