AND, thanks to Carol, and their really caring donation – guess what time it is?!!
As promised for every lifesaving monetary or item(s) donation, a puppy spam pic would be posted in gratitude!
Can be done via PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org or email transfer to email@example.com OR an item(s) donation:
1) XL Essential pee pads,
2) Esbilac powdered formula 28 oz.,
3) Gain or Downy liquid fabric softener
4) PVD Essential Care canned puppy food)
5) Pinesol – the larger the bottle, the better!
6) Lysol wipes
Dropped off in our donation shed at the road or snail mailed to:
2425 Totem Ranch Road West, Oxford Station
We need many many many week’s worth of the above!
A) we now have 10 days of 28 oz. Esbilac Powdered Formula thanks to donations – financial and items. We need another 21 days.
B) we now have pee pads for another 8 days thanks to donations – financial and items.
C) we now have liquid fabric softener for another 7 days, thanks to financial donations. I do four loads of puppy laundry a day.
D) we can now buy three cases from generous financial donations of PVD Essential Care canned Puppy food, and will need another ~4 cases. We will also need 9 more(we are able to buy one bag now!) large bags 14 kg PVD Essential Care Large Breed kibble
E) from generous financial donations, we have Pinesol for another 12 days
F) from generous financial donations, we have Lysol wipes for another 11 days
This does not even take into consideration the many thousands of dollars it is going to take to vet them to prepare for their special announcements.
These wee Labx beans, found nursing on their mom that was laying dead under a tractor, two with punctures, are now safe with us. I know that if they could they would also say THANK you to everyone for this lifesaving assistance.
This is Miss Chill Busy Bean. She is as quiet and sweet as can be. She was the biggest bean when we first picked them up, .64 kg yet has moved down to 2nd place behind Miss Diva Princess Bean, and she may slide to 3rd place shortly, as others catch up.
She is another one that most may not notice in a crowd, hanging back, and letting others steal the limelight, yet, we do not allow that to happen.
She is patient and so content with life. She is excited about eating and makes the best cutest ‘trill’ sounds EVER! Baby Chewbacca!
She is strong and very mobile!
If you look closely, you will see that her nose was badly injured. It is slowly granulating, and I must be even more careful re: the temperature of the formula as it is still quite raw.
If only these puppies could speak.
They have now had three baths, and slowly we are getting all of the ‘ick’ off of them, and their dry flaky coats are beginning to slowly get a shine to them. They are getting excellent nutrition, a boatload of handling/love, not to mention top-notch vet care to help them grow up big and strong!
Today, I plan on weighing them, I just keep remembering to do so AFTER I feed – sleepy brain – yet, we will do so! Their weights as of Thursday, August 4th in emergency:
Puppy 1 – 0.38 kgs – deceased as of 8:49 AM Thursday, August 4th
Puppy 2 – 0.38 kgs as well – Miss Nola
Puppy 3 – 0.48 kgs – Miss Bev
Puppy 4 – 0.46 kgs – Mr. Albar
Puppy 5 – 0.56 kgs – Miss Maybelle Cutie
Puppy 6 – 0.64 kgs – Miss Ayla
Now that you have ‘met’ all five surviving pups, we will shortly set up our popular Name Game Fundraiser to try and raise much-needed funds for vetting – five pups to vaccinate, boosters x 2, exams, 4 spays, 1 neuter, flea/tick/hw meds, bloodwork, further investigating Miss Fighter Beans hind end, etc., not to mention food, formula, pee pads, Pinesol, toys, treats, dog beds, laundry detergent, liquid fabric softener and so on.
Puppies are wee, their needs are enormous!