We love the amount of ongoing support Molly is receiving post-surgery. The best and most effective way to stay up to date with her progress is to follow us on Facebook, where we update supporters and followers with videos and posts. Check her out in action now!
Thank you to everyone. The outpouring of support has been literally life-saving. Molly is doing great. You can visit Facebook (All Better Pets) to see the video of her first walk 12 hours after surgery (or look below). We are over-joyed that people are willing to help our little shelter. We face many challenges with loving creatures that find themselves in crisis.
Molly is officially done and out of surgery! she is awake, but drowsy from anesthesia. Go team
Surgery is almost complete! Closing up, taking radiographs very soon! Your thoughts have helped immensely!
We wanted to take this moment to send out a special thank you to HandicappedPets.com.
Handicapped Pets donated a Walkin’ Wheels dog wheelchair to Molly to help in her rehabilitation. This wheelchair will help Molly get around while her legs mend and she recuperates. Handicapped Pets provides all of the products, services and support that pet caretakers need to help their elderly, disabled and injured pets enjoy healthy, happy, active lives. Learn more about Handicapped Pets by going to their website or liking them on Facebook.
We’ll be sure to share with you pictures of Molly when she is introduced to her wheelchair, and perhaps even some videos of her in action.
Molly is eating very well. She has had a few spikes in her temperature most likely due to excitement when her family is visiting. She wants so badly to get up but cannot so she starts panting and wagging her tail. Her temperature also goes up when she needs to pee. I’m sure she feels like it’s a ‘no no’ to pee inside. Otherwise her temperature has been normal.
Tracking Molly’s Progress
Molly came to us one cold winter evening with four broken legs after being hit by a plow truck. Her owner, a war veteran, couldn’t afford to save her. But rather than humane euthanasia, the owner decided to surrender his dog so that we could find a way to save her. But, rather than save her and find her a new home, we feel it’s important to reunite Molly with her owner. You can read more about Molly here, and track her progress below. Thanks for your support!
All Better Pets is our 501(c) non-profit, created for abandoned, injured, homeless animals. To date we have cared for and placed over 200 pets. If you or someone you know would like to make a donation for Molly’s care, please call (603-669-2002) or email (email@example.com) or even better, stop by to see us!
*If requested we can send you a receipt. Any donation can be claimed on your tax return.