This is Laila's journey, a story of compassion, love and healing... Laila Ali was surrendered by her breeder for euthanasia to a local vet hospital presenting with an untreated leg injury and starvation. Laila was emaciated weighing only 3 lbs at 10 weeks old, suffering from an infection in her rear leg that had invaded her, tendons, ligaments and bones. Laila is a victim of unregulated breeding in NC. Volunteers from RUFF (formerly with Paw Prints Rescue) saved Laila by bringing her into their program and raising funding to provide her with the veterinary care needed to save her life. Laila lost her leg, but thanks to the excellent care of Crossroads Vet and RUFF Volunteers, her life was saved. She is now the newest member of our family, joining her tripawd brother Liam in spreading the message encourage voters to support passing legislation to regulate Commercial dog breeders In NC, to assure the safety and welfare of the animals. Visit: www.ncruff.org to volunteer and advocate for rescued dogs. Visit: www.ncvaw.org to learn more about advocating for Commercial Breeder Legislation in NC. You can follow Laila's Journey on facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Laila-Ali/328949623790653
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Laila Ali suffered injury and starvation from breeder neglect. Rescued by volunteers from Rescue Ur Forever Friend volunteers (formerly with Paw Prints Rescue) thousands of dollars were donated to have her life. Her story touches thousands of people to help put an end to irresponsible breeding in NC and demand Commercial Breeder Legislation that will stop Puppy Mills Suffering in North Carolina. To help stop Puppy Mills in NC visit http://ncvaw.org/ Follow Laila's journey on facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Laila-Ali/328949623790653 Laila supports http://www.ncruff.org/
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Laila Ali, saved a year ago today on December 5th, 2011, a 10 week old emaciated and broken boxer puppy weighing only 3lbs. Rescue Ur Forever Friend (RUFF) Rescue reached out to commit to saving Laila. Today, Laila is a healthy robust girl, giving back to those who saved her and doing outreach to help more dogs enjoy her fate. RUFF continues to reach out to the sick, the broken, the abandoned expectant moms and orphaned puppies who would otherwise be euthanized in shelters. We need your donations and your help to keep these animals alive, and give them the home they deserve. Please visit www.ncruff.org to donate. It only takes a small donation to make a big difference for a deathrow dog.
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ApacheAnne has been getting penalty flags at the front door for clipping our legs out from under us to be the first one (standing) to get out the door. We've been working on it, and she now exits somewhat gracefully. Here's her version of "calm, submissive" exits........she's such a good gurrrrl!
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