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BTRWW has helped rescue these Bostons in 2022
We are dedicated to helping unwanted, neglected, and abandoned Boston Terriers with medical care expenses beyond routine care.
Brownie - June 2022 - 7 year old male from MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue
Brownie's story to come
Daisy Dixie - June 2022 - 8 year old female from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Ever since Daisy Dixie came into rescue and was in foster care, she showed unusual breathing patterns. She was panting for no apparent reason, like waking up. Daisy Dixie also had eye issues. She was sent to an internal medicine specialist, but no cause was found for the breathing issues. For the eyes, contact lenses were placed to prolong non-healing corneal abrasions.
Charleston Charlie - June 2022 - 9 year old male from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Charleston Charlie came into rescue as a pull from an Atlanta Shelter who said he was 14 year old, but later evaluation resulted in more like 9. He had a large mass on his right rear leg which was removed, it was incompletely excised. Pathology revealed it was a low-grade mast cell tumor (cancerous). Charlie has since been adopted, and is in a new loving forever home.
Ruth Buzzbee - June 2022 - 10 year old female from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Ruth Buzzbee came into rescue with numerous medical issues. Most serious is a heart-based tumor, an oral mass, a significant heart murmur and a corneal ulcer in one of her eyes. Ruth Buzzbee received her dental cleaning and at the same time had the mass removed. Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee will keep Ruth Buzzbee comfortable as possible for the rest of her life. Ruth Buzzbee will remain a permanent foster dog with the rescue with a foster mom that loves her.
Thank goodness for rescues that continue care for these special pups in need. They are an ongoing expense for rescues and every dollar helps. Please feel free to consider additional donations to help with Ruth Buzzbee’s care by reaching out to Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee.
Cinnamon Charlotte - June 2022 - 2 year old female from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Mona arrived at the rescue at the beautiful age of 14. She was in need of a dental Cinnamon Charlotte came from a breeder through a call from a veterinarian’s office. She had a severely infected rear leg from a dog bite which had to be amputated. But before she could undergo any surgery, she spent a week hospitalized due to sepsis, pyometra (pus in uterus) having recently had pups. One of her eyes was ruptured that was eventually removed, the other eye was severely damaged and has limited vision, but intact after a 3rd eyelid flap repair.
This poor sweet girl has been through the ringer. She is all healed, doing well. Cinnamon Charlotte is a special needs little girl.
Mona - June 2022 - 14 year old female from MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue
Mona arrived at the rescue at the beautiful age of 14. She was in need of a dental cleaning and had a mass cell tumor (cancer) on her side that needed to be removed. Her dental resulted in 4 extractions. The rescue will also be addressing her tumor and finding a loving place to live her twilight years.
Willow - June 2022 - 8 month old male from MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue
Willow came into rescue as a breeder release. During her spay she crashed on the table due to a reaction to medication that stemmed from a grade 1 heart murmur which was later diagnosed. She came out of the surgery thanks to our fantastic rescue vets. She later underwent a second surgery for much needed dental work esulting in 10 extractions and treatment for an ear infection. Willow can now recover and find her forever home.
Tuffy - June 2022 - 10 year old male from MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue
Tuffy came into rescue as an owner surrender by someone who had gotten him from someone else and only had him for 10 months. He arrived still intact, in great need of a dental. Tuffy’s dental required lots of tarter removal and 15 extractions… WOW. Poor baby. He is in good health, pain free and off to his last forever home.
Sullivan Fritz - June 2022 - 8 month old male from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Sullivan Fritz was a breeder surrender as a young pup due to a deformity of his penis along with restricted nostrils. The veterinarian wanted him to grow a bit before attempting surgical repair. He since has been neutered, the restricted nostrils and elongated soft palate have been corrected. But the penis deformity was too complicated at the time. He was referred to a surgical specialist for this correction. BTRWW would like to congratulate Sullivan Fitz on his “Foster Failure” as he is being adopted by his foster family.
Bobbles - May 2022 - 9 year old male from MidAmerican Boston Terrier Rescue
Bobbles was turned into rescue by his owners who decided they had too busy of a household for a dog as they were going to be adding a third child to the house. Bobbles had not seen a vet in a few years. Upon examination, he was in need of a dental and diagnosed with a grade 2 heart murmur. Bobbles had his teeth cleaned with two extractions. Many were worn down from chewing but luckily no exposed roots. Bobbles can go on to feel much better and find his forever home.
Phoebe - May 2022 - 8 year old female from MidAmerican Boston Terrier Rescue
Phoebe was turned over to rescue by her owner who was disabled and no longer able to care for her. When she arrived her eye was bulging with no vision. When her eyes were tested, she had glaucoma in both eyes that had not been treated. The pressure in her visual eye is being treated with medication, however, the dead eye had to be removed to eliminate the pain. Phoebe can now be pain free and find her forever home.
Ocsar - May 2022 - 8 year old male from MidAmerican Boston Terrier Rescue
Oscar was turned over to rescue by his owners after he bit a toddler in the home, as the result of the child taunting him. When he arrived he was having lots of accidents and dripping urine. He went in for a full exam to be diagnosed with stage one kidney disease. He also was in need of a dental and a cyst removed in his thigh. Oscar has been placed on a special diet, the cyst removed and his dental completed leaving him in a better place to be adopted.
Larry - May 2022 - 5 year old male from Forgotten Dogs Rescue (Seattle)
Larry came into rescue at 5 years of age from Tacoma Humane. He was an owner surrender due to his medical issues and there was a good chance that he would have been euthanized due to his complex health issues. Larry has a badly formed tail that is causing bacterial infections and a mass in his ear that is also causing infections. Larry will receive the treatment he needs to make him feel much better and get him ready to find his new forever home.
6/16/22 - UPDATE: Larry had his surgery yesterday. They ended up doing a full ablation of the one ear as the mass was pretty extensive with a bad infection and an abscess ias well. The vet said he thought Larry probably didn't hear much out of that ear, anyway, so he might not notice any hearing loss.
They also amputated his tail and he got neutered. Big day for the little guy! But, he is back at his foster home and on the mend.
Domino - May 2022 - 5 year old male from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Domino is having behavioral issues and needs training to possibly be adoptable. Domino began working with a K-9 behaviorist a few weeks ago and seems to be doing somewhat better. His traininer is working on desensiitization and counter conditioning to help him with his anxiety. Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington along with Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee hopes that this therapy will be the thing domino can thrive with to find his fur ever home.
Bones - May 2022 - 4 year old male from MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue
Bones was an owner surrender. During his examination with the rescues vet, it was noticed he had a broken K-9 tooth. When he was sedated for the dental extraction, it became apparent that Bones needed many extractions. Dental work is so important for our pups to reduce infections, pain, and removal of teeth.
Maizey - May 2022 - 11 month old female from Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue
Maizey AKA Noodle came into rescue at a young age of 11 months. She had an underdeveloped cerebral cortex and it causes her difficulty with balance, depth perception and controlling going potty. There is no treatment but there will be ongoing medical with her. The rescue will ensure that she had the best of care and lives a comfortable life.
Boomer - May 2022 - 5 year old male from Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue
Boomer came into rescue as a 5 year old who was born deaf. He found himself in an unfortunate situation when he was hit by a car and sustained a right hip dislocation, right eye injury and lacerations and road rash. The good news is despite the fact he hadn’t been seen by his vet since he was 12-16 weeks old, he was heartworm negative and fairly healthy. The vet who called MWBTR started his vaccines, performed a hip reduction and neutering all at no charge to the rescue.
Boomer is a very good boy, loves his human and wants to be near. He is housebroken, his deafness is not a concern and he knows sit, come and walks on a leash well. He was struggling with his hip and was taken to the vet to get some staples out, have his hip and eye rechecked, and his vaccines completed.
Unfortunately, Boomer is faced another surgery. His hip is still dislocated and he is requiring a Femoral Head Osteotomy (FHO). It will enable him to walk and run without pain. He might need to have his eyes removed. It is doubtful he can see out of it now and the rescue is giving him ointment to keep it moist to see if any of the damage resolves. If not, that will come out as well. Boomer will also require laser therapy after surgery for rehab purposes. Boomer will have extensive medical bills and if you wish to continue to help Boomer and the rescue you can send donations via PayPal for Boomer to email@example.com.
Candy Jo - March 2022 - 6 year old female from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Candy Jo came into rescue as a 6 year old female who had cherry eyes. The rescue was able to repair the Cherry eyes so that Candy Jo can be free of discomfort and move forward with finding her fur ever home.
Penny Rue - March 2022 - 2 year old female from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Penny Rue came into rescue as a young 2 year old with a Cherry eye in her left eye. The rescue was able to repair her eye so that Penny Rue is free of discomfort. Penny Rue is now been placed in her new loving forever home.
Rocky - March 2022 - 9 year old male from Arizona Boston Terrier Rescue
Rocky was a shelter intake coming to AZBTR after a 72 hour hold. During his intake the rescue was told that he had vomited up twigs and a "cotton ball". He was immediately seen by the rescue’s vet and upon x-ray determined he had a stone with a probable blockage. Rocky immediately went into ER treatment to remove the rock, candy wrappers etc. Blockages are a very severe medical issue and need to be treated as such. Arizona Boston Terrier Rescue ensured Rocky got that treatment and enables them to move forward with much needed dental and eye care.
Ruby - March 2022 - 8 year old female from Alabama Boston Terrier Rescue
Ruby Xena came into rescue at approximately 8-9 years of age having multiple medical issues. Along with needing her spaying and extensive dental, she had a mass and a hernia which needed to be removed and repaired. Alabama Boston Terrier Rescue will ensure that she gets all the care she needs and off to a loving fur ever home. You can follow Ruby Zena’s story further on the page for Alabama Boston Terrier Rescue. Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington wishes Ruby Xena a speedy recovery..
Peachie - February 2022 - 4 year old female from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Peachie Pie came into rescue as a sweet loving 4 year old. She needed to be spayed but also needed to have a dental requiring 3 teeth be extracted. Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington was able to help with some funding for the extractions. Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington hopes she now will have a pain free mouth. Peachie Pie’s foster family fell so in love with her they adopted her. This is well known to rescue as a FOSTER FAILURE. Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington is so happy she is in her new loving home.
Violet - February 2022 - 6 year old female from MidAmerican Boston Terrier Rescue
Violet was released to MABTR by an Amish Breeder. No mention of her condition. She arrived with a bulging eye that had no vision, her teeth were horrific needing dental work and she had a mammary gland tumor that needed to be removed along with being spayed. Violet is getting the treatment and care she needs to she can live a pain free healthy life.
Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington wishes Violet a speedy recovery and a loving fur ever home. .
Molly - February 2022 - 13 year old female from MidAmerican Boston Terrier Rescue
Molly’s owner passed and the family, who did not have the resources to provide the medical care she needed, dropped her off to a local shelter. Molly has an eye which is no longer functional (no vision) that is battling an ulcer and high pressures. This eye will be removed. Molly also will get her dental and has cysts that need to be removed located on her side, head and between her toes. Taking care of her medical needs means Molly will remain in high spirits and live out life while being pain free.
Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington wishes Molly a speedy recovery and a loving fur ever home. .
Mali - February 2022 - 12 year old female from MidAmerican Boston Terrier Rescue
Mali came into rescue after her owner passed away. She was one of two wonderful girls from the same household. Sadie a year older. Mali came with a filthy mouth that required a severe dental requiring 23 teeth to be pulled. Dental is so important for our pups to remain healthy. Mali can continue her life without having to swallow bacteria and chew in pain. I can’t even imagine 23 teeth pulled.
Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington wishes Mali a speedy recovery and a loving fur ever home. .
Artie Bunker - February 2022 - 13 year old male from Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee
Artie Bunker came in to rescue at a senior age of 13 with some skin lesions and lumps. The lumps were removed surgically, one was a soft tissue sarcoma which is a cancer, but was fully excised with good prognosis.
Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington wishes Artie Bunker a speedy recovery and a new fur ever home.
Zoey Love - January 2022 - 8 year old female from Boston Terrier Rescue of Florida
Zoey Love came into rescue at the age of 8 needing some dental work to help her be free from pain. The poor girl needed several teeth extracted that were cracked or loose. Having this work done ensures that she will have comfort but can also help prevent heart or other dental-related illnesses from occurring.
Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington wishes Zoey Love a speedy recovery and off to her loving fur ever home.
Boston Terrier Rescue of Western Washington solely assists other 501C3 rescues and organizations that take in a dog needing medical care. The events that we hold in our fundraising group help these Bostons in need.
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