Posts made in November, 2016

Daisy – Helped Nov. 2016

Posted by on Nov 19, 2016 in Who We've Helped | Comments Off on Daisy – Helped Nov. 2016

Daisy – Helped Nov. 2016

This is Daisy. She was just spayed the beginning of this month. She started to have a high fever and overall pain. We paid for Xrays and an ultrasound to help diagnose for treatment. They both came out okay, which means it is nothing due to that surgery. The owner is working with the vet now for auto immune or lyme disease. At least we were able to narrow it down for her. She is a bit better from antibiotics, and hope she gets a diagnosis soon. Quick healing, girl!

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Layla – Helped Nov. 2016

Posted by on Nov 15, 2016 in Who We've Helped | Comments Off on Layla – Helped Nov. 2016

Layla – Helped Nov. 2016

Layla here jumped out of her young, human sibling’s arms and broke her front leg between what we’d call the ankle and elbow 🙁  We are happy to be able to help her obtain surgery this Thursday. Small breeds are so susceptible to leg breaks from jumping, even from low heights. Be careful when holding them, especially children, as they are pretty wiggly, too!

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Jeanette – Helped Nov. 2016

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Jeanette – Helped Nov. 2016

We helped this little girl get a veterinary exam and medicines through our general veterinary care fund. She was having difficulty breathing from what turned out to be a respiratory infection.

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Bodie – Helped Nov. 2016

Posted by on Nov 14, 2016 in Who We've Helped | Comments Off on Bodie – Helped Nov. 2016

Bodie – Helped Nov. 2016

We helped Bodie with some of the surgery cost to remove a dog toy/rope that was swallowed. It was tangled in three places in his intestines, and he certainly would not have lived without surgery. Thank you, Animal Care Clinic of Rural Hall for your expertise and compassion! Bodie did come out of surgery okay on Friday but had to stay weekend. We’ll post of of any updates as we learn them today. To everyone who has these rope toys… the are often the culprits of life-threatening situations like this. If you give them to your dog as a toy, we suggest it be during supervised play...

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