February 19, 2017
This is a message from our friends at Orphan Dog, a Northen California-based dog rescue NPO. Cowboy was just brought to the rescue today with serious injuries. We’d love for you to consider donating to help Cowboy recover at and to spread the word so that he may find his forever home once he is well, again.
From Orphan Dog:
No animal, no person, no one, no body should ever have to experience what Cowboy has experienced. Never, ever.
This kind of inhumanity diminishes us as humans.
Cowboy came into our partner rescue, Bone Pet Rescue in Covelo with two fractured leg bones. Upon examination, it was discovered that, at some point, he had also suffered a broken jaw that had healed badly. This means that his tongue is always hanging out of his mouth.
The surgery bill for Cowboy will be in the $4,000 range. There have been many generous donors and they need a few more. Donations can be made directly toward his bill by calling Wasson Memorial Veterinary Clinic.
When Cowboy recovers, he will be coming with Orphan Dog to our adoption events to find a new family. He has already shown himself to be a wonderful boy that need a ton of love to make up for his already rough start.
If you’d like to be considered for adoption for Cowboy, please go to OrphanDog.org and put in an application and include that you are applying for Cowboy in the comments.
If you’d like to learn more about his story, you can go to Bones Pet Rescue.