Senior boy needs a minor, but important procedure!

This campaign failed to reach its funding goal 5 months ago
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  • $175.00 Donated
  • $1,000.00 Goal
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About the Campaign

Help Marshall Overcome His Health Hurdle

Marshall, a soon-to-be ten-year-old German Shepherd, is facing a serious medical condition that requires immediate attention. Marshall has been with his owner, Ali, since he was just six weeks old, and he’s been a healthy and joyful companion ever since. However, recently, Ali discovered a hard lump on Marshall’s left elbow, raising concerns about his health.

Marshall’s Health Condition:
• A hard lump on his left elbow
• Concerns that the lump could be cancerous
• The veterinary recommendation to remove and biopsy the lump

Ali, worried about what she read online regarding similar lumps potentially being cancerous, took Marshall to the vet this week. The vet, understanding Ali’s financial situation, kindly did not charge for the exam. After examining Marshall, the vet recommended that the lump be removed and biopsied to ascertain its nature.

The removal and biopsy of the lump are estimated to cost $1,000, which poses a significant financial challenge for Ali, a single mom trying to cover her bills. Currently, she does not have the funds to spare for Marshall’s treatment.

How You Can Help:
• Donate to the fundraising appeal for Marshall’s treatment
• Share this appeal with friends, family, and social media networks
• Every contribution, big or small, will make a difference

By focusing on Marshall’s medical needs, we aim to provide him with the necessary treatment to ascertain the nature of his lump and improve his overall quality of life. All donations are held by FAD and ONLY paid to the veterinarian when treatment is performed, the owner receives no money.

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One comment

  • Antoinette Martinez

    Get well soon Marshall

    May 18, 2023 at 11:15 am Reply