Medina is an estimated three year old fuzzy black female staghound. She and Franco were rescued from a cruelty seizure in Mangum, OK. They were found with five other dogs who had died from starvation and dehydration. A third survivor was adopted by the family of one of the vets who cared for them after the rescue. Medina is named after the police officer who rescued her. Medina is being treated for Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Because she and Franco arrived very dehydrated and thin, they are being cared for in a loving foster home. It is thought that Medina is the mother of Franco. It is not known at this time if Medina is small animal or cat tolerant.

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The special medical treatment cost needed by Medina is why the The Dr. E. Kelly Nitsche Veterinary Care Fund was established. If you would like to help with Medina's care, please take a moment to make a donation to the fund. You WILL and CAN make a difference in Medina's life and the lives of other greyhounds in need of special medical care. Your help and support will make a difference - one greyhound at a time.

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Greyhound Adoption League of Texas
3400 Carlisle St, #310
Dallas, TX 75204

Please note The Dr. E. Kelly Nitsche Veterinary Care Fund/Medina on your check.