Posts made in December, 2016

Tucker – Helped Dec. 2016

Posted by on Dec 23, 2016 in Who We've Helped | Comments Off on Tucker – Helped Dec. 2016

Tucker – Helped Dec. 2016

Tucker here was diagnosed with a large bladder stone, but one of our vet partners isn’t so sure. We’re helping to diagnose a bit further and take a non-invasive route before surgery, as no stone was clearly visible on the Xray.

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Junior – Helped Dec. 2016

Posted by on Dec 23, 2016 in Who We've Helped | Comments Off on Junior – Helped Dec. 2016

Junior – Helped Dec. 2016

We are helping Junior here get an exam to help diagnose either a bladder or kidney issue from our General Veterinary Fund. Hopefully it’s just a UTI that can be cleared up with medicine.

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Jazzi – Helped Dec. 2016

Posted by on Dec 23, 2016 in Who We've Helped | Comments Off on Jazzi – Helped Dec. 2016

Jazzi – Helped Dec. 2016

We’re helping this cutie here (Jazzi) tomorrow with FHO surgery for a fracture near the hip that needs a pin. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers for a successful surgery and speedy recov

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Khalissi – Helped Dec. 2016

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Khalissi – Helped Dec. 2016

Khalissi here had surgery yesterday to try and pin a broken leg. I say try, as it’s unclear if that will end up being successful over time or if the leg will need to be amputated. So here’s hoping for a Christmas miracle and the best healing for this little girl!

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Buddy – Helped Dec. 2016

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Buddy – Helped Dec. 2016

We helped Buddy here with veterinary treatment for Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis (HGE), an acute disorder involving vomiting and loose stools. It’s common for people to feed dogs a lot of foods they shouldn’t eat at the holidays, which contributes to a lot of this type of issue. Their bodies just can’t digest the rich foods we can. Try to ignore those pleading eyes  :) know it’s for their best health to keep them on their dog food diet. Happy healing, Buddy!

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