Animals Without Limits is an international, non-profit foundation dedicated to assisting animals in crisis situations.
It is 100% volunteer operated by a pool of dedicated, caring people around the world.
Angelo was rescued by an American family down in Southern Italy. His front leg was damaged and he couldn't walk on it. Every day he licked and nibbled on it. AWL got a request from the family if we could help with Angelo's surgery?
Dr Damiani and Dr Fransesco made the surgery this week and everything went super. Even after three days is ANgelo up walking and wagging his tail.
We got so much to learn from our four-legged friends.
He is up for adoption to a five star family, but the foster family will have him in their home until we find that family. (Angelo is house broken)
This is Angelo, he is +10 years old-- we think. He was rescued by Family Callahan when they saw he was injured and "hobbling" around on the streets. Dr Damiani explained that Angelo had radial nerve palsy and couldn’t use his leg. We d
ecided to try antibiotics, Vitamin B injections and some physical therapy to see if we could get any function back. So far nothing. It has been agreed that the only solution is amputation.
Tomorrow Angelo will have his leg amputated since he is liking and seems to be very bothered of his "hanging" leg. AWL would like to sponsor this surgery to give Angelo his quality life back. Family Callahan have promised that he can stay and heal. Angelo is no barker, he is house broken, great with other dogs, cats and small children.
Please make it happen and help us with donations. The surgery will cost around 500-600 euro. Ear mark it "Angelo"
Gaby our sweet-heart that we have posted about several times is now finally going to her furever home in Sweden.
She was rescued in Italy by Martina and Pio, stayed at the hospice, brought up by Mia to Germany and now we found the perfect home for her. She is going to Sweden!
I know the new 'mom' and her extra "mom" and know it couldn't be better. Gabelino will will have a wonderful, fantastic, creative and lovely spoiled life.
When they met, we will post lovely pictures, we promise. Only wanted to share the good news!
This is Sally, one year old (10 kg) and spayed yesterday. She was rescued by volunteers; Martina and Pio who spotted her roaming around a lot of cars in heavy traffic. Sally was stressed and in a kind of panic mood. Like she had been dumped and not used to be a street dog.
Sally is staying in Martina and Pio's home resting after being spayed at Dr Damiani clinic.
Sally is great with people and other dogs, a really sweet-heart. Sally would be happy to be a family dog--she got her dog-bag packed and ready to go.
Thank you AWL for sponsoring for the steralization. That's protective Amore!
This wonderful guy we named Willy Wonka. Someone left him outside of Dr Damiani's clinic with a broken leg. He's super nice and sweet, male, 7-8 months old, black sweet nose. The staff at the clinic saved him from the street and had to amputate his broken leg.
Now he's still in clinic and he's looking for a home. Please help Willy Wonka ♥
Please open up your heart and door for Willy Wonka *
We wrote about him a couple of days ago. A big wonderful goofy loving dog locked in a farmers field together with two other dogs. Martina and Pio asked the farmer if they could try to find him a home. The farmer said yes!
Ettore was escorted to Dr. Damiani and Dr. Fransesco clinic and everyone there loved him. Friendly and curious he made new friends at the clinic.
AWL sponsored with health tests, leichaminiosis and erlichia test and rabies vaccination.
Later on did Martina post Ettore's picture on FB and a family from Northern Italy responded back. They wanted to adopt him!
Pio drove him up last Sunday and the family is madly in love with him, and Ettore....is madly in love with them. That's Amore!
Thank you all our sponsors. Without your help with donations we cannot do our work....YOU ARE OUR HEROS!
Found on the Southern streets, rescued by a shelter and saved by our AWL Hospice in Napoli.
With different treatments, a lot of healthy food and even more love from our volunteer team this is Ombra now. He is wonderful!
He is so sweet and gentle, a perfect dog for company, together with other dogs or alone, and with well behaved children. He have NEVER growled or showed his teeth. Ombra got the biggest heart!
Yesterday he got VIP escort to Dr Fransesca at Dr. Damiani clinic for a check up health test.
Thank you volunteer Angy for escorting Ombra. That's Amore.
What a trip! What a story and what a great family!
As you have seen on earlier postings, the rescue dog George "unlucky with a lot of luck" (?)
He was found nearly starved to death in Southern Italy, with 40-60 ticks all over his body, broken leg and hip. Family Funk brought him in to their warm home and helped him back into life and love. A couple of months later the Family Mattsson-Mercer drove him up from Italy to Germany and noticed later that he had some other problems. Veterinarian Martina did x ray, and ultrasound. It showed that he had stones in his bladder.
George rested and got medicated at Mattsson-Mercer home for a couple of weeks. Until yesterday (Sunday)
His lovely family, Jacquie and Nato Mike with their love Boxer Bella came down to Stuttgart and picked him up. They are warm and genuine people with their hearts and heads on the right places.
George we are many that will miss you, but we smile when we read your updates from your new five star home in Germany.
Thank you David Italy for bringing two bags of wet food to our lovely hospice clients. That's Amore. All the members, sponsors from Animals Without Limits Sweden thank you. 360 euro That's Cling Amore. Dr Damiani Clinic Napoli Italy, for giving us great service and good prices. Dr Martina fromPferdeklinik und Kleintierpraxis Kimmich-Jaennich in Emphingen Germany for wonderful service on George and Gabby. That's Healthy Amore. To all our fantastic loyal Italian, Swedish, German & American sponsors. You make it happen! That's Rescue Amore! AWL Team Volunteers, without all your tiered-less efforts, love and commitment we can save life's and give the four legged a brighter future. That's Doppio Amore!