Thursday, July 10, 2014

AFTER photos...This is July the toy Poodle, looking much better.  She needs surgery on her back leg.  The hair was so matted that it made her leg get out of whack, so to speak.  The surgery will cost around $750.00.  Would anyone be willing to foster her through her rehabilitation?

Look at all that hair!

Look at these before pictures!  Stay tuned for after photos.

Monday, July 7, 2014

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

This is Bear.  He came in a couple of days ago.  Another demodectic mange case.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Brock with his new toy...
Playing with his new brother...

Going to work this morning...

Monday, June 23, 2014

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Brock is going to be on WSFA tonight!!!  He's gone from curled up in pain under a house to local celebrity.  (Pictured above:  Mr. Brock being spoiled rotten by the administrative staff).
Donate to Brock's Medical Fund.

Call 334-409-0622 or visit

Montgomery Humane Society
1150 John Overton Drive
Montgomery, Alabama  36110
Brock gets a ham bone....  Brock is now in our administrative offices being taken care of by our administrative staff under Dr. Westbrook's supervision.

So far, we have raised over $1,000.00 in online donations and over $500.00 in counter donations.

Brock will be on WSFA today!  He's becoming a celebrity puppy.  Not bad considering his spend the first 6 months of his life under a house!

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Brock got to come back to the shelter yesterday!  This morning he played fetch in the play yard.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Brock is doing better.  According to Dr. Westbrook, he's not out of the woods, but he is able to go outside and potty and even wants to play a little.  He's also eating well.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Dr. Westbrook sent me these images of the actual mites that were on Brock.  These are the Demodex mites that cause demodectic (red) mange.  

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

WSFA 12 News Anchor Mark Bullock @mbullock_wsfa visits Brock at Carmichael Road Animal Clinic.  Also pictured, Clinic employee, Casey.  #brocksstory

Visited Brock about an hour ago.  He is doing better.  He has been walking more and has a good appetite.  He may be released from Carmichael Road Animal Clinic this Friday.

Monday, June 9, 2014

I visited Brock this afternoon.  When I got there, I was a bit worried because he was just curled up in a ball.
Then, I went into his kennel and he perked up.  He started eating his chicken that the staff had put down for him.
After that, he ate some of his canned food.

An easy way to donate online...  Just put Brock in the Pet's Name box.

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Brock Update...

Dr. Westbrook called yesterday and said that Brock is doing "OK."  He was treated for hookworms and roundworms.  He is still being kept at Carmichael Road Animal Clinic, Montgomery, Alabama.  Dr. Westbrook said that the passing of all of these worms can be dangerous and lead to bleeding so he is keeping him at the clinic for observation.  He will get another medicated bath Monday morning.  THANK YOU (YES I AM SHOUTING) TO ALL OF THOSE WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED!!!  We can't save them all, but we can do our best to save one.  Call the Montgomery Humane Society 334-409-0622 to contribute to the "Brock Medical Treatment Fund." 


Saturday, June 7, 2014

This is Brock going to the vet thank to your donations!!!!  Brock thanks you for all of the interest.  Dr. Westbrook (he's great!) took a skin scrape and determined red mange.  Brock will be treated with a dip to kill the mite.

Call the Montgomery Humane Society for more information on Brock or to donate (334)  409-0622.  You may also email  Thank you!