Molly3, October, 1999
Molly, at eight months old, had already spent at least two months roaming free in a neighborhood in Canton, Georgia, and had had a litter of puppies. A neighbor found the puppies and took them to Animal Control, then called Georgia Labrador Retriever Rescue (GLRR) to come for Molly. Although she'd had a litter, she was so young that she still had her puppy coat.
When a rescue worker took Molly to the vet to be spayed, however, she was found to be positive for heartworms, an obstacle to both her spay surgery and placement in a pet home. GLRR contacted LABMED for help.
Molly came through her heartworm treatment wonderfully, bouncing back with all the vigor of a youthful dog. The dog that her rescue worker and the vet's staff both described as a sweetheart is now happy and healthy in her foster home.
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