September 30, 2010

Sending Good Vibes To Trooper Biscuit

We just got word that Trooper went back to surgery for an abscess that developed in his mouth. All in all, it is not that surprising... when he originally arrived at Angels of Assisi, all of his wounds were full of maggots. Dr. Farrell pulled about 100 out of his face and mouth. It’s a good thing he has such a will to live, because the road to recovery will be long. Hang in there, buddy.

We're thankful he is in good hands at Vinton Vet Clinic- updates to follow.


  1. Thank you for the update. Bless his heart I hope he gets better soon.

  2. Ashley PeaceSeptember 30, 2010

    Sweet sweet little boy. When is this going to stop with these angels. They Are not the's people like this that are the monsters. I've been blessed to have 3 sweet bullies in my life and I'm telling ya you don't know love until you have one of these dogs. I wish people knew the truth. Bless all of you for taking care of Trooper. And a special thank you to the angel that didn't just look the other way when they found him....hang in there sweet boy

  3. Hang in there Trooper- you've come along way and I'm so proud of you!! Kisses to the sweet boy. Thank you for the upadate and for the Vinton Vet-I hope all involved are blessed times a million!

  4. Crystal EbelOctober 01, 2010

    My husband works for Vinton. I have had a chance to see trooper twice he is such a sweet dog. I own 3 pits myself and I can't see why in the world someone would do this to a loving dog. I just can't stand to see Trooper in pain. I hope he can make a full recovery and hope someone adopts him and gives him the love he deserves!

  5. What happened to him? Where's the story on where he was rescued from?

  6. Check out WSLS Channel 10's website from Wednesday 9/29/10. Also the Danville Register & Bee on Friday 10/1/10.

    WSLS link:

    Danville link:

    Come on Trooper - you have so many people wanting to help you, pulling for you, praying for you & standing in line to help the Angels who rescued you...

    When I found him Sunday, I knew he was bad off, but had no idea of the extent of it until the Angels of Assisi told me Monday evening.

    You deserve so much better than what someone else tried to do to you.

    He's come through the wringer to do what I am sure was the hardest part for him - to find someone - anyone - who gave a damn for him.

    Angels work miracles, I know. The first one was to save his life Monday.

    If I were to thank them every single day for the rest of my life, it wouldn't be even close to how truly thankful, grateful and appreciative of the work that they do. Everyone at Angels of Assisi - thank you from the bottom of my heart for your work with Trooper.

    Anyone who wants to do more -- please donate to their Biscuit fund....