Yes, little Wilson is a buddy of big Woodrow! Both dogs and Buddy were surrendered to the Montgomery County Animal Shelter in Kentucky in mid-September. The father of the daughter who owned the dogs took them to the shelter because his daughter wasn’t taking care of them. The lack of care was evident, with both dogs having mange and testing heartworm positive.
Wilson is an active three-year-old Chihuahua-Rat Terrier mix, who seems inseparable from Woodrow. Wilson loves to run and play, gets along well with other dogs, and is going to be a great family dog! Click here to see more photos of Wilson.
In response to pleas for help with Woodrow and Wilson, RADAR offered up to $150 for the vet care for each dog as an incentive for a reputable rescue to take them. The volunteers with the Bourbon County Rescue in Kentucky agreed to take the dogs!
The rescue volunteers took care of Wilson’s initial vetting and mange treatment costs. A generous supporter of the rescue covered the heartworm treatment costs! Both dogs are now in foster care, and recovering from their heartworm treatment.
RADAR has committed to covering Wilson’s upcoming neutering cost of $39.
UPDATE! All funds for Wilson have been raised! Thank you!
UPDATE! Wilson has been adopted!!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Wilson:
Added on October 21, 2012.