Tuesday The Little Dog had surgery. She had a mammary gland tumor removed, was spayed and had eight teeth pulled – Poor Little Dog!!! Needless to say, she is ONE HURTIN’ PUPPY! The cone on her head makes her look even more pathetic. We took it off so she could sleep last night, but had to put it back on today. Every time she moves she groans in pain. This is especially sad for me because she was feeling so good for the first time the day before the surgery. She was running and playing and especially happy.
We put a lot of money into this dog and still need help with her bills. We really put ourselves into hock for her. But, she is worth it. Thank you to all who have donated thus far! Feel free to pass this blog along to your animal loving friends who might consider sending a donation email@example.com or to Fox Wood Wildlife Rescue, Inc 11156 Old Glenwood Road, East Concord, NY 14055 donations are tax deductible
We have finally gotten the Little Dog we rescued over the pneumonia and bacterial infection that was resistant to antibiotics. A BIG THANK YOU to all who helped by sending donations!!!!!
But now there is a mammary gland tumor that needs to be removed. To prevent more mammary gland tumors from forming she also needs to be spayed. Because his poor little dog almost died under anesthesia last time, it will be a risky surgery. A complete Blood work-up needs to be done before the surgery. In addition, she has very bad teeth. It is pretty much a good cleaning that needs , but it is essential since very dirty teeth can cause a variety of much more severe problems. She is now almost strong enough to get this work done and we need help funding it. Please Help!
Donations can be made directly to the veterinary office for the Little dog called “Pom Pom”at the veterinary office.I am happy to supply you with the contact info and address for the veterinarian. Please e-mail me at : firstname.lastname@example.org for that information.
Donations can also be made via paypal to :email@example.com , or by clicking on the TIP JAR on the right hand side of this page. Please help us with the final phase of her rescue, she is such a sweet and deserving dog!