Molly8, April 2002
The April "Buddy Arnold" dog
One sunny afternoon in March, a small and very frightened young black Lab was picked up as an injured stray and taken to the county animal shelter near Floral City, FL. Protecting her broken front leg as best she could, this sad little pup waited in vain at the shelter for an owner to claim her. As soon as the required stray hold was over, volunteers from Humanitarians of Florida whisked the pretty little Lab out of the shelter and off to a vet for emergency medical treatment.
Now named Molly, the 6 month old pup was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection in addition to her broken leg, but was otherwise found to be in good health. Molly charmed everyone she met at the vet's office with her pretty face and friendly personality. Her broken leg splinted and wrapped, Molly went happily home with her new foster family whose main challenge would be to keep Molly quiet so that her leg could heal.
LABMED was contacted for assistance with Molly's medical bills. We were delighted to be able to help this nice young dog get ready for a long and loving life with a new family. As soon as Molly is able to romp and play again, she will be ready to move on to the lucky family who will be on the receiving end of the many happy Lab kisses that Molly loves to dispense!
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