Toby Fund Of Wolf Creek Oregon
Toby Fund Of Wolf Creek Oregon
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Toby Fund Of Wolf Creek Oregon THE TOBY FUND OF WOLF CREEK OREGON, INC. mission is to create communities of compassion for animals in Southern Oregon rural communities. 
Toby Fund Of Wolf Creek Oregon
 
"Parvo" is a horrible disease that can be prevented with a simple vaccine. Honey found out how horrible Parvo is as her guardian, 13 yr old Maria cried uncontrollably over her tiny cold body which she brought down the mountain to a neighbor. The TOBY FUND had helped with vet bills for her sibling, a pup named ‘Zero’; but, tiny Honey struggled to live. If stricken animals survive, normally they are on IV fluids and treatments for days. Somehow, Honey cheated death. Maria then made sure that she had all three shots in the puppy series, and never let her touch the ground in strange areas for fear that Honey might again contract Parvo from another dog’s feces. Maria’s message
"OXFORD"  His injuries were horrific, a crushed leg and jaw. Trauma. A suffering male cat, Oxford, had sustained a terrible injury but made it to his Sunny Valley home. Jennifer Peninger and her six children cared for Oxford, but he needed costly surgery to remove an eye and leg. Toby and a personal friend helped out; and, after consulting with veterinarians and animal welfare organizations, Pacific Veterinary Clinic did the surgery. Euthanasia had seemed to be the only option, the suffering was immense. Now, this three-legged, one-eyed (now neutered) cat will always live indoors. Persistence, a cat’s will to live, the love of many humans…a miraculous tale.
Savanna's Medical Fund

OUR UNCHAIN MY HEART PROJECT GETS
DOGS OFF CHAINS AND INTO YARDS

The Toby Fund Unchains dogs in rural areas of Southern Oregon. Chained dogs often suffer emotional and physical damage, are 8 times more likely to bite than other dogs, experience frustration, anxiety and depression. Watch this video of a recent Unchain--disabled, older, white German Shepherd, Ghostie. Ghostie was on a line several hours per day at his house in a remote, forested area, making him vulnerable to attack by other animals.

His human parents, Tim and MaryAnn told us he was tense when entering the deck area where he was tied. Due to his incontinence, Ghostie could not be left alone in the house. Here, Tim, MaryAnn, volunteers Junior and Kathy, build the yard Ghostie waits and watches, then explores the yard which he has come to love. Enjoy the special moment--Ghostie free at last!

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Glendale is Trying to Fix a Major Cat Problem

Toby Fund Of Wolf Creek Oregon, Inc.

Feral cats are showing up in the street, on porches, even on rooftops in southern
Douglas County. And community members are now taking control of the problem.
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2015 Update: 406 Glendale cats have been altered through The Toby Fund

Toby Fund Of Wolf Creek Oregon
 

SERVICES TO RURAL COMMUNITIES (see stories, access news journal this page):

**SPAY & NEUTER  - COMPANION ANIMALS

**UNCHAIN MY HEART – DOGS OFF CHAINS & INTO YARDS

**ANIMAL MEDICAL EMERGENCY -  MEDICAL COHORT

**WELLNESS CLINICS

**LOST/FOUND/ID TAGS

**PROBLEM-SOLVING SERVICES

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**PROBLEM-SOLVING SERVICES

**SMALL ANIMAL SHELTERS

**LUCKY SEVEN PROGRAM ($7 off flea med., $7 off parvo shots)

**EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

**NEWS JOURNAL DISTRIBUTION

**ANIMAL FEED FOR NEEDY ANIMALS

**MEET & GREET TOURS – MEET ANIMALS WE HAVE HELPED

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