My name is Blossom Mona Lisa, baby husky!

Siberian Husky Puppy for adoption in Corona, California - Blossom Mona Lisa, baby husky
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Musical Truckin Dogs Adoption Assistance Program

Facts about Blossom Mona Lisa, baby husky

  • Breed: Siberian Husky
  • Color: Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - With White
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: bmlcas101116
Blossom has now had all her shots, and is ready to be adopted. We are now accepting the application to adopt her and your bid on her fees.

To receive "Bid Package for Blossom" Email:

Request Bid Package on Blossom on subject line.
Include your phone, and email, and name and address

Things to consider:

That you have someone home most of time, and that she will be properly taken care of at all times.

You must be able to take her to her surgeon and internist in Tustin, in case of an emergency.

That you understand the breed

You will pay and have her fixed and chipped at six months old; documents will be sent to us by vet as proof via fax: 951- 279-1135. these records will go to the Corona Police Animal Control to satisfy their requirements.

This is her story: Please read: to read this journey, it has been 15 days of her being in a hospital. Her Larynx Paralyzed because a human harmed her. She is now at our Sanctuary and with 24 hour care and doing incredible. Brilliant surgeon in Tustin really saved her. . . . it has been life changing, and she is just beautiful. Current pictures are on this other site as well.

Monday of this week OCTOBER 10, I Picked up this baby at our shelter, she was in critical condition. She could not breath, nor hold any food done. She had been brought to the shelter on Saturday. Immediately she was taken to a local vet, who saw nothing in X-rays, but believed she had a collapsed trachea. ? Well it was now Monday, and she was struggling to live. I was at the shelter picking up five really tiny puppies and their mom all starved and flea ridden. But I knew I had to help her, and the shelter asked me if I could do something. I DID.

I picked up the babies, brought them home to the Sanctuary, made a few calls, raised a few dollars, and found the best hospital possible that knew how to handle trachea issues, as I know they are nearly impossible to fix. We had no idea how bad it was, she was turning blue. Within two hours I knew the name of the place I was going, and I was on my way back to the shelter, leaving my husband washing the five babies.

The animal control officer was as excited as I was, we were going to save her if possible. They were closed, but doors opened as I pulled up in our Pet Emergency Vehicle. But when we went to the back to pick her up I had doubts. She was blue, and struggling to live. And violently vomiting.

I held her as I drove on the 91 freeway at traffic time. I sang to her, told her stories, tried not to cry, and drove like a maniac. I kept praying a cop would come, but no. Anyway, I knew she could not be upset, so along we drove, with here struggling for every breath. I called the place when I got off the freeway at the exit they had told me earlier, I left the directions behind, but their staff stayed on the phone with me, and she and I Pulled up, the staff ran to get her, and she was gone, she was in critical condition. Within seconds this place had her on a tube for oxygen, an IV started packed with nutrients, meds, and more, and all was set up for her arrival just from my phone call originally. They knew every second mattered.

They had to help me park, I was a mess, and now I could cry. I did not want to upset her. We got all the money affairs in order, and now I had to wait, they kept telling me how she was doing, and minute by minute she got better. At first though she tore off her IV, then when they pulled off the oxygen for a second she started to turn blue again. There was many scary moments, but after about three hours the doctor was able to remove the airway, found a swollen area, and she seemed okay in a oxygen chamber. I finally left, my husband happy to see me, we have many dogs, including a diabetic baby who needs insulin shots twice daily. But I was hopeful.

And by morning she was now eating, the area was healing, and by this afternoon she was off all life support and gobbling up food. I am picking her up tomorrow afternoon, if there is a family who wants to adopt her you will be getting the finest baby in the world, She will be fine. We saved her. She would have died had we not get her help, and we only had very little time to make it all happen.

Call our Doggie Hotline: 909-208-6889. She loves everyone. She is four months old. We may bring her to our Petsmart at Tustin District Dog Show on Saturday, but not sure, depends on how she is doing.

SO So So happy we got to save her life! yes!

About Musical Truckin Dogs Adoption Assistance Program

About Our Rescue Group...

The Musical Truckin' Dogs Adoption Program . . . Angels Saving Animals is and always will be a "unique outside the box" thinking Shelter and Community Re-Homing Assistance Program/ We have goals of adding several other Musical Adoption Events, both Locally and Nationally as soon as funding and opportunity allow. We encourage all visitors to take some time, and review our websites and facebook pages, often it is best to investigate for yourselves about who we are and what we do for Sheltered Animals and people in our community. Our Adoption Gallery holds hundreds of our Successful Adoption Photos, Newsprint, Magazine, Tv Media News Reports, Videos and more, and our Mission Statement. We appreciate those who review us themselves before volunteering, donating, adopting ETC. WITH US.

And on January 6, 2011, we opened our Animal Sanctuary, a place where dogs in danger of being put to sleep will be sheltered and loved until we can find them new and safe homes. We also committed to taking on dogs with medical needs too, so their lives can be saved.

We are always looking for volunteers to come be part of our program, and foster parents for so many of our dogs brought to us in crisis, and we will be allowing rescues to attend our events with a small fee charged.

All our blessings to everyone who loves our animals. It is your voices that will make the world a better place for these voiceless souls.

Since we now take in so many medical needs dogs, all our donations go toward this daily need, we thank you for caring and helping us save every animal possible.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We currently hold Our Musical Adoption Events Every Saturday and Sunday at the Tractor Supply Company located at 2195 HAMNER AVE NORCO,CA 92860
(951)-735-2216. Weather permitting these events are between 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.
We are also often invited to local Petsmart's in the Inland Empire, please phone us for available dates. 909-208-6889.

Our Adoption Process...

Our Program has no added fees to adopters, nor do we charge Shelters who we assist, and each adopter must meet all the requirements of the invited Shelter to our Events, plus we add several important requirements. Our additional Contract agreement can be viewed at anytime by contacting us via e.mail and we will gladly send a copy of the additional standards we require, because our Adoptions take place at our Musical Events, and adopters are approved the same day, we take great care in adding additional requirements, which include Micro-Chipping, Bottled Water because it is not good for animals to receive water from different locations, 72 hour contact, 30 day contact, 6 month and one year contact requirements, plus agreeing to many more quality of life protection standards, and return policies. Please request a copy or visit our Website to learn more. All communications to our program are responded to within 24 hours, usually the same day.