General Guidelines for Seeking Veterinary Care

Puppies younger than 12 weeks must see a vet for the following: 

  • Diarrhea that lasts for more than a day 
  • Vomiting and diarrhea for more than 6 hours 
  • Vomiting more than once in an hour 
  • Not eating for more than 12-24 hours 
  • Lethargy without fever for more than 12 hours 
  • Lethargy with fever 

 

Dogs older than 12 weeks must see a vet for the following: 

  • Diarrhea that lasts for more than 1-2 days 
  • Diarrhea and occasional vomiting for more than a day 
  • Vomiting more than 2-3 times in an hour 
  • Not eating for more than 24 hours 
  • Lethargy without fever for more than a day 
  • Lethargy with fever 

 

Poisonous foods and household items 

Many household products can be toxic to dogs. Remove any rat or mouse poisonings, antifreeze and windshield wiper fluid from your home before adopting! Store cleaning products out of reach of pets.

 

The following common food items are poisonous for dogs:

  • Chocolate
  • Macadamia Nuts
  • Mushrooms
  • Caffeine
  • Grapes/Raisins
  • Onion and Garlic

 

See also Common Illnesses and Vaccinations & Worming

WE ARE NOT TAKING IN ANY

DOGS AT THIS TIME 

Nor do we know of any other rescues

or shelters that are taking any in

 

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

 

662.386.SHAW (7429)



Columbus, Mississippi

FEIN: 46-0852468

DUNS: 078737353

 

Mission Statement

Our goal is to provide abused, abandoned or homeless pit bull dogs with the medical attention they need; as well as the love and attention they deserve to heal - both emotionally, and physically.

 

We will work to facilitate the rescue and placement of abused or abandoned pit bulls into responsible homes and participate in fundraising to provide veterinary treatment; spay/neuter; food and shelter.

 

We are dedicated to fostering responsible pit bull ownership through education, adoption, and breed advocacy.

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