|Please Help Us With Tawney's Vet Bills|
|Meet Tawney. This puppy was adopted and was scheduled to be transported to his adopter when he contacted a severe virus called parvo. He was hospitalized for 12 days. He did not respond to the antibiotics and fluids. At one point, the vet called and said they were going to lose him and the vet asked permission to give him plasma. After the plasma, he began to rally and now he is almost ready to go home. But his vet bills are over $3,400. Of course his adoption fees only covers the transport fee and routine vet work (vaccines and neuter) before he got sick. So we are asking for help on his emergency vet bills. We know some people would question spending this much to save a puppy, but if you ever met this sweetheart you would totally understand. He is such an incredibly loving little guy! Please consider helping us with his vet bills.
For additional information about Tawney please email Jennifer Wright at email@example.com.
|Are you looking for a great way to help one of our other Labs?|
|Many people are unable to foster a dog, but would still love to help one out. Sponsorship of one of our dogs makes this possible! We always have dogs undergoing heartworm treatment, boarding, or otherwise gobbling up funds! Since we are all volunteers and rely entirely on adoption fees and donations, we sometimes have to turn away dogs simply because there are not enough funds to cover their expenses. By sponsoring a dog, you can help cover his or her expenses, which enables us to ultimately help more dogs!
You can sponsor a dog by either sending a check or money order to our P.O. Box (see address below), or making an online Paypal donation.
Any amount is appreciated, and will go a long way in helping our dogs! Please be sure to indicate on your check, money order, or Paypal donation which dog you would like your donation to be applied to, and we will make sure that it goes to the right place! We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and therefore all donations are tax deductible.
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