Needs follow up test in a couple weeks for his liver and some other issues.

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About the Campaign

Appeal for Boz: Help Support His Road to Recovery

Boz, a 12.5-year-old mixed breed dog, is facing multiple health challenges that need ongoing medical care. Rescued by his owner Victoria at just six months old from a Craigslist ad, Boz has been a loyal companion and source of comfort for Victoria ever since. About a week ago, Boz started showing signs of illness, and now he urgently needs our help to ensure he receives the necessary follow-up care.

Recently, Boz began to lose his appetite and exhibited lethargy, which concerned Victoria. Upon seeking veterinary assistance, Boz underwent blood tests and an ultrasound that revealed a liver tumor, kidney stones, and a prostate infection. Thankfully, Boz has started to improve after receiving medication for his conditions. However, the vet has requested a follow-up appointment in about three weeks to reassess his health.

The cost of Boz’s follow-up care is estimated at $400, which presents a significant financial challenge for Victoria. As a senior citizen living alone and facing her own health problems, Victoria is self-employed with a small income. She was able to cover Boz’s initial vet visit with the help of a friend, but she cannot afford the upcoming follow-up appointment.

By donating to the fundraising appeal for Boz’s follow-up care and sharing this appeal with friends, family, and social media networks, you can make a difference in Boz’s life. He only needs about $400 so every contribution, big or small, will help Boz a lot!! And, we always pay donations only to the veterinarian, not the owner, so you can be sure your donation to Boz will go to Boz!

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One comment

  • Pamela Burnett

    Senior dogs have given so much love over the years they deserve to get the help they need.

    April 14, 2023 at 10:31 am Reply