Sound Pet Animal Rescue
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Knightdale , NC 27545

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Animal Success Stories

There are many types of success.  We have chosen this page to feature our medical success stories.

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Abby

Abby was at our local shelter with a badly injured hind leg. Though we thought we might be able to save it her leg had wasted away too much and had to be amputated. Abby was much happier without having to drag around a bum leg and soon found a large family to join.

Abraham

Abraham was dropped off at the shelter with another dog. Both were neglected but for some reason when the owner came back for the female the shelter allowed them to have her. They would not release Abe due to his condition and for that we are thankful. Abraham was matted to the skin and had bladder stones so bad he was in pain. We picked him up immediately and brought him to the vet for a shave down and surgery. Abraham was a wonderful little dog and we were shocked that his former owner could have mistreated him in that way. But we are confident that his new owner will never let that happen!

Albert
Albert

Oh No.. what do we do? Who would want a 6 year old poodle with no teeth? But we were his last chance and we couldnt leave him there. So Albert.. or Al B as he was called went in the car. He was the cutest thing. A big grey puff ball. But once we got him home we realized he had to be shaved down. Then once all his teeth were pulled his little tongue stuck out. So we waited for someone that would love Al B... and we waited. Finally by luck we were WRAL Pet of the Day and Al B was chosen. Phone calls poored in and as the foster mom listened to all the messages there was one that she just knew sounded good. She called them all back and left messages but only one called back. So after a couple of meetings Al B went to the home and fit right in with the other tiny poodle. It was all meant to be.

Abner
Abner

Abner was pulled from a rural shelter as a puppy. He was adopted to a great guy in the military. Once his owner was called away to war his family in another state agreed to take Abner in. Many months later we got a call from the out of state animal control facility saying that Abner was once again at their shelter and that this time the family was refusing to pick him up. We asked how many times Abner had been 'caught' and were told this was Abner's 3rd and final time. We arranged to have Abner transferred back to us and with the help of many volunteers he made his way back from Tennessee. Once back we realized Abner had grown into a unruly dog. He had no manners at all. After sending Abner to the coast for 2 months of training he found a wonderful home. One day at the local dog park on of our volunteers noticed a black lab that kept staring at her. He kept sitting right in front of her and smiling. Then right before she left she heard the black dog's mom call him Abner. YEP Abner remembered her but she didnt recognize him.

Adell
Adell

Poor Adell spent her entire life living outside. As a 3 pound dog this was more then dangerous but add the fact that she lived on a very dangerous road in a bad neighborhood. We were shocked. Adell now named Wheezer rarely walks outside (or inside) as her mom carries her around everywhere.


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