Bronx and his 5 litter mates were brought in verysick. They were taken out of a home Where theirlast litter mate died of starvation. They wereliving on wood chips in a 9 square foot area,sitting in there own urine and feces.That was alsotheir only food source. Only 6 weeks old andalready a life of misery.
Taken to the vet and diagnosed with Parvo.Treatment started immediately.
Kassidy Kassidy was more lucky of the pups, crazy right? She didnt have any symptoms other than severe hunger and malnutrition, bending her joints and bones.
Nevin Nevin, also on the lucky side, was near death from starvation. Like Kassidy, his legs are severely malformed due to malnutrition.
Delaney Very Sick, lethargic, and overall slipping away. Parvo taking its toll on her poor body. Delaney passed away 2/19/2011 Parvo took her life.
Fallon Unfortunately Followed her sisters path to rainbow bridge on 2/21/2011
Even when you start treatment for parvo,nothing is ever guaranteed, most diagnosednever make it. The treatment is costly and harshespecially on little babies like these.
Ashlynn Ashlynn and Bronx were hospitalized for 6 days in a last ditch effort to save their lives. During which time they had constant fluids. Ashlynn wasnt showing improvement and had to endure an intussusception to remove 8 inches of her intestines, 4 of which were already dead. Her intestines were telescoping inside of each other, only to be fixed by the surgery. She came home 2 days afterward.
Bronx Bronx started responding to treatment and was sent home on less extensive treatment
Kassidy Got Adopted Perfect ending for this princess
Kassidy NowLiving her life like it’s nobody’s business!
Ashlynn Got Adopted To a very good friend of ours
Ashlynn NowLiving a life of luxury and pain free in her dream home!
After Everything Me and My Mom Adopted Bronx I got to have my Dream Dog!
My Pride and JoySince Day one I was in love. He was truly perfectand everything I ever wanted. I never knew whatwe had in store. For 11 months he was a spunkypuppy, who urinated and drank A LOT. But Hewas my baby. Ran many tests and was told hewas just a jerk, it wasnt a surprise with hisspunk!
After continuing to have urinating issues withoutcontrol and constantly drinking water, he went toa specialist recommended by our vet! Newswasn’t good...
Bronx was diagnosed with renal(kidney) failureat only 13 months old.. We knew then that his lifespan was going to be shortened. Still I loved himmore. I wasn’t giving up and neither was he.Doing medication would only effect his kidneyseven more. So homeopathic treatment it was. Heate a raw diet and was on 6 organic supplements.This helped him tremendously!
Over the next 7 months the treatment lost it’saffect with Bronx. We tried adjusting to buymore time but it slowly became clear that he wastoo good for this planet...
True love will never die. That’s what we shareand will always hold.
On November 16, 2012 I said goodbye to my bestfriend and love. He helped me througheverything and I ill never forget that. His bodystarted shutting down, losing control of all bodilyfunctions, we made the decision to humanelyeuthanize.
He Taught Me to Stand Tall and Stay Strong Despite the Circumstance
Never Let Anyone SeeYou Frown Even At Your Weakest
But Most of All He taught Me to Always Look Up
I will see you again Bronx, I am taking this timewithout you to use the lessons you taught me andsave more like you. I will have you with my in mythoughts, prayers, and in my heart. I love youblue, never forget that.