About the Campaign
Larry gets adopted
Kassie was getting ready to move out on her own. She knew she needed a companion being on her own… so she turned to a shelter. She went to the Friends of Orange County Homeless Pets. Kassie found an ten month old puppy, Larry.
Kassie noticed Larry was starting to act weird. He would be playful and then run away. Kassie took Larry to the vet and it took a while to figure out what was wrong with him.Kassie’s vet said Medial Patella Luxation isn’t common in larger dogs. Most dogs who have Medial Patella Luxation are little dogs like, Yorkies. Larry’s kneecap (patella) was coming in and out of place. This is why Larry would be ok and once the patella was out of socket he was run away in pain. Larry had patella surgery June 1st on his right leg. Kassie paid for most of the first surgery. There was a Gofundme for him where Kassie raised about $300. Larry’s right leg is healed and he is doing great.
First Bill Paid: Larrys first surgery
Just recently Larry’s left leg started to act up. Kassie couldn’t believe that a few months later, Larry’s left leg would need surgery. Surgery isn’t scheduled yet but every day that passes Larry is at risk of tearing his ligaments. Kassie is asking for help. She has given Larry the best life. He means the world to her. Larry is also a licensed Emotional Support Animal.
Estimate for Larry’s left leg:
Help me run again!