Paw Up! Date!! Our Parvo Survivor Jasmine!!
It was evident to us when we rescued Jasmine from the Orange Co shelter with Parvo and Puppy Strangles she had been neglected. She was scared, withdrawn, defeated and very sick. She spent a few weeks in the hospital getting better and when she was cleared to go to a foster home one of our AMAZING fosters (and past adopters) stepped up for this special girl.
After just one week of love, more love and lots of love our girl is blossom ing into the puppy she was meant to be! Jasmines has her whole life ahead of her because we cared, we stepped up when no other rescue was going to and now, because of this AMAZING VILLAGE, she will have a chance at life! She would love a forever home for the holidays, but for now her foster family is giving her exactly what she needed!! Fostering saves lives, enriches lives and makes a different one life at a time!
For more information on Jasmine visit our website www.labradorsandfriends.org THANK YOU to EVERYONE who donated, shared and cared about this special girl! <3
In the Beginning: Given away for free on Craigs List, surrendered to the Orange Co Shelter sick with strangles and Ithen immediately tests positive for PARVO…this is Jasmine's story! At only 6 months old, this innocent puppy has been betrayed not once, but twice! An urgent plea went out for rescue and by 5:00 pm NO ONE stepped up to help her…well we did! Now we need everyone's help to save Jasmine!
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