Mini Winnie

Unable to have her periodontal disease fixed due to a heart murmur
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This campaign failed to reach its funding goal 7 days ago
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About the Campaign

Scheduled for dental surgery

About two months ago Winnie was taken to her vet to have her teeth fixed. Winnie has advanced dental disease with loose teeth, bad breath and gum issues. Winnie’s mother, Tina asked to have Winnie’s surgery to be put on a payment plan. The vet agreed to have Tina pay $50 a month until the bill was paid.

 

Just before surgery the doctor said Winnie wasn’t a candidate for surgery.Β  During the routine pre surgery exam, the vet could hear the murmur. The vet suggested that Winnie to be taken to a cardiologist to get his heart checked out.

Second opinion

Tina was very concerned about her little Winnie so she took her to another vet in her area. This vet also confirmed a high grade heart murmur. This vet also suggested having a cardiologist look at Winnie.

Winnie’s History

Five years ago, Tina found Winnie wondering the streets. Winnie was chipped but like many cases like this the chip isn’t registered to anyone. Tina waited weeks to see if anyone was looking for a missing Miniature Toy Poodle….. no one ever did. So Tina took Winnie in. There isn’t any history on how old she is, if she had/has any issues but Tina says Winnie has always had bad teeth.

Winnie with her friend

Vet Estimate:

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The cardiologist doesn’t take a payment plan. Tina is a widow and living on SSI. She is unable to work due to physical disability.

Help this girl just have fun again!

Winnie acts like a puppy. When anyone meets her they think she is a pup. Unfortunately, the vet suggested low activity until the cardiologist see’s Winnie.

 

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2 comments

  • Rina G

    I have a toy poodle with a heart issue too so I know how it is 😏 Praying all will be well for Minnie πŸ™πŸΌπŸ’œ

    February 5, 2020 at 7:12 pm Reply

  • Carol Gibbons

    I hope you feel better soon Mini Winnie, you are precious ❀

    February 7, 2020 at 8:53 am Reply