Myles

His back leg is messed up at the hip, and he can hardly move it, and it hurts real bad. Surgery will fix him up perfectly, for life!

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About the Campaign

Little Myles can’t use one leg

Well, he can barely, but it’s basically frozen

He is 10 months old and started water therapy (check out the video above) because the muscle in his leg was atrophying. He has a birth-defect where the femur is not in the hip correctly. It can be corrected just perfect, with surgery. But until then he can barely move the leg and it hurts very badly.

Myles came from a lady who was trying to breed dogs for extra money, and she did not know what she was doing. Myles’ issue is probably from improper breeding, and also she wasn’t caring for them properly. Fortunately Donna with Soul2Soul Animal Rescue found out about the case, and due to the urgent nature agreed to take Myles in right away.

Myles also also has two baby teeth in the front that won’t come out, even though the adult teeth are coming in, so those also need to be removed, you can kind of see it in this photo:

Because he is still a puppy this needs to be corrected now, and Myles was also not in the best living situation, so the rescue had to act quickly though they were not prepared for the cost. Myles needs everyone to rally for him to get his surgery funded by October 3rd, when a specialist can see him.

All donations are for Myles and paid right to the vet just for him! 

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3 comments

  • Amy Palmer

    I love little Myles

    September 27, 2023 at 4:30 pm Reply

  • Wendy Peters

    From Tinsley as a thank you to April Gregg in memory of Sage and Alfie. April gave us a wheelchair and dog stroller that had belonged to her Sage and Alfie. The wheelchair is made by Eddie’s Wheels and is sturdier than her other one which will be great for our hikes. It is also much easier to put her in. She took to it like they were her real rear legs. Thank you so much for your generosity April Gregg. Paying it forward.

    October 2, 2023 at 9:54 am Reply

  • Erin Bonner

    Myles

    October 4, 2023 at 6:20 am Reply