Sound Pet Animal Rescue
PO Box 755
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.

To see other success photos please see our Postcards from Home page.


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Landry

Landry was at the local shelter curled in a ball, laying on the grate and refusing the move. He just moved his eyes and they looked so sad and scared. His foster mom refused to let him just lay on the grate until his number came up so we pulled him. Just a few days later we received a call from a widower looking for a companion but the dogs name had to begin with L. If we had a dog thats name began with an L then she would know the dog was sent to her. So Landry went to her home and they loved each other from day one.

Lipton
Lipton

A call came in from the local shelter that a sweet dog had just come in dragging a useless back leg. No one knows how long she had been on her own but her foot was really raggedy. After accessing that the leg had nerve damage and couldnt be saved we found out that her other back leg had been broken. Lipton showed her sweet personality all throughout her ordeal so we called her Lipton as she was such a sweetie.. or as we said sweeeet.. tea. Lipton was adopted within the first month she was available.

Liberty
Liberty

While visiting a rural shelter we saw Liberty nursing her litter of puppies. We of course oohed and ahhed but said of course they all would be adopted and moved on. The shelter attendant overheard us and let us know that though all the puppies were spoken for Liberty would be put down on July 3rd as they would be closed July 4th. Needless to say we drove the hour to the shelter on July 3rd to pick up Liberty. While she may not be a medical story her story was too sad not to share.

Licorice
Licorice

Licorice was found by WCAS. They noticed immediately that something was wrong with her back leg and brought her to the vet school. Due to limited funds the vet school was only able to diagnose the problem... her hip had popped out of the joint. Because they were unable to fix the problem Licorice was returned to WCAS and put into the isolation room. The staff and volunteers contacted some of the local rescues. One rescue promised to come and pick up Licorice. They never showed up. SPARR happened to be at the shelter on Licorice's 18th and final day and agreed to take her into the program. When Licorice arrived at the vet her hip was once again out of joint so a FHO was performed. Within a week of her surgery an application arrived with her name on it. Licorice now is living the good life out in Durham.

LouLa
LouLa

Early one Saturday morning our phone rang and it was the local shelter. They begged us to come down ASAP because there was a little black pug that needed medical attention but was on the floor for general adoption. We rushed right out and picked her up. Not only did she have a terrible flea allergy and was missing hair she needed surgery on her nose and throat. Once those surgeries were completed Lou La became a totally different dog. She is now a highly active girl that loves to jump in the fridge everytime it opens.


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