Five dogs have been dumped in a rural area near Pearcy and Royal, Arkansas – the abandoned dogs are struggling to survive in the wooded area on their own. A kind woman has taken it upon herself to bring food to these cast-offs of society, but true help, in the form of a rescue group which can take them in, is desperately needed.
A cry for help
An advocate, hoping for assistance, has reached out for help for the abandoned dogs. She writes:
The dogs are extremely skinny, full of ticks, and in overall poor condition…one of the brown ones has a bloody wound on his back. With the heat and lack of safety and vet care, the dogs are in a dangerous situation.
How can you help?
These abandoned dogs need to be trapped – and then taken to a veterinarian for care. Unfortunately, every rescue group in the area is full – no one is able to lend a hand. One dog lover has offered to help field suggestions and offers of help for these dogs and she is even willing to donate $500 of her own funds towards their care. You can help by networking this information and reaching out to the dogs’ advocate with suggestions, donations and offers to help. If interested in taking an active role in this rescue effort, or if you can help with veterinary funding, please contact: Missy at 501-259-1345, or via email at email@example.com.
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