MisUnderstood Siberian Husky Rescue (MUSH): All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration Grant

What was the money or product used for?

The grant that MisUnderstood Siberian Husky Rescue received in the amount of $1,000 was used to vaccinate, spay/neuter, and run standard tests on five dogs: Asher, Chicka, Dani, Kiva, and Rusty. Three of the five dogs have since been adopted!

Asher Received The Following Treatments:
Panacur Suspension
Adult Vaccine Examination
Rabies Vaccine
DHPP Vaccine
Bordetella Vaccine
Fecal Examination
4DX Test
Neuter
Remove Dew Claws
Total: $291.00

Chicka Received The Following Treatments:
Adult Vaccine Ex
amination
Ultrasound
First Radiograph
Rabies Vaccine
DHPP Vaccine
Bordetella Intranasal
Fecal Examination
4DX Test In House
Urine Analysis
Spay
Total: $286.00

Dani Received The Following Treatments:
Panacur Suspension
Adult Vaccine Examination
Rabies Vaccination
DHPP
Fecal Examination
4DX Test
Spay
Urine Analysis
Remove Dew Claws
First Radiograph
Total: $386.00

Kiva Received The Following Treatments:
Pancur Suspension
Adult Vaccine Examination
Rabies Vaccine
DHPP Vaccine
Bordetella Intranasal
4DX Test
Fecal Examination
First Radiograph
Spay
Urine Analysis
Aspirate Cytology
Excise Tissue
Total: $371.00

Rusty Received The Following Treatments:
Cytology
Panalog Ointment
MOP Drops
Panacur Suspension
Adult Vaccine Examination
Rabies Vaccine
DHPP Vaccine
Bodetella Intranasal
Fecal Examination
In House Heartworm Test
Neuter
Total: $234.68

How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?

This money allowed MUSH to help five dogs by providing them with medical care, necessary vaccinations, and spay/neuter surgeries. So far, it has enabled three of the five dogs to get adopted!

How many pets did this grant help?

This grant directly helped five pets and indirectly it helped many more as we were able to spend our funds that were dedicated to these five on other pets.

Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.

Dani, known today as Waffles, came to us from a hoarding case in Manistee County, Michigan, in October 2015. Deputies removed 26 dogs and three horses from the property. Investigators found empty food and water dishes and most of the dogs were kept in pens without any shelter. Most of the dogs were malnourished and had severe infestations of parasites. MUSH received Waffles in November 2015. She was skinny and afraid of humans, especially men. Waffles, a Siberian Husky mix, is now 2 years old. Due to a deformity of her humerus bone, she only has three legs. But that doesn’t stop her from getting around! After some much-deserved love and attention, she is the sweetest dog! She loves other dogs, loves to play, and loves belly rubs. She is now crate-training and very obedient. Waffles has begun to trust again and has found her wonderful forever home!

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