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Keep sick 12 year old dog alive and in his home

Organizer: The second hand dog rescue
Beneficiary: chaun-c and sarah wilson
Donations
12
Raised
$
400.00
Goal
$
900

Keep sick 12 year old dog alive and in his home

it has come to our attention that a dear coworkers dog is in danger from when our founder worked and lived in White plains NY at a dog kennel . Sarah has her beloved 12 year old dog very ill and in the hospital for treatment of a serious illness that without treatment would kill Chaun-C. Sarah would do anything to save her precious boy who could have many years of life left and would even with huge heartbreak surrender him to get the treatment he needed. We can’t let them loose each at this time in their lives. Part of our mission is to keep dogs together with their families when possible (as we are doing with the family whose husband is recovering from being hit by a car by boarding their dog for 5 months) 

We are trying to raise the money to pay for this dogs life saving treatment please help us keep this dog with his beloved owner Sarah 


From Sarah:

Chaun-C is a 12 year old Yorkie mix who loves making me hold his paw at bedtime. Unfortunately he’s currently very sick. He was recently diagnosed with severe pancreatitis, in addition to that his liver and bilirubin values are very high. My vet has been treating  him with fluids and pain meds for four days now, but it doesn’t seem like he’s improving. My vet took some blood and the test showed that he seems to be getting worse, so he brought in an ultrasonographer to perform an ultrasound. The specialist says the ultrasound showed that he doesn’t look as bad as the blood test is showing. He thinks that we should continue with the treatments until he’s better, In the meantime my bill continues to climb. I currently owe $831.32(after today’s treatment) and he’s due to go back on Saturday and again on Monday for 2 more rounds of treatment. Any help is greatly appreciated! I just want my boy back healthy


Donations directly to the hospital can be done through 

White plains veterinary hospital in white plains 914-946-0558


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