Posts made in June, 2019

Clyde – Helped June 2019

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Clyde – Helped June 2019

Clyde is out of surgery; this photo was before when he was splinted from a broken front leg that needed a plate to fix! The Sergei Foundation helped to obtain this surgery at Southern Oaks Animal Hospital as the owner is recently unemployed and didn’t know what they would do to save their German Shepherd of just 7 months! Love to be the vision of hope for people, that is so part of the mission of our 10-year old charity – totally run from individual...

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Spot – Helped June 2019

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Spot – Helped June 2019

North Davidson Veterinary Hospital Welcome NC helped Spot here to fix a broken leg. Glad we could help!

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Snuggles – Helped June 2019

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Snuggles – Helped June 2019

Snuggles was attacked by two Pitbulls… he was a lucky fellow! We were able to get him immediate attention to sedare and clean/repair multiple wounds. Snuggles is back home and safe tonight 🙂

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Gracie – Helped June 2019

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Gracie – Helped June 2019

Gracie was admitted for ER surgery thinking there was a linear foreign body (from Xrays). Dr. Travis from River Road Veterinary Hospital discovered it was very bad intussusception; this is when a segment of intestine invaginates into the adjoining intestinal lumen, causing bowel obstruction! It was a long surgery, but Gracie is doing well.

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Kitty Kitty – Helped June 2019

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Kitty Kitty – Helped June 2019

This boy had an infection along his gums that was treated with antibiotics three times. It did not get better, actually worsening until he was drooling puss! We assisted full ER care to extract most of his upper teeth (keeping the canines) and some bottom from the bottom as it was unresponsible and likely to spread the infection into the bloodstream. It was an extensive surgery, but Kitty Kitty is much happier, happier! 🙂

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