Poorly Pups - Nerys and Cerys

** VERY SAD UPDATE **

We are so very sorry to let you know that Cerys, the little blue and white French Bulldog cross pup, has sadly passed away. The vets did their very best but Parvovirus is a devastating disease and at just six weeks old she just wasn't strong enough to fight it.

It is vital at times like this that we remind everyone of the importance of vaccinating your dogs against this deadly disease. While Cerys was too young to be vaccinated she would have contracted the virus from another unvaccinated dog. Her passing could so easily have been prevented and it was an unnecessary death. Sadly we see Parvovirus all too often in rescue. Please, take a lesson from this and check that your dog's vaccinations are up to date - you are not only putting your dog at risk but others as well..

Nerys, the solid blue pup, continues to fight and whilst she isn't out of the woods yet, the vets are hopeful of a positive outcome. She is a lot bigger and stronger than Cerys so still has a fighting chance. She needs to stay at the vets for quite a while yet and we will continue to do everything we can to ensure she makes it. We would be really grateful for any donations towards our vet fund to help with the vet fees You can donate by texting VETS89 £1, £2, £3, £4 or £5 to 70070 or visit:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/HopeRescueVetFees

You can also donate by paypal - paypal@hoperescue.org.uk

We will continue to keep you updated and have our fingers and paws crossed for a positive outcome for Nerys.

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An emergency call this week to help two poorly pups in need resulted in the six week old French Bulldog cross pups coming into Hope's care. They had both tested positive for the deadly Parvovirus so were in urgent need of life-saving veterinary care.

The two female pups were signed over into our care and we named them Nerys and Cerys. They are now at the emergency vets receiving the care and treatment they need but being so young, it is a very worrying time and we will do everything we can to give them the best possible chance of recovery. 

Their treatment is not cheap so we would be really grateful for any donations towards our vet fund. You can donate by texting VETS89 £1, £2, £3, £4 or £5 to 70070 or visit:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/HopeRescueVetFees

We will of course keep you updated and have our fingers and paws crossed for a positive outcome for these little ones.