Paws in the Park Walk – UPDATE

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We recently received a wonderful letter from our friends at the SPCA regarding Paws in the Park Walk and wanted to share it with everyoone. Thank you to all who participated and helped.


I hope that you had a fantastic Thanksgiving! It’s hard to believe that the SPCA’s Paws in the Park Walk was just over two months ago. With time passing so quickly, I thought that you might want a quick update on how the SPCA used Jada Blitz Training’s generous sponsorship gift. Here are a few stories of the hope and happiness that we have provided to animals in need. Can you pass them along to Ashley and Justin?

This precious Goldendoodle puppy could have had a much different outcome had it not been for Aaron, our Director of Cruelty Investigations. A local breeder, infamous for overbreeding her dogs, had a six-year-old standard poodle that was in need of medical attention. Thankfully the breeder agreed to surrender Lilac. We were shocked to learn that Lilac was pregnant and she subsequently gave birth to six adorable puppies. Our Director of Cruelty Investigations not only rescued her from an uncaring, unsanitary environment, but he proceeded to foster Lilac and her puppies for the next eight weeks. They grew to be healthy, joyful puppies under his care. Lilac was adopted by one of our vet techs, and the puppies were all adopted to ecstatic families. Aaron ended up adopting one as well!

Lady Tremaine is a three-month-old kitten that was brought in as a stray by a concerned citizen. The little cat had suffered a painful injury to her mouth which our veterinary team was able to stitch closed. Through pain medication and rest, Lady Tremaine healed from her trauma and was placed up for adoption.

Finally, earlier this month, a Great Blue Heron came to us dehydrated, malnourished, and with a shattered ulna bone, potentially from a gunshot. While our prognosis was initially guarded, we are thrilled to say that she has a bright future. Once she is completely rehabilitated, we will release her into a nearby wetland. She is a beautiful bird and we are honored to assist her in her complex recovery.

Thank you again to everyone at Jada Blitz Training! We hope you are proud of what you have helped to accomplish for the injured, neglected, and abandoned animals in our community.

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