Stray Rescue of St. Louis

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Rescue Stories
We love WHO you are, the way you are. And we will help you Today we want to thank everyone who keep their eyes and ears open to help the voiceless. This dog, wounded and in pain, went up to a family begging for help. Shocked at his appearance, they loaded him in their car and rushed him to the nearest vet. Only they were turned away, we’re told, because he is a pitbull. They were sent home with pain meds. We’ve never heard of…
Highway rescues are the worst - so much can go wrong! You won't believe this video. He is appropriately named Dodge. All Donna asks is that you come to our event on Saturday night and if you're out of town, join virtually! @Stray Rescue's Urban Wanderers Art Show He drank an entire bucket of water when we got to Stray Rescue!! We swear he crossed the street and thought to himself....wait a minute, these people want to help me! I better go back!
Help us order a new ICU Monitor for our clinic and on-site trauma center! This machine monitors blood pressure, blood oxygenation, and heartrate of anesthetized patients. This will allow us to more accurately monitor surgery patients and critical patients so we can immediately address any problems like low blood pressure and cardiac arrhythmias. This piece of equipment is expensive and costs $6,282. But a generous donor has offered to pay half of the cost! A huge thank you to Randy Morgan and Guild Mortgage! We…
This poor baby came in with a broken leg that has become badly infected. His leg and paw are SO swollen! His poor little leg! He feels awful. We named this handsome boy Apuesto and will do all we can to heal him, thanks to you who help us save the city’s most vulnerable. Good Morning, from our sweet angel boy Apuesto. He has a splint on his leg and is on antibiotics. Unfortunately we can’t do advanced treatment on his leg because it is…
One Man's Trash is Another Man's Treasure We've learned time and time again that one man's trash is another man's treasure. And this is a prime example. If you have never been to a landfill it can be a very eye opening experience. Dump trucks, large, loud mechanical equipment and trash for as far as you can see. There are flies everywhere and the smell can be overwhelming. Landfills are a necessity, but they are definitely not a place where puppies should call "home."I followed…
Duke of Hamilton Today is National Rescue Dog Day and...we've been rescuing dogs all day. Meet Duke of Hamilton who joined our family. This poor love. He has been shot in the FACE. He has multiple fragments in both sides of his jaw. Because of the multiple breaks, he'll have to have a specialty surgery to stabilize his jaw. Who could shoot an angel of a dog like Duke, we just don't know. He just wants us to hold him, to hug him. If you'd…
More animals saved than ever before. Meet the woman setting records What sets Stray Rescue of St. Louis apart in the animal welfare community near and far? They seek out and take in those who no other organization will help or would simply euthanize because they’re too expensive to heal. They take the abandoned, beaten, bred, fought, injured, terrified, defeated and betrayed. Every year, no-kill Stray Rescue saves over 2,000 animals, and every single one of them are given the second chance they all deserve. …
 The ONE LOVE ClubNot every dog is comfortable living with other animals but that doesn't mean they're not great in every other way! Featured below are the incredible dogs that are in our One Love Club, a program designed to connect single dogs with adopters that have a home without other animals. Their names and information are listed under each photo. If you're looking to add a family member to your household, please consider adopting one of these angels. Adopting one of these dogs provides…
A call came in that a dog who needed help was in this house. We scoured every inch until we found her in the last little spot we looked...and then we had to get her out. This adorable baby is safe now!
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