This is Iris, though we lovingly call her Dara'Lynn in her foster home. She was brought into Pima Animal Care Center as a stray in November with her ulna and radius broken in both cases front legs. The veterinarians
suspect that someone did this to her on purpose. They don't know how long her legs had been broken when she came into PACC, but they assume they had been broken for quite some time because now, after four months in foster care, her legs are still not healing. She has had to wear splints this whole time, and even with regular changing, they've causes pressure sores and rashes. Dara'Lynn doesn't let any of this stop her though, and is still the sweetest girl you could ever find. She has an underbite, which causes her to smile anytime she gets excited (= She wants so bad to run and play again. I can only imagine what it's like being a 2 year old puppy that can't run. Even still, she has such a wonderful attitude. Dara'Lynn will require an orthopedic surgery to fix her legs. It is going to cost $3,400 by Dr Rohn who has generously offered to only charge us for one fracture. Dr Rohn is an extremely experienced boarded specialist and he is confident he can help Dara'Lynn run and play again! Please consider donating. Together we can mend the wrongs that have been committed against this innocent little sweetheart.