SAHS Transfers in Dogs from Local Cruelty Case
The San Antonio Humane Society (SAHS) transferred in 8 dogs from last weekend’s animal cruelty case. Animal Care Services had initially seized the dogs, but called the SAHS for assistance.
The SAHS is able to help these dogs in need of additional medical care and, as always, is more than happy to assist the local ACS. As resources allow, the SAHS offers its services to transfer in rescue animals and those dogs and cats in need of care, rehabilitation, and adoption.
Of the 8 dogs transferred to the shelter, all are Chihuahuas or Chihuahua mixes. Aside from their initial examinations, all dogs are receiving medicated baths, dentals, and are being treated for various skin infections. Among the 8, there is one heartworm positive dog and several dogs that will need extensive treatment for ringworm and mange.
Because of the possible trauma experienced and their current medical conditions, these dogs will be cared for by SAHS staff until they are ready for adoption.
To help our local cruelty dogs, please consider donating to the Michaels Medical Rescue Fund and/or the Help a Friend Fund. All donations received go directly to helping our cruelty animals that have come to us abused, neglected, injured, or with chronic illnesses.
We sincerely thank you for your contributions; it is only with your help that we are able to help our local animals in need.