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Cherishd posted a topic in Possible Sources for Financial AidPlease visit, like, donate, share, and comment on these two campaigns I've started on GofundMe.com! My lab/pit had to have part of her tail amputated last Wednesday, and our newer rescue Joey needs surgery on his shoulder ASAP for Osteochondritis Dessicans. Delilah's care will come to around $1,500 before we are done treatment, and Joey's care will come to almost $5,000! I'm a single, disabled mom, and these health issues just were not in the budget! Trying every avenue possible to get help, so please pass this on to your friends, family, and contacts, at the very least! Your help is greatly appreciated.
I rescued Lolly at a couple of weeks old and she is now 5 1/2 years old. she is strictly indoors and she has never had any medical issues until Tuesday, January 29th she jumped out of bed that morning and began what sounded like sneezing or hiccuping and trembling through her entire body. I was able to get her to the vet with a temp over 105 the vet said she obviously has an infection (possibly respitory) she needed blood work and chest xrays which i was unable to afford. I did get the antibiotics and had an under the skin fluids treatment done to hydrate her. she does need the xrays $135 and bloodwork $178 which I cannot afford right now because I am unemployed and out of benefits. the vet stated she needs the xray and bloodwork within 72 hours if anyone is able to help please message me I can provide info to the vet for verification Thank you for your time