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Abandoned dog outside human society


A dog was found tied to a post outside the Greenville Humane Society with a handwritten note saying she was sick and the owner could no longer care for her. The humane society posted a photo of the dog and the note on its Facebook page, saying they weren’t surprised. Greenville Humane Society CEO Rachel Delport said she looked at security cameras and it appears Remy was left overnight Saturday through Sunday. She said her staff found Remy early Sunday morning. The message said that while abandoning animals is against the law, it is happening with increasing frequency, causing pressure on shelters everywhere. “Superficially, we can see that she has skin issues, and I think it’s just due to poor diet,” Delport said. Staff said he brought the dog, Remy, inside, gave him food and made Delport said Remy was a 4-year-old “staff” mix. “Unfortunately, Remy has been determined to have a level six heart murmur, which is the most severe and can often be felt through the chest wall,” the Facebook post said. “This serious condition will require an echocardiogram at a minimum. Depending on what is found during the procedure, Remy may require surgery or a lifelong drug regimen.” Staff said single cases like this are dependent on donations from the Hope Fund of the Humane Society. “It’s very expensive,” Delport said. “It’s one of those things you don’t see very often, but since she’s in 6th grade, that’s the highest grade you see.” The problem is that the Hope Fund is in the negative, says the Humane Society. “We’ve had more sick and injured animals in our care recently than we have the funds for,” the Facebook post said. same situation.” Human society is now asking for help. The post said Remy is just one of 95 sick or injured animals in his healing place. “We won’t give up on them, and we hope neither will you. “, said the message on Facebook. Donations to the Hope Fund can be made at https://www.greenvillehumane.com/donate and designating “The Hope Fund” as the type of donation. Delport says they have done away with 15 animals outside human society in the past two weeks. She says animal abandonment has been a major issue for shelters everywhere recently,” Delport said. “See how we can help and do things the right way. Delport says Remy is immediately available to be taken in, but it will be a few months before she can be adopted. She says Remy will be getting an echocardiogram in October. If you are interested in advocacy, adoption, or looking for resources, you can call the Greenville Humane Society at 864-242-3626.

A dog was found tied to a post outside the Greenville Humane Society with a handwritten note saying she was sick and the owner could no longer care for her.

The humane society posted a photo of the dog and the note on its Facebook page, saying they weren’t surprised.

Greenville Humane Society CEO Rachel Delport said she looked at security cameras and it appears Remy was left overnight Saturday through Sunday. She said her staff found Remy early Sunday morning.

The message said that while abandoning animals is against the law, it is happening with increasing frequency, causing pressure on shelters everywhere.

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“Superficially, we can see that she has skin issues, and I think it’s just due to poor diet,” Delport said.

Staff said they brought the dog, Remy, inside, gave him food and did an assessment.

Delport said Remy was a 4-year-old “staffy” mix.

“Unfortunately, Remy has been determined to have a level six heart murmur, which is the most severe and can often be felt through the chest wall,” the Facebook post read. “This serious condition will require an echocardiogram at a minimum. Depending on what is discovered during the procedure, Remy may require surgery or a lifelong drug regimen.”

Staff said unique cases like this depend on donations from the Humane Society’s Hope Fund.

“It’s very expensive,” Delport said. “It’s one of those things you don’t see very often, but since she’s in 6th grade, that’s the highest grade you see.”

The problem is that the Hope Fund is in the negative, says the Humane Society.

“We’ve had more sick and injured animals in our care recently than we have the funds for,” the Facebook post read. “We know that shelters all over the world are in the same situation.”

Human society is now asking for help. The post says Remy is just one of 95 sick or injured animals in his healing spot.

“We won’t let them down, and we hope you won’t either,” the Facebook post said.

Donations to The Hope Fund can be made at https://www.greenvillehumane.com/donate and designating “The Hope Fund” as the type of donation.

Delport says they’ve had 15 animals abandoned outside of human society in the past two weeks.

She says animal abandonment has been a major problem for shelters everywhere recently.

“We never want to see an abandoned animal, but if you’re trying to ask for help, please give us a call,” Delport said. “See how we can help you and do things the right way.

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Delport says Remy is immediately available to be fostered, but it will be a few months before she can be adopted. She says Remy will have an echocardiogram in October.

If you are interested in fostering, adopting, or looking for resources, you can call the Greenville Humane Society at 864-242-3626.

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