Dogs, Tank and Sadie, the victims of a stabbing, are stable and moved to recover

The Humane Society of St. Joseph County

St. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. - Dogs, Tank and Sadie, are stable and transferred from the emergency clinic after being provided daily treatments due to a stabbing attack. 

The Humane Society of St. Joseph County has been caring for the pups since the incident on August 25, stating in a post that the dogs still have a long recovery ahead of them and are still at risk of infection. 

"They need each other now more than ever," writes the Human Society as it is their intention to return Tank and Sadie with their mother as soon as it's feasible. 

Tender Care Veterinary Clinic is now helping Tank and Sadie recover by offering care and comfort in a smaller and quieter environment. 

The Humane Society is still seeking donations to cover Tank and Sadie's care.

The final invoice is still being calculated, but costs could amount to $15,000. 

So far, $7,600 has been donated, but the Humane Society is asking for help with the remaining costs. 

You can donate by calling the shelter at (574) 255-4726 ext. 0 or online. 

You can also donate via Venmo on the Charity Tab to @HumaneSJC or PayPal on the Humane Society's website. 

This is an on-going story. Stay with ABC57 for more information as it comes out. 

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