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Believe it or not, another surgery!

Dogs needing surgery

Dogs needing surgery

Here we are, barely three months into a new year and Rosie has taken on yet another dog with a fracture that requires specialized surgery.

You’ve likely already read about Bobbi, who came to us in January, and Lisa, who was rescued in February.

Thankfully, Bobbi is doing well in his forever home; his cast has come off and his family is totally in love with him. They are is so grateful to Rosie for saving Bobbi and can’t imagine life without him.

Lisa is coming along quite well. She is still recuperating from the surgery needed to repair three separate factures, and is receiving physiotherapy to help in her recovery. It won’t be long before she is ready for her forever home.

Now meet Maya. Maya is a 3-month-old large mixed breed pup who was brought to the veterinary clinic with a broken leg. Unfortunately, due to the high cost of surgery, the family could not keep her and had to choose between having her euthanized or surrendering her to Rosie. As she is such a sweet dog, there was really only one choice. Maya is now resting at her foster home and will need many weeks to recuperate. God bless the fosters!!

Needless to say, these surgeries are expensive, and treatment for Bobbi, Lisa and Maya comes to about $ 10,000.00. We know the dogs are worth the expense; we wouldn’t have taken them on otherwise, but we cannot continue to take on special needs’ dogs without the help and support of others. If you believe that these helpless animals deserve a second chance and would like to help them, please make a donation. We thank you – and so do all these precious dogs who don’t have voices of their own.

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Rosie’s Survivors Fund


Max was flown to Montreal to save his life and relieve his pain as he was very painful after being hit. Max was hit by a snowmobile in the North. There are no vets in the far North to treat a dog so the owners do what they can for the dogs. On arrival at our vets, they found that he had fractured bones in his foot. He was not neutered yet either. So Max was neutered and a cast was put on his leg which will remain from 4 to 6 weeks. Donations again have helped save Max as in the North he would not have received any medical care.

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