Thursday, July 7, 2011


Could you please chip in $5 to help this abused girl?

Please use our ChipIn at

Here is their story, from Christiane of GP Rescue Montana: 

"Lena was dropped off at a shelter in Southern Utah with a terribly infected 3" deep  wound all the way around her neck. Only 4 months old, she is also infested with fleas and very emaciated. The vet theorizes that she was tied up as a freshly weaned pup with a wire or nylon cord and left that way for months. As she grew, the cord slowly ate into her flesh. The owner dropped her off at a kill shelter once he realized what he had done. The shelter has no vet on staff and gave Lena no medical care. They report noticing a strong odor of corruption, but did not even get close enough to this poor baby to realize she was a girl- they were advertising her as a boy. Finally, they e-mailed Great Pyrenees Rescue of Montana. With the help of other rescue folk, we got her into a clinic, where she underwent surgery for her wound for several hours. So far, her medical bill is up to $1,650. We desperately need help to pay for this poor baby's care! The good news is that she is recovering well and loves to snuggle and cuddle. With your help, little Lena will have a happy, long life and hopefully be able to forget about her suffering. Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated!"
We have agreed to sponsor 10% of Lena’s care.

All donations go directly from Paypal to National Great Pyrenees Rescue, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can help save this one and many more!