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Mission Statement

Our Purpose is to rescue and re-home existing Lethal White Australian Shepherds.  Our Mission is to ensure, through support and education, a positive environment and successful life-long union for those adopted.  Our Vision is to prevent, and ultimately eliminate, Merle-to-Merle breeding of Australian Shepherds through continuous efforts to EDUCATE!

                Mesa, Arizona

Sponsorship Program

These are the many Lethals who were lucky enough to be sponsored by our many wonderful supporters.  We thank your for your support and generosity!


Chico is both blind and deaf.  He has been seen by the Eye Clinic for Animals and will be scheduled for a follow-up exam.

Sponsored by:  Lila & Gus Winter, Newport Beach, CA


Dante is deaf and may have slight vision impairment.  He was just rescued from the AC&C west side facility and will need a complete vet check, shots, tags, etc.  Dante will also need to be scheduled to see the Ophthalmologist.

Sponsored MONTHLY by:  Nancy & Tom Tierney (and Max, "spoiled" Aussie), Glendale, AZ


 

Fresno is deaf and nearly blind.  He has been seen by the Eye Clinic for Animals and requires no immediate treatment.  He will be scheduled for a follow-up exam.

Sponsored MONTHLY by:  Nancy & Tom Tierney (and Max, "spoiled" Aussie), Glendale, AZ


Gracie is both blind and deaf.  She has not yet been seen by the Ophthalmologist.  We are hoping to schedule an exam in the very near future.

Sponsored by:  McIntee Family, Fountain Hills, AZ


 

Joey is deaf and vision impaired.  He has not yet been seen by the Ophthalmologist.  We are hoping to schedule an exam in the very near future.

Sponsored by:  Carl & Kitty Saufley


Mauja is deaf and possibly vision impaired.  Mauja tested (strong) positive for heartworm and will need treatment.

Sponsored by:  Jennifer Killin, New Mexico is paying for Mauja's Heartworm treatment


 

Moon is deaf and vision impaired.  He has not yet been seen by the Ophthalmologist.  We are hoping to schedule an exam in the very near future.

Sponsored by:  Diane Young, Kanab, UT


Sugar is deaf and vision impaired.  She has been seen by the Eye Clinic for Animals and is being treated for a SEVERE case Uveitis and requires daily eye and oral meds.  A visit will be scheduled for a follow-up exam to determine the extent of damage to her eye.  Sugar has lost vision in that eye and is in danger of having the eye removed.  Her treatment costs, to date, already exceeds $450.  Below is a picture of what Sugar's eye now looks like, as well as a picture of her good eye, showing what it should look like.  Her right eye is filled with blood and you cannot see her pupil, her left is blue (what her right one originally looked like).  7/9/04 Sugar has developed Uveitis in her other eye and is currently undergoing treatment.

 

Sponsored by:  Debbie Tillman, on behalf of her Lethal, Grace (pictured)  

Krys Krystosek, Prescott, AZ


Sydney (one of the Milo Five) is deaf and vision impaired.  Due to developing Uveitis, Sydney has been seen by the Ophthalmologist and is currently undergoing treatment.  He is scheduled for a follow-up visit.

Sponsored (multiple times) by:  Nancy & Tom Tierney (and Max, "spoiled" Aussie), Glendale, AZ


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