He needed emergency surgery to remove a blockage in his stomach
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About the Campaign

Frankie was rescued the day he was to be put to sleep.

This pup was in a high kill shelter and Bonnie couldn’t see him be put down. So she did what she had to do and took Frankie in. After rescuing Frankie, Bonnie discovered he was very sick with giardia and hospitalized for dehydration. He was sick for the first few weeks which was very costly.

Last month, Frankie had to be boarded for the week. When Bonnie was picking Frankie up she noticed that his energy level wasn’t the same. She took him to her house and then realized he wasn’t eating or pooping. He normally is very food driven but wasn’t taking any food.


Sunday evening things get worse

On the way to Frankie’s new foster home, he throws up a piece of a tennis ball. Bonnie knew that he must have eaten a tennis ball somehow while in boarding and had a blockage of some sort. Immediately she called her vet where they discussed options and to see if Frankie could wait it out until Monday. Frankie’s foster mom watched him all night. Luckily, he was able to wait until Monday to do the surgery.

Vet Diagnosis

Frankie’s x-rays showed the rest of the tennis ball lodged in the fundus of his stomach and colon with an obstruction stool pattern. There was no way Frankie could have passed the tennis ball, emergency surgery was necessary for Frankie to survive.

Pieces of the tennis ball from his stomach

Outstanding Vet Bill: Frankie surgery invoice

Frankie is healing well and so happy to be healthy. Bonnie and Frankie need help paying for this surgery. Anything would help!




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  • Cheryl Irwin

    Because he is worth saving and a beautiful boy

    December 31, 2018 at 11:05 am Reply

  • Cheryl Irwin

    Because this boy is going to be a wonderful dog for somebody thank you Bonnie for always being there for the sweet angels

    December 31, 2018 at 11:07 am Reply