Painful bladder stones leave this girl inactive and depressed.
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About the Campaign

They thought it was an infection

Turned out to be stones in her bladder

Last year little Lola went to the vet numerous times for what was thought to be a reoccurring bladder infection. Every time she had a urine test, and was given antibiotics. She would seem to get better, but then it would come back.

Active dog becomes lazy and depressed

Lola would always play with her cat friend Tucker, but now she won’t (see the video). Finally the vet decided to do x-rays and it turns out Lola has three (THREE!) large bladder stones.

These stones block her pee and make it painful too pee. They are also what is causing the repeated infections.

And they are painful, Lola is clearly not herself. Dogs will suffer silently in chronic pain, but you can tell because they will not be themselves. Lola is usually really playful and happy and now she won’t play and just lays around all day.

How you can help right now

Lola needs surgery to remove the stones. It is a safe and common procedure. Her owner spent lots of money (see bills below) on multiple visits for what they though were infections, and now she has lost her job! She was a school bus driver in Orange County, CA, but has been laid off due to COVID19. The combination of spending almost $1000 already, along with her job loss has left Lola’s mom without the resources to pay for this necessary and urgent surgery.

You donation is only for Lola. It is paid directly and only to her vet for this bladder surgery! Help Lola today, your donation will be used exactly as you intend, 100%. Thank you!!

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One comment

  • Grissel

    Sam Simon foundation- They provide free surgeries for people who can’t afford it.
    Here is the link to their website:

    RedRover Relief – The RedRover Relief program provides funding to pet owners to help them care for animals in life-threatening situations.

    Actors and Others for Animals is a Southern California community-based organization provides financial assistance for emergency medical procedures for those of limited income. Phone: (818) 897-8760

    May 16, 2020 at 7:16 pm Reply