|Shih Tzu Rescue and Adoption
Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue
100% volunteer rescue and adoption group
501(c)(3) charitable organization
|Wills Point Mill Bust
|This is a very, very urgent request for help to save SEVEN little dogs who have lived
their lives in one of the worst puppymills in Texas. They DESERVE to be shown love!!
Read the SPCA's recap of the conditions found at the mill.
There are SEVEN dogs and are described with the following medical conditions:
Three with severe skin problems and general health problems.
One with demodex mange. This mange has, most likely, been passed to this little girl's
Two with eye problems.
One little lhasa female described as "joints broken, all legs/dry eye/cataracts/hook
worms." I just cannot imagine what the "joints broken, all legs" is like.
|We need to get these little dogs as fast as
possible, get them to our vet and get these problems
FIXED. But, we need your help to do so. Please, we
cannot do this without help. Remember that 100%
of what you donate to this fund will go to our
Just based on what it's cost in the past to get mill
dogs to a condition for adoption, we are estimating
$750-$1000 PER DOG - so you can see why we are
in such a dilemma right now.
UPDATE: Our vet has already looked at four of
these dogs - although two have demodex and one has
an eye that will most likely be removed, they are all
heartworm NEGATIVE. So, we don't believe it will
take more than$600-$700 for each dog!!
Please, please, please let us help
these little survivors!!!
|Wills Point Puppymill
|Copyright 2004, Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue
|Copyright 2004, Lone Star
Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso
|OR mail a check made out to Lone Star Shih Tzu and
Lhasa Apso Rescue to P. O. Box 122, Barker,TX
77413-0122. Please add a note in the memo field that the
donation is for the Wills Point Mill Dogs.
In addition to funds, we are desperate for more foster
and adoptive homes - primarily in the greater DFW and
Houston Metro areas. We cover ALL medical expenses
on our little dogs. Foster homes need to have lots of
patience and love for the dogs.
If you would like to apply to be a foster home or adopt
one of these little dogs, please CLICK HERE.