Sarah and Banji thought they had at long last found a forever home, but when their new owner’s existing dog attacked Banji, both Hounds were surrendered on December 11th to the Lee County Animal Shelter in South Carolina. Sarah is two years old, and both dogs tested heartworm positive. Amazingly enough, after being rescued, eight-year-old Banji re-tested as heartworm negative.
When SQ Rescue in South Carolina expressed interest in Sarah and Banji on January 17th, Brandi Sowell, RADAR’s liaison with the Lee County Animal Shelter, turned to us for assistance with their vetting costs. We agreed and both dogs were safe. “Thank y’all so much!” Brandi said. “I’m so excited these girls are getting out and finally getting the care they deserve!” Sarah had her initial vetting and started her heartworm treatment medication on January 17th.
“Sarah is a fun and loving petite little Hound,” the rescue told us. “She has random bursts of energy and runs at full speed around the yard. But she loves napping just as much. She enjoys playing with other fur friends. Sarah wants love and attention often, and is fast to give hugs and kisses. She loves her foster siblings, and is also good with cats!” Click here to view more photos of Sarah.
RADAR paid all of Sarah’s initial vetting and heartworm medication costs, which totaled $152.
UPDATE! Sarah has been adopted!
UPDATE! All funds for Sarah have been raised! Thank you!
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Added on February 3, 2019.