Gallery for Pepsi, Griffen and Sprite's Legacy Gift

Thanks to the generosity of our Pepsi, Griffen and Sprite's Legacy Gift Donors, we have been able to help some really special shelter dogs whose chances at rescue or adoption were slim. Check below to see who is alive and thriving because you cared.


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Yvette

Yvette came to LDCRF from a puppy mill. In addition to an extensive dental, she needed to have two torn ACLs repaired. Thanks to PGS Legacy Gift, she will soon be running like the wind!

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RU

RU is a slightly older gentleman and he needed a dental cleaning in addition to his regular vetting before he could be adoption ready. Thanks Legacy Gift!

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Tucker

Tucker needed a dental when he was rescued, a procedure that can be very costly. He was able to get his mouth all cleaned up and adoption-ready, thanks to the PGS Legacy Gift!

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Hailey

ADOPTED! Hailey is an older girl who needed some extra TLC and an extensive dental. Her sweet nature and excellent manners made her a wonderful candidate for adoption and the PGS Legacy Gift allowed LDCRF to give her that chance!

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Bones

Bones is a senior sort of senior citizen. It turned out that when he arrived he was more senior that we thought and i need of a whole lot of medical care. Thanks to PGS Legacy Gift, he is getting the attention he needs and is comfortable and warm.

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Rico

Rico and Winn Dixie are a bonded pair of senior chihuahuas who are very devoted to one another. Winn Dixie needed extensive dental work. Because they are older, adopting them out will be more challenging but the PGS Legacy Fund allowed us to give them a chance.

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Sugar

ADOPTED! Sugar had an eye injury that required surgery to remove her left eye. She did beautifully and has a wonderful life ahead of her, thanks to the PGS Legacy Gift!

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Carol

Carol came to LDCRF needing treatment for a cancerous vaginal tumor. She is currently undergoing weekly treatments and doing very well!

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Mini the Beagle

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Duke aka Oreo

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Sally

Sally arrived with some obvious problems with her rear legs. It turned out she needed surgery by an orthopedic surgeon to correct one of her hips. She is currently in recovery and doing physical therapy.

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Princess Diana

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Pebbles

ADOPTED! Pebbles came to LDCRF all the way from Puerto Rico and arrived with an old leg injury. Medical evaluations revealed that her leg needed to be amputated. Thanks to the PGS Legacy Gift, Pebbles got excellent care by an orthopedic surgeon and was back to playing and and asking for affection in no time.

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Pepe the Corgi

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Americo aka Jake

Americo required heartworm treatment and an orthopedic consultation for a leg injury. He is currently a member of a loving family!

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Angel

Angel came to us when her owner could no longer care for her. She had a mammary tumor that was thankfully able to be removed, thanks to the Pepsi, Griffin and Sprite Legacy Gift. It was malignant, but she's recovering quickly, and is now ready to find her own home now.

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Alvin the Min Pin

Alvin came with hair loss and COPD- a chronic pulmonary disease. Thanks to the Legacy gift, he was able to get diagnostic testing and get started on medications to manage his condition.

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Boots

Boots had a temporary neurological condition brought about by a longterm case of parasites prior to his rescue. Thanks to the Legacy Gift, we were able to get him tested, diagnosed and treated.

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Buckshot

Gray in the muzzle, slow on the move and sad in the eyes- that was Daisy and her pal, Buckshot when they landed in a rural shelter without much hope. Luckily for them, LDCRF was able to use the Legacy fund to bring them to safety, get much-needed dental surgery for them and prepare them for a new home.

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Daisy

Gray in the muzzle, slow on the move and sad in the eyes- that was Daisy and her pal, Buckshot when they landed in a rural shelter without much hope. Luckily for them, LDCRF was able to use the Legacy fund to bring them to safety, get much-needed dental surgery for them and prepare them for a new home.

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Rocky the Pom

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Muffin the Pom

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SoBo

Sobo's story goes like this.... An LDCRF volunteer was making a long drive home from a trip to Florida when just South of the Border she saw a brown blur. She slowed, she did a double-take, and then she doubled back. The brown blur was a dog- an emaciated, scared dog who definitely needed help. Fortunately, the scared, skinny dog still had some trust in humans and she came to the nice lady who stopped her car and even hopped in to go for a ride. Now what? Well, the next step was a stop at a friendly local vet who agreed to check out the dog and board her overnight. And, of course, the phone calls. "Can Lost Dog help?" The answer was "yes" and so the next day the brown dog, now named SoBo (South of the Border) joined the volunteer for the rest of the journey. A second vet visit once SoBo arrived in Northern Virginia, revealed that she was heart worm positive, had two tick-borne diseases and was 20 lbs underweight. So SoBo went to a foster home where she gained weight quickly and began to look much better. One minor problem cropped up, however... All of the weight SoBo gained was IN HER BELLY. Trip # 3 to the vet revealed a big surprise... Sobo was pregnant with 9 puppies who were due to be born in the next 10 days. Wow. Given her horrible condition at intake we were all terribly worried for her health and the health of the puppies. We waited on pins and needles and continued to feed poor SoBo as much as she could eat. Right on schedule and with no fanfare at all, she delivered 9 beautiful, healthy puppies. The puppies thrived, SoBo was an amazing mom, and they all went to their own loving homes. But SoBo's journey continued. First up, the all-important spay surgery to make sure she was never in that position again. Then, after a few weeks of recovery, she had to be treated for the heart worms and then put on strict cage rest. Finally, joyfully, this beautiful girl is in great health and ready for her new family to come and claim her and spoil her rotten.

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Pepsi, Griffen & Sprite's Legacy Gift

Contributions to Pepsi, Griffen & Sprite's Legacy Gift will enable Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation to save shelter dogs who need special attention. Your generous donation will fund dentals, surgeries, heartworm treatments, diagnostic testing and more for dogs who would otherwise be overlooked in crowded shelters.
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