To help, and rescue to safety abandoned, neglected, starving, abused dogs at the rural areas and low income areas of Homestead, Florida City and the Redlands. To raise awareness of dog overpopulation and bring resources for spay and neuter to rural and low income communities. To give these suffering creatures of God a second chance for a better life, a chance to be loved.
Chain of Love was called out because 2 dogs where hit by a car in a remote area of Homestead. Valentine was rushed to the vet. Unfortunately her friend did not make it. She was having seizures and labored breathing and after x-rays they referred us to a specialist for her hip. That appointment is for Monday, in the mean time, she is stable with pain killers keeping her comfortable.
Thank in advanced for your help
Posted on March 21, 2017
Good news valentine is stretching and moving around. She still has a long way before she can find her forever home but progress is being made thank you everyone who is helping
Posted on March 15, 2017
valentine is doing much better. She did get her stitches removed. The vet still ask that we keep her movement to a minimum due to the spinal injury but she will be returning to the vet in 4-6 weeks in hopes of getting the all clear to romp around like a dog should.
As you can see, she is going to be a gorgeous dog wants she gets her coat back.
Thank you so much for everyone's support.
Posted on March 02, 2017
Valentine is still on quite a few pain meds do to her spine and leg injury but is moving a little more. It is going to be a long process of 6-8 weeks.
thank you again for your support.
Posted on February 24, 2017
Valentine will have to spend the next 6-8 weeks in a small enclosure or crate do to the spinal injury. I have updated picture of her incision.
Thanks for your support
Posted on February 22, 2017
Valentine had surgery yesterday. We were suppose to pick her up today but the doctor said she would have to stay longer. She was in pain and her spine hurts her. She is being crated to prevent movement.