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Busta - Victim of Owner's Ignorance



Every life is precious and the Society tries to make a difference in the future of every animal that comes through our doors. In the majority of appeals to our donors, the Society asks for donations to our Res-Q-Fund, because it is the Res-Q Fund that is extremely important, not only to Busta, but to all animals in their hour of need. Please read Busta's story.

Busta when he first arrived.

When an Asbury Park owner attempted to mate her two dogs, they became stuck together, (which is not an usual occurrence). The owner decided to take matters into her own hands and pulled them apart, injuring the male dog. She brought the 1 year old Malti-poo to a local vet who allegedly did not give required treatment. After 2 days at the veterinary hospital, they advised that the penis was completely black and dead and they would require $3,500 for surgery to remove the penis.

She surrendered the dog to the Society since she had no funds to take care of his medical needs. Busta was sent for costly specialized care at the Red Bank Veterinary Hospital where his penis had to be removed. Busta is now at the Society's Tinton Falls shelter, convalescing until a lifetime of love is found. File TF-68745.

Busta feeling much improved.

For more information about Busta or any of the pets we have waiting for homes, please contact us or call the Society at 732-922-0100. Our Tinton Falls shelter is located at 2960 Shafto Road, near the Route 33-34 Circle and convenient to Exit 102 (So) and Exit 100-B (No) of the Garden State Parkway. We are open 7 days a week for your convenience between 12 and 4.

The Society has established a Res-Q Fund for the sole purpose of giving emergency, surgical or other intensive veterinary care to sick, injured and abused animals that come through our doors. Any funds donated that exceed the cost of any needed efforts will be applied to others in need of surgical or intensive veterinary care. Your support is greatly needed. Each day another needy animal arrives that requires costly care. Please donate today to insure that animals that come to the Society in need of such care can continue to be treated.

Buster now!

Unforeseen emergencies and illnesses can occur and it is important to check into pet insurance or keep some dollars aside for our own pet's needs.

4/17/2012

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