The need for our Res-Q Fund just never seems to end. This little guy is a prime example of why there will always be a need for this fund that was set up to provide emergency medical care for animals in need. This tiny guy is Spencer, and … he is a 7 month old cockapoo that was hit by a car. Spencer was left in a crate with a blanket and toy at a veterinary clinic on a cold December day. There was also a note left on the crate that said that Spencer had a broken leg, and that his family couldn't afford to help him.
After bringing Spencer inside out of the cold, the veterinary clinic called our AHS Tinton Falls facility right away. Our animal control officers brought Spencer straight to our medical department for examination. X rays revealed that Spencer had a broken femur that would require immediate medical attention, so we brought him straight to North Star Vets to see a specialist. Within hours, Spencer went from being a tiny, helpless little puppy left in a crate out in the cold with a broken leg, to being on an operating table and on the road to a better life.
A couple of weeks have passed since Spencer underwent the extensive surgery of repairing his broken leg, and Spencer is now a happy, healthy little pup that is so thrilled to be well again and in good hands at our AHS Tinton Falls facility. Spencer is a happy, playful, fun-loving little guy that just loves everyone he meets. He has put the whole painful experience behind him and is looking forward to starting over with a loving, caring family that will never let him go. Spencer may need some post-surgery care and follow up for the next few weeks, but we expect him to make a full recovery. Spencer, and all of us at Associated Humane Societies, are so very grateful to our generous supporters who contribute to our Res-Q Fund. Without your support, who knows what would become of the special cases like Spencer. Please make a contribution to our Res-Q Fund!
If you are interested in adopting Spencer, please contact our Tinton Falls facility at 732-922-0100 or email them