Sunday, June 21, 2015

CAMILA - ONE BRAVE LITTLE GIRL

This is Camila. We do not know where she was born or why she ended up living on the streets. What we do know is that while she was still young, she was hit by a car and eventually found by a “good Samaritan”. This person placed Camila's wounded leg in a makeshift splint made with a wooden stick and old rags, then sent her back on the streets. Not long after that she was found by HSTJ volunteers and taken to the HSTJ Center for treatment.  

Camila's wound began to heal nicely.
She was suffering from malnourishment and was obviously in a great deal of pain. Once the dirty dressings were removed from her leg, doctors could observe a severe skin infection. X-rays were taken and revealed a compound fracture.

Luckily, she had found help. From that moment on, her progress was closely monitored at the HSTJ Center by caring vets, as well as her dedicated foster mom. Today she has made a full recovery and is now one happy pup looking for her furrever home. If you are in Southern California and would like to meet Camila, please contact Vicky: Lolasarg@gmail.com



OF COURSE, ONE WAY EVERYONE CAN HELP CAMILA IS BY SHARING HER STORY WITH OTHERS. THANK YOU.

CAMILA
Female
Medium Size
Labrador Retriever mix

Camila weighs approximately 30 lbs and is about a year old. She is very loving and energetic, and gets along well with dogs that are her size or smaller, but is not comfortable living with dogs that are much larger than herself. She is great with people and kids, loves getting daily exercise and would love to explore new places with you.

MORE ABOUT CAMILA
House trained • Spayed • Current on vaccinations

Follow this link to our Petfinder page and meet even more pups that have been rescued from the streets of Tijuana, MEXICO and are looking for their furrever home: Petfinder - Friends of Humane Society de Tijuana

-Summer 2015