8/21/19: UPDATE: SAFE with Bully Up Rescue! ❤️
An emergency plea for help has been issued on behalf of a shelter dog who is urgently in need of veterinary care. In a Facebook post by All Paw In – Florida Dogs In Need, the situation is explained:
A plea from the shelter was sent out today for this kind eyed girl, Belle. Sadly, the clinic suspects mild to moderate vaginal prolapse. She is in desperate need of a foster and rescue. Due to her medical condition, it’s highly likely she will need surgery and pledges will be needed for a rescue to help.
Belle’s situation is urgent – she must be out of the Orange County Animal Services (Orlando, FL) facility by tomorrow afternoon. Time is of the essence for this five-year-old dog. Please take a moment to network her information with the hopes that it reaches a reputable rescue agency who can help.
Belle’s profile at the shelter here.
Facebook thread here.
Identification number: A436700
Orange County Animal Services at 2769 Conroy Rd., Orlando, FL. 407-836-3111
Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the shelter. The Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact and does not collect pledges or arrange transport.
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