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Hello, my name is Cheryl.I have a 1 year old Pit Bull that is need of a obstruction surgery to remove a piece of a KONG toy that is in his stomache. He is a very sweet dog that I have had since he was 8 weeks old. His name is Rocky and I have 2 small children under the age of 3. He has been a big part of their lives as they have and are growing up together. He sleeps with my daughter every night and does not leave her side. I have always been carefully about giving him certain toys but never thought in a million years he was try to eat and swollen a KONG TOY.  Please is there someone that could help me or give me direction on how to afford this expensive surgery. He is a big part of my family and I loseing him would be like loseing a child. PLEASE HELP!!! Thank you



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There is a "financial aid" tab at the top of this page under the logo.  Click it, and follow all the steps listed in the "steps to financial aid" menu on the left side of the page.  You've already completed step 1 so continue on through step 7.  

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