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Coachella Dogs
  • Coachella Dogs
  • Coachella Dogs
  • Coachella Dogs

Coachella Dogs

STATUS: ADOPTED

If you have turned on the television, scrolled through your social media feeds, or watched the news in the last few weeks, then you've most likely heard about the animal cruelty case in Coachella. Our partners at the Riverside County Department of Animal Services confiscated 38 dogs from dire conditions within the suspect's house.

If you have turned on the television, scrolled through your social media feeds, or watched the news in the last few weeks, then you've most likely heard about the animal cruelty case in Coachella. Our partners at the Riverside County Department of Animal Services confiscated 38 dogs from dire conditions within the suspect's house.

These dogs, ranging in age from 1-6 years old, were surrendered to the County, and we were able to transfer in 6 to our Pet Adoption Center on Friday, May 2nd. In addition to giving these dogs time to settle in to their new surroundings, and adjust to receiving attention and kindness, we have had each of them spayed or neutered. Upon examining them, our veterinary team discovered additional medical needs with several of these dogs. Sweet Ariana had a mammary tumor removed, shy Zedd received dental extractions and teeth cleaning, and cautious Khalid was diagnosed with hydrocephalus, meaning he requires more hands-on care.

Getting these dogs ready for adoption and taking care of their medical concerns is all part of providing them their second chances, but it is an expensive endeavor. Addressing these additional medical surgeries have put a strain on our resources. We are asking you to consider contributing toward the care of these special dogs, so we can continue helping more animals needing assistance. Donations received will go to our Noah's Fund, which is used when pets have a medical need beyond a spay or neuter. As always, we thank you for your support and appreciate any way you are able to help.

 

DONATE TO NOAH'S FUND

An abandoned dog with an incredible will to live has recovered after surgeons repaired his severely injured jaw. Noah has since been adopted and we have received updates that he is happy, well and thriving.  To honor Noah and to help ailing cats and dogs who come under the care of the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center so that they, too, can have bright futures, MSRPAC established Noah’s Fund.