Help Bheem the Puppy Walk Again!

We are proud to announce our fundraising campaign to provide medical care for Bheem the Puppy!

In Hindi, Bheem means “mighty,” and that he is! Bheem has had a heartbreaking, gut wrenching beginning. He lost both of his front paws after being run over by a train at the tender age of just eight weeks while living on the streets in India.

When Bheem was eight months old, Animal House Shelter (“AHS”) located in Huntley, IL, coordinated with Stray Dog Support, Inc., to bring Bheem to the US from India so that they could provide him with much needed medical care (he had had none prior).

Once he arrived in Illinois, AHS got to work. Bheem had his first surgery on 12.26.19 to remove additional bone on his forelimb where it had started to heal incorrectly after the accident. The cost for that surgery was $2,800. He is scheduled to have surgery on his other forelimb on 01.30.20 for an additional $2,800.

His right limb has hope for a prosthetic to be fitted, and if it’s possible, will cost $3,500. His left limb does not have enough bone mass left to be fitted for a prosthetic, so at best we hope he is able to be a three-legged dog. If he doesn’t take to the prosthetic, AHS will fit him with a cart to help him regain some mobility.

Despite the pain and trauma, Bheem has an amazing personality. He does not know he is disabled, is super sweet, and is great with other dogs, people, and kids. He even uses other dogs to help him walk by putting his stumps up on their backs. ❤️

Bheem just wants to be a happy-go-lucky puppy, and we are here to help him.

Our goal is to raise $9,500 for Bheem. This will cover the costs of both surgeries, his prosthetic, and his adoption fee. As of 01.29.20 we’ve raised $4,345.50, which means that we’ve covered his first surgery and are well on our way to funding the next which takes place TODAY, Thursday, 01.30.20!

PLEASE DONATE and help us help Bheem find his happily ever after! ❤️❤️❤️

CLICK HERE TO DONATE to Bheem the Puppy!

ABOUT ANIMAL HOUSE SHELTER – Founded in June 2002, we rescue and care for homeless animals. Most of the dogs and cats that we take in are from high kill facilities that are euthanizing due to lack of space. Many have been abused, neglected or abandoned . Once rehabilitated and ready, they are carefully matched with prospective adopters and placed in loving homes. We do take in some owner relinquishments as well and there are a variety of reasons people give up their dog or cat to us. The most common reasons are lack of time due to a change in work schedule, moving, allergies, new baby etc.

Like people, animals have distinct personalities that make them unique. At Animal House we are proud to say that these animals are treated like our own. We care enough to be certain they go to the right loving, forever home.