Donations for Dudley
Dudley has been diagnosed with a severe case of enthesiophytes. These are abnormal calcium deposits attached to a tendon or ligament. The vet said she had never seen a case of enthesiophytes this bad. Dudley is in extreme pain, and will require laser treatments, steroids, hydro-therapy and physical therapy for pain management. If that’s not enough, he also has erchlichia, (tick borne illness). He started doxy and we are hoping he makes a full recovery from this.
Dudley is a Treeing Walker Coonhound who was wandering from property to property, starving and begging for food everywhere he went. He is skin and bones. The landowners were not thrilled with his presence, there was great fear that if he was not saved he would be killed. A team of awesome people got together to help this sweet boy. When we saw the plea for help, we knew we couldn’t let anything bad happen to him. He deserves a happy life! He is now with our rescue with an awesome foster. Dudley weighs only 39.2 lbs, he is very underweight. He also has an injured paw. X-rays show it is not broken but does show a buildup or mass. They are sending his X-rays off to a radiologist to read. The good news… He is heartworm negative!!! Thank goodness!