Quinn is doing well and is over her respiratory infection and stomach illness. She is recovering nicely from the demodex but still has a couple of months to go with treatments every 2 weeks. Quinn still has to take antibiotics for occasional skin staph infections due to the severity of her demodex that was allowed to get out of control. She is eating well and has put on 4lbs. She will have her spay done soon but will not be available for adoption till the demodex is completely clear. Quinn loves other dogs, kids and people in general. She is much younger than I initially thought as she acted elderly because she felt so bad. Well, she does not feel bad anymore! You could call her Super Girl if you wanted as she can leap onto and over furniture, kids, other dogs, etc. in no time flat. She is like a gazelle. She has boundless energy and just wants to play, play, play and then play some more. She never seems to tire. Quinn will need a patient family who is willing to train a young and energetic dog. We are still working on potty training and she will need a home that is willing to potty train as well. She is the perfect dog for any family. Quinn has a sweet and playful personality.
UPDATE: Quinn started her treatment with a rough few days. Her medicines made her deathly ill and caused us to have to take her to the emergency vet. After several hours there she was transferred back to our regular vet as soon as they opened where he determined that not only had she had a bad reaction to medications but she also had a severe upper respiratory infection. Our vet was able to get her condition under control but she spent several days there as well. She is back with her foster mommy now and doing very well. Her road is long but she is making progress. Thank you to all the people that have prayed for her and made donations!
Another lost soul…….Quinn came to rescue in the most horrific condition. She has demodex so bad that she has open wounds on her body and a raging skin infection to the point she has had to be hospitalized on IV medications. If that is not enough she now has kennel cough. Quinn was turned over to rescue from a local shelter that did their best for her. It will be a long road to bring Quinn back to health and we need your donations to help! She is underweight as well as her other issues so until we can get her skin infections under control and some weight on her we will not be able to spay her. Quinn has a loving and sweet disposition even in the condition she is currently in. She tries to wag her little bully butt and give kisses and seems to hold no resentment towards humans for her suffering. Our vet thinks she may have been in this condition for close to a year. Can you help Quinn? She really needs you. Her vet bills so far have been right at $1000 and there are more to come if we are to restore her health. Please make a donation for Quinn through our Donate button and help end her suffering.