2nd graders make a difference!

April 11, 2010

The 2nd graders of Merryhill School in Las Vegas held a fundraiser for H.A.R.T., and collected over 400 lbs of dog food for us! It was absolutely amazing, and so wonderful to see what those kids accomplished.
Wade and I went to their school to accept their donation, and we took Aimee with us. She was the hit of the day! She was wonderful with all the kids, and we were able to raise awareness of animal abuse as well as animal rescue while were there.
The day was wonderful, and H.A.R.T. wants to say thanks again to these wonderful students and their teachers.

Please go HERE to see photos and video of the day!

Springtime Bazaar in Mesquite, NV

April 17th!
We will be there, along with 'We Care for Animals', with many of our adoptable dogs.
Come and join us!

Adoption event Saturday, April 10th.

April 05, 2010

Aimee needs your help.

April 01, 2010

Sweet Aimee... suffering with a broken pelvis for nearly 2 months, and never complaining. When she came to us she was a happy fun-loving pup, with a smile and a heart of gold. One would have never guessed that she was in pain. But her funny little walk prompted us to take her into the WFVC for a check up.

X-Rays revealed a broken pelvis that had started to heal badly. The broken bones and arthritis were causing Aimee to not put any weight on her leg, resulting in a leg that had almost no muscle mass. Doc said that the injury was caused by 'severe trauma'. I can't even imagine what this poor girl went through.

After some discussion about what was best for Aimee, they decided to keep her overnight, and perform surgery the very next day.
We got to bring Aimee home 2 days after surgery, and she is doing SO great! She is putting weight on her leg, and is on the road to complete recovery!

Thank you SO much to the Washington Family Veterinary Clinic for taking such good care of Aimee!

As you can imagine, the surgery to repair Aimee's broken pelvis was very costly.
We are asking for your help with her vet bill so that we can continue helping other animals who have been neglected and abused. Any amount that you can donate will help!

H.A.R.T. thanks you, and the animals thank you too!