Did you know that our Orlando Toyota dealership has paired up with Save A Life Pet Rescue? This incredible non-profit organization has saved countless animals' lives here in Central Florida, and we owe them a great debt for all of their amazing work. However, since Save A Life Pet Rescue is a non-profit, they depend on support from all of us to continue savings lives in our local community. That's why we want to talk to you about two very special pups who need your help!
Boo was taken to Save A Life Pet Rescue when he was found wandering a construction site. Boo was abandoned and severely neglected, and suffered from an eye infection, damaged teeth, hair loss, emaciation, hookworms, and a chronic skin condition. Left to his own defenses, Boo had no one to take care of him and nurse him back to health… until he met the incredible folks at Save A Life Pet Rescue!
Boo is doing better; he's regained some weight and his eye infection has cleared up, and he seems to have also regained some of his friendly and playful demeanor! Unfortunately, he's still having issues with his skin, which is why he needs help. Save A Life Pet Rescue is going to have to perform extensive testing to get to the root of the problem, as well as develop a new treatment for him. Save A Life Pet Rescue is currently looking for a sponsor for Boo!
Abby is a 10-week old Border Collie mix puppy. Abby was rescued from a shelter in Alabama who wanted to give her another shot at a happy forever home. She was brought to Save A Life Rescue so they could do just that! She is a playful, sweet puppy, but she does have some medical issues that need attention.
Abby has a cleft lip, and she is mostly blind. The folks at Save A Life think she might be able to see shadows, as she will follow movements, but she needs help. She needs a surgery to repair her cleft lip and Save A Life would like to do more testing on her eyes to see if any of the damage in them can be reversed! That's why they're currently looking for a sponsor for Abby - help her regain her health!
Help us help Save A Life Pet Rescue. These are just two of the countless dogs they rescue every single day. You can learn more about how to help this incredible organization by visiting their website, or calling 407-952-1858!