A follow up exam was done one week after Maxi's initial exam and already progress was noted. The swelling from the glaucoma had been reduced and the corneal ulcers were showing signs of healing; however, the prognosis is still very guarded as before. Maxi will be on a prolonged regime of medical treatment. His daily activities are routine and normal and he is doing exactly what dogs are supposed to do.
Monday, April 24, 2017
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UPDATE ON MAXI
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This month we had a medical challenge--Maxi. Enrique notified FHSTJ that this dog was in need of urgent medical attention. (For more information on Enrique, see the blog below dated April 23rd entitled: “The Neighborhood Rescue Efforts of Enrique and Beatriz”.) FHSTJ took Maxi to one of the Tijuana veterinarians participating in a program to offer low cost care and spay and neuter for people and rescuers with very limited resources who are referred by FHSTJ.
Maxi was relieved of his pain and a conservative form of treatment was started to see how he responds.
He was groomed and treated for internal and external parasites as well as the stones that had imbeded in his feet.
While the prognosis to save his eye is guarded, for the time being, he will be comfortable and cared for. In the worse case scenario, even with one eye and free of any unforeseen complications, he will be able to live contentedly with the love and care of his rescuers. If you want an update on maxi, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org and entitle your email ¨ Send Update on Maxi¨
Sunday, April 23, 2017
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April 6th, we held the 1st of this Spring/Summer’s Itchy/Scratchy clinics and it was a fabulous success! One hundred and seventy six pet & rescue dogs were treated in Salvatierra, one of the poorest Colonias here in
As you can see from the photos, it was a tremendous success!
We want to give a special thanks to our donors, because if it wasn’t for you, these animals would still be sick and miserable.
We also want to express our appreciation and gratitude to Alex and his team of volunteers!!! We at FHSTJ highly value your self-sacrificing hard work!
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The neighborhood rescue efforts of Enrique and Beatriz
For years, Enrique & Beatriz have been doing street rescues in their neighborhood in the hills above the colonia of la Gloria in the South of Tijuana—an extremely poor area. We have done stories on them in the past, so we thought you would enjoy this update.
These loving people, who live very modestly, share their home and space with street rescues, many of whom are not candidates for adoption. This is due to these animals having lived on the streets and among packs for so long that they do not adjust well to living without them. Enrique, Beatriz and their children provide a home for these dogs that would otherwise have to remain on the streets, hungry, diseased and fearful.
FHSTJ has been supplying food and veterinary care for this neighborhood rescue operation since 2008. Once again, we are happy to be able to share an update. Every month we deliver several hundred pounds of dog food to feed the entire group of current rescues which averages a daily census of 25. FHSTJ also provides veterinary care and spay and neuter services.
As you can see , everyone comes to the food shed when the monthly food delivery arrives. It is obvious that these animals and the children share a strong bond