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Update on Eve (Now Evie)

Posted April 2nd, 2014 by Administrator

 

 

We are happy to announce that Eve has found her forever home.  This is from Casey’s:

 

 

From an unwanted dog dumped by her owners at a dump site, full of sarcoptic mange, just had babies, and heartworm positve. She has transformed into the most beautiful dog. After she was fostered through the contagious 2 weeks of sarcoptic mange from a wonderful family in Kentucky we finally got Eve here on January 22nd and spent 5 weeks with our wonderful foster Sarah who nursed her back to health. At the end of February Diane and her husband Dan wanted to foster to adopt Eve and help her through the heartworm treatment. Which they have. On March 29th. Diane and Dan will officially adopt her. She doesn’t even look like the same dog.

 

 

This is from her new mom:
All of you have no idea how much joy and love she has brought to our hearts. She has adjusted very well here. She loves car rides and also playing in the back yard. Her favorite thing is watching the price is right in her very own recliner. We cannot wait to officially adopt her and give her her new name of Evie Grace Gioia. Because of everyone who helped her through everything she went through she has turned out to be the sweetest most lovable little doggie. At the end of April she will be taking her first road trip to Minnesota to meet her grandparents so she can be spoiled even more. Thank you and God bless each and everyone of you for what you do.
Love Dan, Diane and Evie Grace Gioia.

 

 

Everyone at JJS is very happy that Evie has found her forever home and will now have the life and love that she deserves.
 

 

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Abandoned by her owners and rescued on Christmas Eve, Eve is now searching for her forever home

Posted February 4th, 2014 by jon.frodin@jjstech.com

One of the wonderful things that we are able to do at JJS Technical Services is to give back to our community. This year we have partnered with Casey’s Safe Haven, a dog and horse rescue located in Elburn, Illinois, to sponsor the care of a special dog every month until he or she can be adopted by a caring, loving, and committed family or individual. Casey’s Safe Haven is dedicated to the rescue and placement of dogs and puppies that have been neglected, abandoned or surrendered when their owners are no longer able to care for them.

 

You can view Eve directly at: http://caseysdogrescue.com/dog-month/.

 

 

We will post one blog a month featuring the special dog that we are sponsoring. It is our hope in bringing the plight of these dogs to your attention that we can work together to find them all a loving home they can call their own. The dogs that we sponsor will be medically treated and healthy when they are eligible to be adopted and all they need is love, attention and a chance at a new life with a caring, loving family.

 


Our first dog is a beautiful natured, gentle and very friendly black Labrador Retriever that we were privileged to name Eve. Although her exact age is unknown the knowledgeable staff at Casey’s and the vet estimate that she is between 2 and 3 years of age. She is extremely well trained, obedient and loves to be with people. She enjoys going for rides in the car, works well on a leash and knows all the basic commands, showing she was a loved and cared for dog in her past.

 

Eve was found abandoned at a donation collection site by some kind people this Christmas. They immediately recognized the plight of this poor animal as she was hopefully waiting there for an owner that would never return. All she had was a half a bag of dog food and an old collar around her neck. She was obviously a new mother dog although no puppies were left with her and none were found in the surrounding area.

 

 

She was taken to Casey’s Safe Haven where the first order of business was a trip to the vet. It was determined that she had mange, a secondary skin infection, worms, ear infection, and she was also found to be heartworm positive. Currently she is finishing her mange treatment and is getting her beautiful coat back in shape. She has been wormed, spayed, vaccinated and micro-chipped and all infections are fully treated.

 

 

Eve is now in a foster home where she is a playful, loving and happy member of the family. She will start heartworm treatment in the next few weeks and, if all goes as planned, Eve will be ready for adoption to a forever home on March 17, 2014.

 

If you are interested in learning more about Eve please contact Casey’s Safe Haven online at http://caseysdogrescue.com/. For more information about Eve click on the Special Needs Dogs header and check out the January Dog of the Month post. If you want to help get the word out please spread the story of Eve and let’s find her the forever home she truly deserves.

 

 

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