Rodi186541That’s how Rodi came to MHS in late November after being hit by two cars in Novato.

Rodi had multiple pelvic fractures and required corrective surgery. No one came forward to claim the poor guy. Working with Pet Emergency & Specialty Center of Marin (PESCM), MHS was able to arrange for Rodi’s surgery. Even with a significant discount, the surgery was expensive but necessary for him to live a comfortable life.

After having multiple plates and pins inserted into his hips and legs, Rodi returned to MHS for post-operative care. Once he started to feel better, the sweetest, most loving dog emerged.

Rodi spent time at San Quentin through our Pen Pals Program rehabilitating. He will receive round-the-clock rehabilitative care and socialization from a specially selected, low-risk and highly trained inmate.

Rodi - scarWhen Rodi returned he was adopted by an PESCM employee who fell in love with him while he was there for surgery.

Stories like Rodi’s occur all too often. Your support will help provide the care these animals need to get better and live a happy, healthy life.