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Henry, another success!!!!
Posted on September 20, 2016 by STRSE
STRSE sprung this tiny love bug out of a shelter on July 18. It's hard to believe that someone would neglect and dump this 3 year old boy alongside a busy highway in Atlanta!
Alone, scared and sick, he was picked up by animal control and found himself in a high kill shelter. He had some serious skin issues going on, likely originating from fleas, and was almost bald. On July 28, Henry was diagnosed with aspiration pneumonia. We are so thankful that this didn't present itself while this sweet boy was in the shelter, or his outcome wouldn't have been good. Our rescues are so deserving of the very best care. So we started treatment, which included a two day stay at the emergency clinic on IV fluids and meds. While in our care, this little fella stole the hearts of everyone he met! His BIG personality came out, he was playful, loving, and had more character than most people that we know! While we can never erase the past, STRSE takes great pride in giving our rescue Scotties THE BEST future anyone could ask for!
On September 10, our sweet Henry started his new happily ever after with a wonderful family and a new Scottie brother that you all may remember, Sir Winston!!! We couldn't be more happy for both of these boyos!! How ironic that they both came from the same area, as strays, in similar condition and now live happy as brothers who are very well cared for and so very loved. ❤
We are honored to have had the privilege of helping both of these Scots find good health, happiness and the finest forever home! Happy Tails and much love to them both!!!!
❤Hot Off The Press!❤
Get your 2017 STRSE planner style calendar for the new year that's fast coming!! This is the best calendar that we've put out yet!! They make great Christmas gifts! ❤❤
Below is the front & back cover & a few inside pages. They are 8 1/2X 5 1/2. Perfect for your office desk or purse.
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We are a 501c3 non profit and all proceeds go toward the care of our rescue Scotties. ❤
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❤ Lacy ❤
Posted on October 7, 2016 by STRSE
For those of you that remember this girl, she is our first page calendar pinup for 2017. ☺
Scottish Terrier Rescue of the Southeast took ❤Lacy❤ into rescue in October of 2014 after she was found in an abandoned Orlando house with two deceased male Scotties. This situation made the news and was in all of the Orlando newspapers headlined as "The House of Horror". The first photos of her were absolutely heartbreaking. She was in horrible shape. Flea infested, bald and severely bloated. After being taken by animal control, STRSE was contacted and stepped in to help give her the best possible care that all of our Scotties deserve. The Scottie community was very supportive and slowly we got her feeling much better. She was diagnosed with terminal cancer, among a mountain of other medical issues. We placed her into a forever/hospice foster home to live out her last days surrounded by love, kindness and care. She was estimated to be about 10-11 years old in 2014. This month marks the 2 year anniversary that she's been in rescue!!!
STRSE continues to care for her medical needs including a special diet, daily gallbladder meds and eye meds. She is doing well and is getting the love that she so deserves and should have always received. We can never take away the past but we can certainly exchange it for an awesome happily ever after. ❤
Thank you, Scottie Family for helping us make these stories possible. ❤
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