Urgent rescue plea for emaciated six-year-old stray St. Bernard

At the Hillsborough County Animal Services near Tampa, Florida, an emaciated six-year-old St. Bernard was picked up as a stray three days ago. The shelter has put out a rescue plea to the community for help:

“This is Petunia a very sweet, emaciated older girl. She was a stray and is 98 pounds. She had surgery for pyometra on 2/24 and needs follow up veterinary care for the pyometra and general poor condition. Very nice lady, good appetite, long term prognosis could be poor if patient has other undiagnosed issues. Radiographs and bloodwork available. Medical attached. She is ready to pick up today if you can take her.”

Petunia deserves better. Share her plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives. Follow Petunia’s rescue efforts here.

For additional information, contact:

rescuepets@hillsboroughcounty.org cc rescuemetampa@yahoo.com

Pet Resources

440 Falkenburg Rd.

Tampa FL 33619

(Please note the Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact.)

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