Team HOWS 11/16/19 — it’s all about teamwork (with each other, our clients, and other animal welfare groups)! 😉
Today Darlene Hinton, Karen Grubbs, Amy Myers, Jonathan Cooper, Megan Rice, and Stacey Norris teamed up to help Bella, Lady, Lulu, Moon Pie, Sister, Junior, Lucy, Baby Girl, Droopy, Little Bit, Mimi, Sasha, and Prince. We delivered dog houses to three of these sweet babes, and straw bedding, wind/water break curtains, clean no-tip water buckets, stainless steel food bowls, and treats to most of the others. 🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕
We are partnering with Baby Girl’s and Droopy’s mom to help cure their skin issues. She will administer Benadryl and Herbal Solutions for the next couple weeks. If that doesn’t work, HOWS and their momma will help to get them to one of our partnering vets for examination and treatment. We were referred to this family by ACAP (a wonderful group led by Susan Levi out of Louisa). We will revisit soon to bring a couple more needed dog houses.
Prince and Sasha live on a property together. Their person asked us for assistance a couple months back. We stopped by today to see how everyone was doing. Unfortunately Prince appears to have two possible abscesses in his mouth. We are partnering with his people to get him to the vet in the coming days. Sasha’s person has been administering HOWS-supplied Herbal Solutions and Immune Balance to her back, legs, and hind quarters for the last month; we were extremely pleased to see her looking like a different (much improved and happier) dog — red inflamed skin all healed up! 🙌
Our last stop was to visit MaryJane and Busta, who have been HOWS dogs for a couple years now. MaryJane has been re-homed. We were sad to learn that Busta had died at the end of his chain, likely attacked by a coyote. 😥 His teenage person, who had had Busta for 10 years, was noticeably heartbroken. He had built a memorial in the backyard for Busta and recently rescued and abused pitbull named Belle, who stays inside with their old lil dog, Max 💟
All in all we did a LOT of good for the critters we encountered today. And we’ve enabled their people to continue that good... 🤝🐾
Thanks to our supporters for making this all possible! ❤️
💪💪💟🐕 HOWS volunteers Brad (pictured here) and Nancy delivered a HOWS dog house to Danielle yesterday. Danielle stays inside at night, but she needed a warmer place to stay during the day. Thank you to her concerned neighbors. 👍
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Thank you to 4 Hands 8 Paws for your generous donation. And thank you to those who got yourself some cool Critter swag to support The HOWS Project! Please like and follow 4 Hands 8 Paws and their work to support local animal advocacy groups! Thank you Carolyn! ❤️❤️❤️It takes a village... Thank you for the donations and purchases this month! Peyton and I are very appreciative! ... See MoreSee Less
Our HOWS fencing team did it again! Yesterday another beautiful fence was erected for another deserving and beautiful dog! J.J. loved his new 20x40 open running area! He thinks it’s so much better than the kennel he was in. See next post of a great video showing his playful excitement!
We can’t begin to thank our committed volunteers! Even when temperatures dipped below freezing, they still made their way out to this Louisa property! Within an hour or so, everyone started peeling off the layers.. as the day warmed up nicely! It’s amazing how seamless and quick this fence was was constructed.. just under 3 hours for this one..this is a record breaker! Even with a temporary malfunction of our auger.. they didn’t skip a beat!
One of our volunteers even introduced us to some great time-saving tools that we will be looking to include in our toolkit! Thanks Dot!