About the Campaign
Imagine having a two year old pup who is loosing her sight?
Lilly is a two year old Terrier Mix. She has one eye that has 100% matured, meaning she can’t see out of it at all. Her other eye is slowly starting to loose sight in her other eye.
Lilly has been with Lisa since she was a puppy. Lisa noticed that there was some cloudiness in her one eye. She brought it up to the technician when Lilly was due for her shots but nothing came from that. Over the next few weeks her eye got worse. Lisa says nothing has happened that has caused Lilly to have these cataracts, the vet confirmed it was congenital cataracts.
Lilly has horrible allergies and will scratch her face up without her monthly dose of allergy medicine. So not only does she take monthly allergy medicine, Lilly has eye drops, ones in the morning and ones in the evening, that she will need for the rest of her life. Lisa has spent $750 over the past few months trying to figure out what was going on with Lilly. Lisa and Lilly are asking for help to get Lilly seeing again.
Lilly’s dog sister will go out at night to play and bark but Lilly doesn’t go out anymore. She also isn’t as playful as she use to be. Over the last few months Lilly has gained weight from not being able to exercise and be a puppy. Lilly’s personality is starting to change and Lisa wants Lilly to just have her playful puppy life.
Lisa says Lilly’s favorite thing to do is to put her head out the window in the car and observe everything, but soon she won’t be able to.
Lilly’s vet exam with the eye doctor:
The vet estimate is for one eye. At the moment Lisa will be focused on the matured eye.
All donations are tax deductible. Free Animal Doctor pays 100% of the money raised directly to the vet.