Here is an update on how Lil’ Ace is doing. This is the German shepherd pup that was run over by a car yet managed to survive and make it through surgery. It was made possible by the kindness and caring of two rescues and good medical personnel.
“Well, he landed in his foster home last Saturday and has been having a blast! I think the hardest part about fostering Ace so far has been keeping him quiet. As far as he’s concerned, that accident never happened — and he is rip-roaring to go at 100 miles an hour all the time!” as told by Andrea from GSRA (German Shepherd Rescue and Adoption).
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She says he has a long road to recovery ahead of him, but thanks to his dedicated foster family (headed up by Erika Groh!) he is well on his way to being a a happy, healthy, fully mobile young boy. He is currently under doctor’s orders of strict bed rest for the next 6 weeks.
Physical therapy will begin after his 6 weeks of rest. Ace has decided that his big sister Sammie’s dog bed is the place to crash and watch the comings and goings of the household when he’s not in his bed in his room (his crate — which he isn’t happy about).
Ace meeting his new foster mom Erika. Photo: Courtesy of GSRA
Andrea wants to offer thanks to all involved that made Ace’s rescue and foster possible:
Dr. Stoll and the staff at Eastern Carolina Veterinary Referral Animal Hospital
Krista from A Shelter Friend
Lori from Noble Shepherd Rescue
Veronica, who transported Ace to his foster home last weekend (GSRA) **
Cathie, who has been working with Ace’s new foster family to make sure the foster experience is a good one
Erika and her family for taking Ace in, loving him and being willing and able to go on this incredible journey with him.
“This was — and continues to be — a group effort of immense proportions and I am so thankful to everyone who came together to make this happen.
There will be more Ace updates in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, enjoy some pics of Ace getting to know his new foster family.
** Andrea says, “Veronica puts more miles on her car in the name of rescue than anyone I know and many, many, many dogs owe their thanks and their happy endings to her for being the ‘road warrior’ that she is!!”
For more info: German Shepherd Rescue and Adoption Website
Puppy love saves Lil’ Ace who was run over by a car in NC
Puppy shower on the internet for adoptable pups at So. CA German Shepherd Rescue
Ellen joins Stamps to the Rescue campaign to help shelters feed abandoned, neglected dogs
German Shepherd Rescue and Adoption is located throughout NC. They have volunteers in just about every major city in the state, including the Triangle, the Triad and Charlotte area. They are a nonprofit organization and any donations are tax-deductible. Help a shepherd today.
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