for animals with medical needs
Meeko is a 3-year old Rottweiler mix with nothing but love to give!
He was found on the streets of West Columbia by a Good Samaritan
who almost hit him with his car. It took some time for him to gain
Meeko's confidence, but he eventually did and brought him to
PETSinc to find a forever home.
After a medical evaluation, unfortunately, we found out Meeko
is heartworm positive. :-( His cost of care, food and boarding will be
approximately $1,740. Can you help?
Meet the Maui Kittens!
We helped out the Newberry Animal Rescue by taking a litter of abandoned kittens left on their porch - 8 total. These two had scratched corneas that were infected and our veterinarian had to remove one of their eyes - meet Maui Kitten #3 and #8. :-(
If you can, please help with their surgery costs!
UPDATE: Remember Mildred and her 5 pups that were dumped
in our dog park in April. The pups were less than a week old and
it was still cold at night. Well, Mildred has finally weaned her puppies
and we tested her for heartworms. The poor baby is positive and
now must undergo treatment. Mildred is a calm, wonderful dog and
very deserving of a forever home, but first she needs time to heal.
Can you please help with her care?
Mrs. Haveline had 5 pups; 3 males and two females! They will be available for adoption in 3
weeks or so.
Meet Mrs. Havoline! She was found at an extended stay hotel by a Good Samaritan. He asked
the front desk about her and they said she had been there for five days when a previous
tenant had checked out and just left her. They were going to call animal control on Monday to
come and get her. The man didn't want that to happen; so for over an hour, he coaxed her out
and brought her to PETSinc.
Why did we name her Havoline? Because she was hiding out under an idle car and covered in
oil. Why Mrs.? Because we did an ultrasound and she is pregnant with five or six puppies! Oh my!
The Good Samaritan is going to come back on Tuesday to give a donation to help (when he gets
his first paycheck at his new job), but will you help now? Mrs. Havoline and all of us at PETSinc
extend a big paw (well Mrs. Havoline, a little paw) THANK you!