About the Campaign
When her owner had cancer,
Betty was there for her.
Now Betty has lymphoma.
In October Betty was diagnosed with cancer, lymphoma. The doctor recommended a chemotherapy process called the Wisconsin Protocol. A series of treatments over 25 weeks. Lymphoma is a tough cancer, but Betty’s doctor is positive on her case!
Betty with Johanna’s daughter Jillian
Her owner, Johanna, is a cancer survivor herself. She went through months of Chemo back in 2017 and 2018, and as you can see in the video above, Betty was there for her during this difficult time. Now that Betty has cancer, Johanna feels a deep obligation to help her!
Unfortunately her cancer and long treatment has set Johanna back. She got Betty as a rescue from a puppy mill almost eight years ago, and at that time had a good job, and was able to spend the money Betty needed. Betty had been neglected and was sick when adopted, and also required monthly allergy shots.
Betty when a puppy
Though her cancer is now in remission, Johanna is disabled and no longer able to work. She has already spent about $1000 getting Betty diagnosed, and another $2000 on the start of treatment. She also got a grant from Miranda’s People, an organization that helps dogs with cancer. But the remaining treatment for Betty is beyond her financial reach, and her credit is almost exhausted.
All donations are only for Betty, for her chemotherapy, and are only paid to the doctor, never the owner! If you can help Betty fight cancer, please consider a donation today.
Great update! Betty got a donation of $4500 paid to the vet, so her previous need for $5500 is now only $1000!!
Vet documents (click to enlarge):