Meet Casey, the new kid on the block and it looks like she'll be with us for quite awhile! She was brought to AHS by an Asbury Park resident who said he found her in poor condition. He was going to keep her but the landlord said "no pets".
It appears that whatever her history, she was forced to grow up out of puppyhood and the carefree happy existence that all puppies should enjoy.
The Society's veterinarian checked Casey from stem to stern. The very sweet and very young lass was suffering from severe demodectic mange -- a parasite which causes her to itch and scratch and created a secondary infection. She'll be with us for awhile but has been made comfortable with a soothing medicated treatment while the mange is being treated.
Thanks to your generosity and concern for these sad-faced orphans, the Res-Q Fund is being used on a daily basis to help for the care, treatment, housing until they are placed for adoption. For more information on Casey, call the Society's Tinton Falls facility at 732-922-0100 and refer to File 78056 or e-mail us.
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