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  1. a friend of ours found an abandoned and most likely abused German Shepherd who needed a home. After seeing her pictures, we immediately fell in love! Our 2 year old has named her Elsa and she is such a sweet girl. When we went to get Elsa from the empty house she was living in, we noticed she was limping. We took her to the vet to do X-rays and she has a broken bone and 2 fractures that need surgery ASAP. We love this dog and we want to do whatever we can to help heal her and make this her forever home. That's where we could use a little help from you. The opportunity to help her and take her in was very unexpected and while we want to get her the best care available, we were not financially prepared. If there is anything you can do to help care for Elsa we would greatly appreciate it as well as your prayers for our family. Every little bit helps! Chat conversation end
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    Baby Ruth today. She has a large bladder stone that cannot be broken down by medication or food.
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