both puppies were found in the streets of Tijuana beginning of August and brought to safety by my local Rescue contact.
Both girls ( we are not sure what mixed breed they are) have weekly check ups with the vet and have been on treatment ever since with medication against mange (which has shown already huge improvement and antibiotics.
the last photo is how they looked at the start of their treatment.
DOLCE & GABANA ( names randomly chosen by the founder of the rescue to express the are BEAUTIFUL) !
We are planning to get them on a transport to WA as soon as there is some interest.
Until then they will be staying at the foster home in CA and will receive the vaccinations they need as puppies (needed for puppies under 5 months).
ADR.org is not sure how big they will be full grown but we would say about 35 -40lbs. per end of August they weight about 18 lbs.
BUT most important they are SAFE and nobody will harm, chase, or even worse try to beat them.
If you would like to be kept in the loop about their progress because you might be interested in adopting one of them , please contact the founder of AnimalDefense Rescue.org WA at ADR@animaldefenserescue.org.
Thank you in the name of DOLCE & GABANA.
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