Odin. Odin. Second Chance of Norman contacted us and told us they had a young dog in their facility that had just undergone a bi-lateral FHO on his hips and was needing some swim therapy according to the Veterinarian. It only took one time for us to see him to fall in love. He was apparently hit by a car at 12 weeks old or so, and was unfortunately not taken care of immediately. If they hadn’t taken the time to pick this sweet boy up from the shelter and raise the money for surgery and swimming, we never would have met him and he may have never made it to a loving home. Thank you, Second Chance.
Second Chance Animal Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 non-profit no-kill shelter. They receive no city, state or federal funds. The shelter runs ONLY on donations. Their mission is to Give abandoned dogs and cats a second chance at a forever home. All their animals are vet checked, spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated appropriate to age, de-wormed and kept on flea/tick/heartworm prevention. Their dogs are heartworm and tick disease tested and their cats are FIV/Felv tested. They do not rescue animals from the public, they rescue dogs and cats from local shelters.
They house nearly 100 dogs and cats, while finding homes for over 600 animals annually. Their adoption goal for this year is 700+ animals.