Valentine’s Story and Status
When the good people at OMYA Limestone in Lucrene Valley found Valentine, they called Reg at Sounds of Silent Spirits Sanctuary. This first call initiated an outpouring of compassion and caring that have saved this dog’s life. When Chuck and Reg brought Valentine into the Bear Valley Pet Clinic she was in bad shape. The people who had tortured and dragged her had left her for dead.
* Her muzzle was bound with black electrical tape
* Her front paws were broken, the left one can be saved, her right front paw will be amputated
* Her skull was crushed, possibly with a rock
* She suffered abrasions, possibly from dragging over much of her body
* Her stomach had to be pumped, as it was full of gravel and rocks
The cruelty Valentine experienced is over. She is resting comfortably at the vets. When Reg saw her this morning, Valentine had a great appetite and was wagging her tail. She may have just started on the road to recovery, but Valentine knows she is safe and surrounded by people who love and care for her.
What does the Future hold for Valentine? Because of generous donations from around the world Valentine will be at the Bear Valley Animal Hospital until she is fully recovered and very likely fitted with a
Valentine is Eating well and resting after her surgery to her left front paw
prosthetic front paw.
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Today nearly 2 1/2 Years later Valentine is fully recovered and with the use of her fourth prosthetic front right leg. She lives with her family in an active, loving, and happy home. She is still the Sounds of Silent Spirits Mascot on all their events to help stop animal abuse and to educate children how to make a difference. She makes all appearances and has a huge fan base world wide. She love all of you and thanks you for helping to saving her life. She encourages everyone to fight and support
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