Jemmy came to Adopt A Husky on May 22nd, 2018 after getting hit by a car. A good Samaritan found her in the road and contacted the police to help get her to the vet. Her family was found but, due to her extensive injuries, were unable to afford the treatment that Jemmy needed. We are sure it was a difficult and heartbreaking decision for them to make, but they did what was in her best interest and surrendered her to Adopt A Husky so that she can receive the vet care she needs. She has had surgery on her leg and will now need six weeks of strict crate rest so that she can heal. She has a long road ahead of her, but she will receive great care with Adopt A Husky.

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5/23/2018: Jemmy was picked up from the vet this morning and moved into her rehab foster home. She is doing as well as can be expected. Not getting up on her own yet, and obviously still in pain when she moves despite pain meds and drugs, but eating well and wagging her little vet wrapped tail every time you talk to her or cuddle with her. She loves cuddles. Very, very sweet little girl.

6/19/2018: Jemmy had a bit of a spa day! She is starting to move around a bit, but her movement still has to be limited so she can heal properly. Her foster mom gave her a good brushing while she was distracted by two antlers and a Kong - this girl loves to chew!

6/27/2018: Little Miss Jems is back home from the hospital sporting cast #3! This one, if you can see, is below her elbow and should give her a little more flexibility. Also, she was pretty ready to chow down when she returned. (The vet clinic doesn't know about "topping" ...that little sprinkle that comes from the cheese shaker!)

With the upcoming 4th of July Holiday a blue cast and red Harness puts her in Patriotic pup attire.