Meet Reba. New Hope was contacted by a partner rescue organization after a dog that was going through their spay/neuter clinic was diagnosed with parvovirus.

Reba was taken to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine where she spent a couple of days at the clinic in isolation and was treated for parvovirus. She responded very well to her treatment and was discharged and is doing very well in her foster home.

Reba will spend several weeks with New Hope, once she is no longer shedding the virus she will be available for adoption to find an amazing forever home. She is a very sweet puppy.

Reba found her forever home just days after she was cleared for adoption, we are thrilled we could assist her on her journey.

Our Guardians of Hope Fund allows us to take on medical cases like Reba’s. We are thrilled that we are able to assist dogs like Reba. Please consider making a donation to our Guardians of Hope Fund, these funds go directly towards Reba and other dogs that need specialized care.

  • Date December 15, 2019
  • Tags Alumni