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Fixing years of neglect and abuse.

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog
  • Name: WILL & SHILOH
  • Size: Large
  • Sex: Male
  • Age: Senior

$1,020.00 raised of $2,000.00

Heidi's Legacy brought in two very sadly neglected seniors and pledged to them good medical care and love. Both boys had seemed to have given up and were awaiting death. 

Will is emaciated and ​in starvation mode, ​needing nutritious food​ on a regular basis.​ He​ has elephant skin, which requires antibiotics, ​medicated shampoos, ​special oils, and supplements​. He needs​ flea prevention and lots of loving care​. Also, Will requires medications for ​eye and ear infections​ as well as heartworms. We ​are waiting for the results of his blood panel. 

Shiloh is also emaciated and is suffering with his own problems. He is covered with ticks, his hips have lost muscle mass, and he appears to be deaf​. He also has​ ear and eye infections​. ​​H​e is lethargic but show​s​ a strong will to live. He needs a blood panel run, a 4dx test for tick-born diseases and heartworm determination. The vets said it will be thousands of dollars to treat him. 

These boys need our help desperately. They have faced so much abuse and pain, and we need to show them that some good exists in the world. Please consider donating to Will and Shiloh today. 


Updates

  • Both boys

    Yes have proven the vets wrong They have strong wills to live!  It is so beautiful to see!

    July 12, 2018


  • The boys feel so so much better with their medicated baths and medicine getting in them

    July 02, 2018