MAGAZINE: Animal health campaign seeks ‘forever home’ for disabled dog Honey

Animal health campaign seeks forever home for disabled dog Honey
Animal health campaign seeks forever home for disabled dog Honey

In 2015, Honey, an adorable Dogue De Bordeaux cross, contracted the potentially fatal parasite lungworm, which dogs become infected with after eating slugs and snails.

Luckily Honey survived, but she was left temporarily paralysed.

Sadly, her devastated family were forced to leave her in the care of Millennium Vets in Essex, where she could get the care and help she needed to get better.

Now, after months of round the clock care, physio and hydrotherapy, she is on the road to recovery and, although still a bit wobbly, is back on her feet and looking for a new family to give her a much longed for ‘forever home’.

The Bayer ‘Be Lungworm Aware’ campaign aims to raise awareness of the parasite, and how lungworm can be prevented.

The campaign raises awareness to dog owners that the quarterly treatment applications cannot prevent lungworm, monthly administration is needed.

The campaign is supporting Honey by providing treatment and food while she is looked after by the Millennium Vets, and they will also pay for her veterinary costs for the first year after she is adopted.

Watch the video to find out more about Honey’s story and to see whether you could be the one to give her a ‘forever home’.