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Update!!! Talk about an amazing recovery!!! Our Eddie is doing so well, we have gotten to cut back on his meds. He is happy and doing well on walks. He is ready for his forever home!!!! Original Post: Eddie is absolutely the sweetest boy who has had the absolute crappiest life!!!! This poor, sweet, completely emaciated, high heartworm positive boy was found in a manhole drain. Did he fall in or did someone throw him there? Guess only Eddie will know. It took the city 3 DAYS to get him out. Whereupon they took him to BARC, the high-kill city of Houston pound, gave him three days to find a home and BAM landed on the euthanasia list!!!   We just could not let that be this boy’s whole life!!!   We got Eddie to safety but knew we had to do more so we went to Bay Area Veterinary Specialist and saw the cardiologist. He has started on heart meds and slow kill heartworm treatment.  We are hopeful that we can give this boy the time he deserves to have a fabulous life full of love!   Eddie is probably around 8 years old and is in an amazing foster home with 3 other dogs. He is not a fan of cats.   If you are interested in loving and spoiling this boy for the rest of his life, just fill out our adoption application and we will be in touch.  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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