Update on Rose
FBV’s little Rose of Avondale is doing fantastic! She is a very playful and happy pup these days. We’ve added some more pictures of her from one of her latest laser treatments (which she loves), acupuncture and a ride in the car. Her foster mom says, “Honestly, I am not sure if she loves wearing the goggles more then the treatment itself. So far she has been a big hit with all the resident dogs (all Frenchies, one Belgium Sheep dog and a cranky old Fox Hound). The Belgium sheep dog is 10 months old and they play non stop. Rose will over heat herself in a heart beat playing, so you have to watch her. She is hard core in the play department.”
She is still very fascinated with the horses and not sure what to make of them. She is now willing to let them smell her, but she can not figure out how to play with them. She has given it a gallant try, but the horses only look at her with mild interest. They find her “grunting” as intriguing as she finds their whinnying – very loud & odd. She cocks her head side wise when they start to nicker at her. It’s just about the cutest thing you ever could see.
All the wounds on her back have healed up completely. Her bladder infection has cleared up as well. Her rectum area is really healing nicely. She seems to have better control of her continence, but we still have a little ways to go in that area, since her rectum is not completely healed yet. The weekly laser treatments are working wonderfully.
She is loving, an attention hog and plays well with others. Rose will make somebody a wonderful family member. She is a fighter with tremendous heart. She had to be, in order to remain so full of life and to rebound so strongly, from where she was a few weeks ago.
Rose needs sponsors to help pay for her care. Let’s show this sweet girl some love! Please consider donating to help Rose.
Urgent: Please Help Norrie
Little Miss Noorie was brought into a Kentucky Animal Control center by someone who said that Noorie roamed into their back yard with her sister. Both Noorie and her sister were intact and obviously used for breeding. Noorie’s sister was healthy and was pulled into a rescue, but Noorie was left behind because of her uncertain medical needs. She spent days alone and scared without her sister, sitting in the AC cage with a huge tumor on her tummy – and no real medical attention. Someone was interested in adopting her, until they saw her tumor – and then they quickly walked away. French Bulldog Village went to work to bring this girl into our care.
Read more of Noorie’s story and get updates on her progress here.
Please Help Noorie!
Thank you to the following Sponsors!
- Karen Bringol: For Noorie! You remind me so much of my Lovey.
- Felicia Comer – Noorie’s surgery
- M Sanchez
- Phyllis Cassella
- Ximena Olivares
- Stefanie Johnson: For Noorie! Thanks for taking her in when another rescue turned her away. This is what rescue is all about…. Helping the ones who really need it! Wish it could be more, but I hope it helps!
- Melissa Radford
- Charlotte DeConcilio: I will always be there for all the wonderful Frenchies Please give me updates.
- Wendy Harrington: To help Noorie!!
- Debbie Capps: For Noorie xoxo; my heart breaks that she was separated from her sister, but I know she’s in good hands now. Such a sweet face