Posts made in April, 2017

Hudson – April 2017

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Hudson – April 2017

Hudson needs your prayers please! This Golden is only 10 months old and is in critical care with unknown cause still at this point for severe edema/swelling and poor liver values. He’s at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Greensboro, and they’re doing all they can. The owners are exhausting all resources to cover expenses above our funding, but Hudson really needs some healing thoughts are prayers to help pull him through this...

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Harvey – Helped April 2017

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Harvey – Helped April 2017

Meet Harvey. He had exploratory surgery last night and the vet removed some plastic from his belly! It had been several days since ingested; he’s a lucky pup there wasn’t infection (sepsis) that set in. North Davidson Veterinary Hospital Welcome NC says he seems to be doing okay today so far. Yay!

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Scrappy – Helped April 2017

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Scrappy – Helped April 2017

We like to be about “happy tales” of people and pets kept together. Sometimes the ending is not what we hope, but part of our mission to bring light and medical clarity so that the decision to let go is not filled with guilt in addition to the grief of losing a family pet. Scrappy here was diagnosed with a spleen tumor that was far along in its growth. It’s a shock of course to the owners who were expecting a treatable diagnosis, but knowing the truth allowed them to focus on saying heart-felt goodbyes with tears filled with love and sorrow instead of tears of pain, guilt...

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Taz – Helped April 2017

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Taz – Helped April 2017

Meet Taz; he’s 12. Poor guy has been in and out of the vet since the end of February trying to treat a blood-related, auto-immune disease. He seemed to go back and forth with progress but hopefully now is at a point where he’s stabilizing. As a chronic issue, we couldn’t help with our ER fund, but was able to give a small payment towards more bloodwork to help out the family. Stay strong, Taz!

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