Brennan was found lying in the middle of a highway. The person who found him thought the ten-year-old Beagle mix had been hit by a car or was dead. Much to the person’s surprise, Brennan stood up as the car door opened! Brennan had no collar or tags so the kind Samaritan took Brennan to the Fairfield County Animal Shelter in South Carolina on May 23rd. Brennan was found to be heartworm positive and also badly needed some dental care. The name Brennan means ‘sadness’ and the outlook did look sad for a senior with multiple health issues in a rural shelter.
Brennan had an ‘angel’ looking out for him in the form of Penny Angels Beagle Rescue in New Jersey. Patty Guthrie from the rescue contacted RADAR on May 29th. The rescue asked for help with Brennan’s medical expenses. We agreed to assist this senior. Brennan had x-rays to determine the type of heartworm treatment he would need, was neutered and had twelve teeth extracted on June 8th.
Patty is fostering Brennan. “He gets along well with her other dogs,” Patty told us. “His dental work has not affected his appetite in any way shape or form!” Be sure to view more photos in Brennan’s gallery.
RADAR paid $350 towards the x-ray, neutering and dental treatment costs for Brennan.
UPDATE! All funds for Brennan have been raised! Thank you!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Brennan:
If you are interested in adopting Brennan, please contact Penny Angels Beagle Rescue.
Added on June 21, 2020.