This is the story of two beautiful sweet-natured puppies (one female and one male) who were
abandoned here in the High Desert about half a mile from my home. When I came upon them a
few months back, my neighbors told me that someone had dropped off four puppies to basically fend
for themselves out here in the open desert. According to my neighbors two of them got killed on the adjacent
highway and the other two survived. Out of the two surviving puppies, one of the them has an embedded
collar around her neck which the person who abandoned them never bothered to take off.
The collar is cutting deeply into her, and she is walking around with a painful infected and open
wound around her neck. She needs to be taken into a vet as soon as possible to get care.
My wife and I have been feeding these two dogs ever since we first saw them, even though they were
very shy at first and ran away. Since then they have slowly started to trust us, so much so that they
followed us onto our property where we have been feeding them ever since. They are feral in the
sense that they can't be pet or touched, but they have good depositions and should have a very good
chance at being rehabilitated. We are raising money for the female dog's vet care and after-care and for the
re-socialization of both dogs. Please open your hearts to this worthy cause and be a part of it. We are trying
to do everything in our power to get the female dog vet care, which is very expensive, so that the embedded
collar can be taken off and the wound around her neck can heal, and to give these two formerly abandoned
feral puppies the life that they deserve. Thank you for viewing our fundraising campaign. Anything you can
donate is very much appreciated and needed.