“I just wanted to send you guys a quick message. This is Bear. You all helped him receive his Heartworm Treatment in January. Since having his procedure, Bear has been such a happy dog! It’s as if he knows what happened and has an entire new look at life! He’s started Doggie Day Care which […]
Had a mass on side of eye and is doing very well!
Ms. Beatrice’s surgery was better than expected Friday. In fact, she did so well in recovery, I was able to take her home Friday late afternoon! She was very happy to be home and her kitties were glad to have her back! She will return in a few days for a check up to make […]
Ginger had successful surgery last Wednesday. I got her home Friday night and she is a whole new dog. She sure is happy to be alive. She can lift her head again and wags her tail like the professional tail wagger she is. She is heavily medicated three times a day and snores like a […]
Once again, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the grant you gave us. Jarvis had his surgery on March 10, and I’ve been hoping his fur would grow back so we’d have some cute photos to send you soon, hence the delay. It’s still a little bald but he is fully recovered and able to […]
We just had our monthly checkup with our oncology vet. Freya’s tumor is gone!! 🙂 We are celebrating Freya’s 2nd birthday because of your generous help towards her radiation treatment. We now have hope that we will be able to enjoy many more birthdays with her……… Granted there is a slight complication – the tumor […]
Thank you one and all once again for your incredible kindness! Prayers ARE answered! Thanks to the 11th hour benevolence of the Mosby Foundation, we were able to proceed with Joker’s surgery yesterday! Although the surgery was more significant than initially predicted, he came through the procedure with flying colors! According to the Vet, we […]
Thank you for your generous donation towards my dog’s surgery!! This is Penelope after she had the 3 masses removed.
An Update on Wink – 5/18/17 Dear Mosby Friends, It has been nearly seven weeks since Wink’s last operation at Texas A&M. During this procedure, a fourth stent was placed in Wink’s right nasal passage. As you may know, Wink only has one nasal passage and it’s basically man-made. His left side was damaged so […]
Del was 70 when he adopted a Cocker Spaniel puppy who he named Madge. Del was a man with not much money but a whole lot of love; he and Madge became inseparable. When Madge was 9 years old, she carried around a five-pound mammary tumor and Del had toes amputated due to diabetes. Still, […]
Thank you all for your kindness; donations, attention, sharing, thoughts, and prayers for River! She is doing well however still struggling to breathe and waiting on her next surgery where she will have a permanent stent placed. I’ve been working hard researching, raising awareness, crafting, and doing anything and everything I can to try and […]
Donate Now! There are few times over the past decade that a dog’s plight has touched me as much as this one does. What this little 2 year old dog has endured in his short life is criminal. I would like you to know that he is in a fabulous home now, but is still […]
It’s been over a year since we discovered that Trudy needed her eyes removed. You folks were instrumental in helping us through these surgeries and I wanted to let you know how vastly Trudy’s life has improved since removing the source of all her pain. She is a confident little dog and runs with wild […]
Seattle, WA – It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, it’s the kind of relationship every pet guardian cherishes, the kind that makes every day a fond memory. That’s the way it was for Shae and her Labrador, Sasha. From the moment they met, it was if they were twin souls, an indescribable bond […]
Augusta County, VA – Over the years, we’ve written many stories about canine abuse and neglect. Every single one of those stories was heartbreaking, and we all ask ourselves, “How could that happen?” But then there’s the other side of life, and that’s Beau’s story, a story of deep love and profound tragedy. Beau was […]