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We've counted your votes and the results are in! Congratulations to the Healthy Paws Rescue Race winner and recipient of the grand prize grant of $20,000, @PuppyKittyNYCity! Thank you to the organizations who participated and everything you do, and congratulations to all as they will be taking home grants from $5,000 - $15,000 to assist their work of helping more homeless pets. @PuppyKittyNYCity@txpyrs@FOHA_VA@barkypines@bulldoghavennw@GRRRrescue

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There's still time - have you voted in the Healthy Paws Rescue Race yet? We need your help to give away $70,000 in grants to non-profit organizations who help homeless pets! Read the amazing stories and vote for your favorite happy adoption tale via our link in bio!

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Introducing the final contestant in our Healthy Paws Rescue Race, @Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue (TGPR)! TGPR covers Dallas, Austin, Houston, San Antonio and South Texas to rescue Great Pyrenees and mixes that are at-risk for injury, cruelty, abandonment, or euthanasia. Don’t miss the story of Quinn, a pup rescued by this amazing organization: In 2018, a TGPR volunteer was at a vet hospital, preparing to bring home a dog who’d been hit by a car and was now stable. While waiting, a man walked in with a wet, dirty puppy in a wooden box. He’d been driving home from work and spotted the dog on the side of the highway, lying in mud. She was in bad shape, so he immediately drove her to the emergency vet. The volunteer recognized that the pup was a Great Pyrenees, so TGPR jumped in to save the puppy. She turned out to be only 9 weeks old and had been hit by a car, left with multiple broken bones in her legs and pelvis. The prognosis was grim, and the hospital transferred her to an orthopedic specialist. After bathing, hand-feeding, and lots of TLC for three days, the specialist was able to operate on her. During the surgery, he saw that the bone fragments determined that she’d been on the side of the road for at least five days. She needed metal rods and screws placed inside her pelvis, legs, and elbow to hold them together but allow for growth. She was prescribed lots of rest, antibiotics, and pain medication. After a week, she was able to stand, and in two weeks, she took her first wobbly step. One month after surgery, she was released. She’d come in a small, injured 9lb puppy and is now a happy, healthy 50lb 5-month-old Great Pyrenees named Quinn. She’s since found a forever home with a family who loves her very much. With this grant, TGPR will increase intake efforts to rescue, rehabilitate, and find homeless and injured "Pyrs" forever homes. Click our bio to vote for TGPR and read more happy adoption tales.

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Dogs are catalysts for change and a constant reminder to live in the moment. We're happy to have teamed up with Catalyst Dogs and @andrewknapp to explore the incredible bond between pup and pet parent! Click our link in bio to learn more about rescue pup Vincent and his mom Sara through the Catalyst Dogs project.

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We are welcoming @PuppyKittyNYCity (PKNYC) to this round of the Healthy Paws Rescue Race! PKNYC is a nonprofit, volunteer-based animal welfare organization that serves the Tri-State area. Keep reading to learn about the amazing story of rescue pup Hugo: In 2018, PKNYC rescued Hugo from the streets of Queens. Barely twelve weeks old, he was found with a broken pelvis and fractured leg. On the street, he was only able to move by dragging his legs, continuously scraping himself on the concrete. Following an extensive medical review, it was discovered that Hugo also had one kidney that did not function, as well as having no feeling or movement of his tail. With significant veterinary advisement, it was determined that Hugo’s fractured leg needed an amputation due to atrophy. Despite these obstacles, PKNYC knew, through love and support, he could heal and live a new life in a loving home. After months of continuous physical therapy and rehabilitation, Hugo’s new adoptive mom, Camilla, reached out to Team PKNYC, knowing that she could support Hugo’s special needs and be his support in his new life of love and comfort. “We knew we needed him in our lives. We assured PKNYC of our commitment to doing physical therapy and helping him live his best life,” says Camilla. “After he had healed from surgery and the vet was ready to pass off his physical therapy treatment schedule, we took him home! He had a rocky start, with a ringworm diagnosis and emergency de-obstipation due to his narrow pelvis within his first 10 days at his new home. Despite his hard beginning, Hugo is a sweet, playful boy who lives life to its fullest. We are fortunate to watch him blossom and help him overcome his obstacles. He is our daily inspiration. We are grateful that PKNYC took in one very damaged kitten, so we get to have him be a part of our family.” (continued in comments)