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Meet Zane

Zane and his brother Zen were left at the pound when they were only 4 weeks old, they were both heavily infested with fleas and also had built up dried faeces on there legs. Zane's leg was so bad it had become infected, he also had an elastic band around his tail which has caused part of his tail to die this will need to be partially docked at a later date. Both pups were unwell and had problems eating and had constant diahorria, Zane was in a worse condition then his brother as he was a lot smaller. The only way I could get Zane to eat was to force feed him with a syringe, finally after about a week and a dose of anti-biotics he picked up but this didn't last long as he stopped eating and the diahorria returned and it was back to force feeding him. Luckly he did get over his illness and has started putting on weight, but unfortunatly he has now developed a ulcer in her left eye which is now being treated with medication. Little Zane has been through a lot in his very short life and his vet bills have started to grow, you donation towards his vet bills would be greatly appreciated. Zane will grow to be a medium sized dog

Zane and his brother Zen were left at the pound when they were only 4 weeks old, they were both heavily infested with fleas and also had built up dried faeces on there legs. Zane's leg was so bad it had become infected, he also had an elastic band around his tail which has caused part of his tail to die this will need to be partially docked at a later date. Both pups were unwell and had problems eating and had constant diahorria, Zane was in a worse condition then his brother as he was a lot smaller. The only way I could get Zane to eat was to force feed him with a syringe, finally after about a week and a dose of anti-biotics he picked up but this didn't last long as he stopped eating and the diahorria returned and it was back to force feeding him. Luckly he did get over his illness and has started putting on weight, but unfortunatly he has now developed a ulcer in her left eye which is now being treated with medication. Little Zane has been through a lot in his very short life and his vet bills have started to grow, you donation towards his vet bills would be greatly appreciated.

If you can help us by sponsoring some of Zane's vet expenses please call Megan on 9627 2767 or email dchanimaladoptions@iprimus.com.au or click below.

Thank you to Roland, Charles, Harzl and Kelli for sponsoring Zane's vet fees. His expenses have now been fully covered.

Zane was adopted on 13 February 2011 after 3 weeks in foster care

Zane has sadly had additional veterinary expenses due to illness or injury. We are seeking sponsorship for Zane to help us cover some of those additional costs.

To help sponsor Zane you can donate securely online using the Give Now or Paypal on the links below.

Alternatively, you can contact us on 1300-88-93-40 or cheques can be sent to DCH Animal Adoptions, 44 Dingle St Riverstone NSW 2765.

  • Medium x Breed Pup
  • male
  • 22 November 2010
  • $350
  • 22 January 2011
  • 13 February 2011

Animals in our Care

These animals have been rescued from various pounds and shelters by volunteer Foster Carers who provide the animal with a safe haven until they can be permanently rehomed. They are located throughout Sydney, Australia.

Please note that descriptions of breed, age and size are given in good faith and are based on assessment of the animal's features, together with veterinary opinion. We cannot guarantee the age and breed of any animal listed.

All dogs and cats listed come desexed, vaccinated, wormed, microchipped and heartworm tested.

Also have a look at our Dogs in Care pages for more dogs available for adoption.

Last updated: 22 January 2011