Bianca, a nine-year-old Shepherd mix spent her life chained outside. On January 31st, she was attacked by another dog. Her owner broke up the fight with a shovel, and in the process struck Bianca in the head. Instead of seeking vet care, her owner dumped her at the Pocahontas County Animal Shelter in West Virginia later that same day. She remained at the pound for over 24 hours without any vet care. The Highland County Humane Society in Virginia sought RADAR’s help on the evening of February 3rd. We agreed to assist, and Bianca was pulled and taken to the vet on February 4th. Fortunately, with proper vet treatment, Bianca recovered quickly. Thanks to the generosity of the vet providing her services at cost and the folks at Highland raising enough funds for Bianca, Highland County Humane Society asked that RADAR’s assistance be used for another at-risk dog. (February 2014)
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Thank you so much, Peggy... for adopting Bianca and giving her the love she so deserves, for sharing this wonderful photo of her! and for supporting our mission!
I have adopted Bianca. She has settled in and is sleeping on the sofa surrounded by toys. She seems to have a love affair with stuffed animals!
Thank you for rescuing Bianca and getting her surgical help whe she needed it. RADAR will be added to my list of charities.
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