Parvo Virus – Protect Your Dog

Gina DeLuca

During the last 5 weeks we have seen SEVERAL new puppies brought into the vet hospital per day!!! If you or someone you know has a puppy please educate yourself about this virus. Also, check into pet insurance especially for emergencies! I have seen medical care range from $500 to $3000 on average and there is NO guarantee your puppy will survive because just like every virus it depends on how they respond to treatment.
A friend and LVT made the below post…

PARVO SEASON folks!! Don’t start walking your new puppies and showing them off until they are FULLY VACCINATED. Which is around 4 months of age after around 4 series spread out over 3-4 weeks between each series depending on the age they were initially vaccinated. Have questions? Call a veterinary clinic. Don’t ask google, your breeder, your best friend, your groomer, or tractor supply, etc. Seek people with knowledge and actual credentials for your questions. We love to help and we prefer you call us, don’t think you’re being annoying or silly ❤️🐾 We hate to see you in a few weeks, having to make difficult financial and emotional decisions because you got the wrong advice or were uninformed ✌🏻

Mr. Cat, Precious, and Sammy – All Found on the Streets

4/28/20 – Mr. Cat and Precious were both found on the streets this past winter. Both were already spayed/neutered so either they were abandoned or had escaped their homes. But, either way, no one ever claimed them. Fortunately, their rescuers were going to find them forever homes. Sammy was showed up in a cat colony but was very friends. He had to have many teeth removed due to infection and being rotted. We took care of everyone’s medical needs and are confident that they are in good hands. We are thankful for all of our friends who continue to rescue these vulnerable animals. – diana cat 4:28:20 precious 4:28:20 sammy 4:28:20

Susie Q and Babies – A Very Sweet Pregnant Mom Trapped and 10 Day Later Had Babies

4/27/20 – This very sweet pregnant ‘feral’ showed up on 4/13/20 at our friend, Patricia B’s’, home. Patricia was able to trap her in 10 minutes. On April 23, she had 5 babies. All are doing well with Mama Susie Q and everyone will be available for adoption within the next two months. 4 Paws 1 Heart has once again committed to covering everyone’s medical needs. Thank God this sweetie was safe and secure when she had her babies. Please help educate people that not all cats found outdoors are feral. Also, please pray that the Michigan governor will soon lift the ban on spay/neuters so that we can get back in the business of stopping the proliferation of unwanted dogs and cats.- diana
Interested in Susie Q or the babies? Contact: [email protected]susie q 4:15:20 susie q babies

Little One, Vivian, and Bunny – Found in Dire Health and Now Thriving

4/24/20 – Little One and Bunny were near death until they found their ways into the care of our co-founder, Gina, and our friend, Jo.  They were found with 8 other kittens; 2 of whom had died in transit.  These babies are all little one 4:25:20 Vivian 4:25:20 Bunny 4:25:20medically sponsored by 4 paws1heart. If interested contact: [email protected]

Sammy – Finally Found His Furever Home After 5 Months

4/23/20 – Great news!!! Sweet Sammy has been adopted. You can read his story on our website, We are so very happy for him. A huge thank you to our good friend Debra B. For fostering Sammy for 5 months. We are blessed to have so many wonderful people in our lives. – diana

CHANCE:WOOOOHOOOO!!! Guess who got adopted today???? Sammy!!!! Yep, that’s right Sammy!!! Mom just got home and told us all about it! Auntie Debra & Sammy came and picked up mom and they did the homecheck and Samny is now in his new home with his awesome new Dad and he has a super cool big human sister too! Congratulations Sammy, we’re soooo happy for you! Big thankyou to 4 Paws 1 Heart for all of Sammy’s vetting and a very special thankyou to our Auntie Debra Berolatti who took Sammy in, fostered and spoiled him rotten these last 5 months. You’re the best Auntie Debra and we love you sooo much! Happy life now Sammy, we love you! 💞sammy w:debra berolatti. 3:11:20jpg sammy 4:23:20


Zuni – Found as a Stray in Heat; Heart Worm Positive

4/22/20 – Zuni is another one of the many abused and abandoned animals who need our help during some very trying times. She was found as a stray in heat. No one claimed her and, fortunately, she was not pregnant. But, she was found to be heart worm positive. Some very disgusting people also did the job on her ears. Streethearts Rescue has Zuni and they say she is a very sweet dog. Please contact them if you are interested in adopting. She will begin her heart worm treatment as soon as the vet receives our check,which we will make happen in no time! – diana

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