Posts made in June, 2015

Snowball – Helped June 2015

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Snowball – Helped June 2015

This is not one of our happy-ending stories, but our foundation helps people have alternatives and peace of mind knowing that all that could be done was done, which is that kind of case for Snowball. She was attacked by two dogs in the yard.  She had gone to their regular vet earlier that day but could not afford Xrays, but said their vet said she could have a punctured lung and Snowball could not stand up. We immediately assisted them to go to ER/24-7 care for an exam and Xrays.  This poor girl did have a broken pelvis and extensive wounds, but since she could not feel in her back legs it...

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Patches – helped June 2015

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Patches – helped June 2015

Patches is recovering at home with her family today 🙂  Her “dad” is disabled and couldn’t afford the removal of a painful growth/tumor that was affecting how Patches walked, as it was on her front right ankle/paw area.  Happy healing, girl!

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Charlie – helped June 2015

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Charlie – helped June 2015

We helped Charlie here get seen for a urinary tract infection. The good news is he wasn’t blocked, which can be a life-threatening.  Did you know we now help up to $100 for general medical veterinary treatment? Please spread the word. Parameters for assistance can be found on our “Apply for aid” page at http://sergeifoundation.org/apply/

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Max – Helped May 2015

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Max – Helped May 2015

Max had surgery last week to remove a sock from his intestine. Nothing would pass through and it was six days before the owner was able to contact us; we weren’t sure if the bowel would already per perforated or too late by then. But thankfully, all went well!

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