We love happy endings, and we'd like to share Aimee's with you. Aimee was homeless and starving when she was brought to one of our spay/neuter clinics in a very poor barrio of San Ramon, Costa Rica. In addition to skin wounds, she was suffering from advanced erlichia, a tick disease that is always fatal if left untreated. Helene Wirt, one of our local rescuers and owner of Dogland, took Aimee "home." And thanks to your generous donations for emergency veterinary care, Aimee is now happy and healthy and ready for her forever family. If you are interested in an international adoption, or would like to sponsor Aimee at Dogland, please contact us!
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