Stray Rescue of St. Louis

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Rescue Stories
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and LOVE is on our minds! Who loves unconditionally and gives you everything they have? Why dogs and cats, of course! So this month, we are asking you to GIVE LOVE...literally! Sponsor an adoption fee this month for one of our beauiful, adoptable pets. When you choose to GIVE LOVE, you are making it easier for forever families to open their homes to a new family member. The funds they would have spent on an adoption fee can…
KEEP YOUR PETS SAFE AS BITTER COLD TEMPERATURES APPROACHWinter Weather Tips to keep your pet safe, and help offeredSt. Louis, Missouri (FEBRUARY 2, 2021) – Stray Rescue of St. Louis urges pet owners to be responsible with upcoming bitter cold temperatures forecasted. Here’s how you can keep your pets safe during the frigid winter weather:“First and foremost, your pets absolutely must have shelter. A dog house with blankets is not enough. Blankets get wet and freeze, so at the BARE MINIMUM, sturdy non- plastic dog…
Did you know? Nearly half of the dogs we rescue have Heartworm Disease. With thousands of dogs rescued every year, the number with heartworm disease is astounding. Our adoption team often hears that families are unaware of what this actually is, so we are here to help! This disease does not have to be a death sentence like many believe, and it’s actually easy to prevent. But once a dog has heartworms, the treatment is lengthy, expensive, and absolutely necessary for survival. Treatment costs are…
12/28/20- A truck driver called this morning to say he just saw three little puppies get dumped on the side of the road, and they look so scared, lost, and hairless. We searched the area and finally found these three sad little babies behind a dumpster, shaking from the cold and bleeding from open mangy wounds. These poor babies broke our hearts. These babies are just so miserable. They're scared and they're hurting after being dumped this morning, but we will do everything possible to…
Stray Rescue is a unique place. First, we rescue from the streets. Dogs and cats who have seen the worst of life - they've been beat up, they're starving, they've experienced abandonment and betrayal. Most come in with heartworms, and many are injured. In addition, we have developed a reputation; not that we are just no-kill, but that we won't give up on a soul, no matter the cost or time it takes to help them heal. If they have a chance to heal and…
2020: More Lives Saved than Ever Before As we begin to look back and reflect on this year, it is one like no other. It threw us all a curve ball no one could ever have anticipated, and everyone tried to adapt the best they could. No matter how hard it was or how much heartbreak your family may have endured, one thing is a constant with everyone: Family and friends are more important than ever. And for us, we have never been more grateful.…
December 3rd: Some rescues are pretty straightforward, some can take weeks and some can actually take years. That’s how long it took for us to rescue Mummy. She was part of a pack that we have been tracking for many years, and we would pull litter after litter of puppies from them when we could find them. We tried many ways to rescue Mummy – and even tried trapping her by baiting a trap with her puppies – but nothing seemed to work. She was…
Power System + a Sagittal Saw Attachment for the Stray Rescue Clinic This power system would allow our vet clinic to perform surgeries that usually are only available at orthopedic specialty clinics. These surgeries may include TPLO (tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy), lateral stabilizations of ruptured ACLs, more efficient FHOs, patellar luxation stabilization, hip luxation management, and internal fixation of fractures. Currently, when animals come in with fractures or breaks, the best option for them is leg amputation or a referral to an expensive specialist. With this power…
We just picked up a very bloody boy that we named Drake. We had to earn his trust, but he finally came with us. At this point, not sure what caused the wound - maybe a gunshot, some sort of cut or dog bites? But our vet clinic and trauma center will whatever it takes to get him fixed up! Give here, or you can also use Venmore @stray-rescue
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