Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: neuter

SNOW-WHITE RESCUED FROM THE STREET

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Our great volunteer Angelina caught and brought in “Snowhite” to Dr Damiani. 
The clinic preformed
-Skin scraping which ruled out Scabies (mange)
-Fungal test (ringworm)( pending results )
-Under general anesthesia we shaved the area and cleaned with a chlorexidine solution to remove all the scabs and disinfect the area as well as possible
-We tested him for felv , fiv and heartworm ( all negative)
-Given Mrs. Angela approval we neutered him .
-currently he is on antibiotic therapy.
Among all the other possible underlining causes, especially if the ringworm test wil come out negative, They have to include a skin rush due to Herpes virus.

 Keep your paws crossed for Mr Snowhite!

Please help us support Snowhite with donations

DEREK AND GREG LEFT IN THE RAIN

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They were spotted laying in the pouring rain at the end of the road. Two handsome English setters, they looked like father and son. They were curled up together with eyes closed, tired and probably sick. Pio and Martina texted me: “what to do?”

I felt that they must be sick, not many strays lays so vulnerable in a middle of a street if they not are exhausted and beyond even caring if they will be attacked by others.

It was 15 minutes before Lega Pro Clinic would close, I called Dr. Gigi and told him what I knew. Could we bring them in the next morning, and if they were healthy and strong castrate them? If not healthy, could we treat them and they could then rest at the hospice?

Dr Gigi said they were kind of busy, if no problems to catch them, bring them in. I called Martina and told her if she could catch them I would link up with them at Lega the next day.
Pio and Martina took the car and when they drove up to them, the pair curled together even more, no doubt expecting the worst from these humans. But when they heard Martina and Pio’s friendly voice and saw the open car trunk, they jumped right in. They slept in their garage the whole night, very deeply.


The next morning we went to Lega Pro Animale. Greg and Derek were so fantastic, so friendly and humble that all the visitors couldn’t resist petting them. Max, my son, loved them and they didn’t do anything at all.

The examination started and Greg (5-6 years) has arthritis and enlarged lymph nodes, which could be a sign of leishmania. A blood test was conducted, keep your paws crossed that it comes out ok. He went under the knife and is now castrated.


Derek is about 8 months old and his blood platelets were very low. It could be due to erlichia, the tick born disease. Antibiotics for one month and a blood test done on him too. Because he is sick, he couldn’t be castrated so we will wait for that. We are not in a hurry since both will be picked up Saturday and brought back to the Hospice were they can get back their strength and health. They were both dirty and skinny.

These two are so fantastic, so calm and beautiful and they are up for adoption to a “together forever home”

That will be Grande Amore.