Lucky for BEANIE a good samaritan rescued him and brought him to the dedicated team at The Pet Project.
When we received this little guy he was malnourished, suffering from trauma, and had an infected eye - in fact, so infected we were not sure that an eyeball even existed. But our optimistic team lept into action and immediately got BEANIE the medical attention he needed in order to start his healing process. During his initial medical check up it was determined that BEANIE was a Yorkie/Terrier mix, had received a severe blow to his head just above his eye, most likely the cause of the massive infection and was possibly suffering from a concussion.
Today we are happy to report that BEANIE is recovering nicely. Through dedicated medical attention, antibiotics and infinite love from his foster parents BEANIE is growing stronger and more active each day.
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Recently BEANIE attended his first Pet Project event as a guest to our Push-Up-4-Pets fundraiser. He met new pet friends and helped us raise money so we can continue our efforts, and save even more pets.
BEANIE's medical bills were excessive. If you believe in our efforts and appreciate what we have done for BEANIE and hope to do for other pets .... please be sure to donate today - we can't do it without your help!
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Help us welcome to The Pet Project family our new mascot BEANIE!
We love this little guy so so so much!!!
Poor little BEANIE was found roadside near a dumpster. He was doing his best to be a strong boy, but unfortunately was suffering greatly.
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Be sure to come to our website and check out the "Mascot" tab for updates on BEANIE's progress. Each day he is growing healthier, more confident and cuter. Hopefully he will be ready for a new "Forever Home" in 2018, but will always remain an intricate part of The Pet Project as our beloved mascot.
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