Princess

Princess was diagnosed with pyometra, an infection in the uterus. She needs blood work immediately to be cleared for her surgery. Help raise the $132 needed!!!
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About the Campaign

Puppy on the street

This little puppy was found roaming the street about 6 months ago. Tiffany saw this little dog on the streets with out an owner. She took the dog to the vet to see if she was chipped but she wasn’t. Tiffany waited to see if someone would claim her but no one did. She Tiffany and her family took in Princess.

NOT EATING AND SLOWLY LOOSING WEIGHT

For the last three weeks Tiffany noticed that Princess wasn’t eating her food. Tiffany has been trying to get Princess to eat different types of food. She has tried human food (rice and chicken), wet food, dry food and even prescription food. Princess will take at most a bite or two then she will stop eating. Princess also isn’t her spunky self anymore. Princess is spending the day sleeping and not jumping around like normal.

Surgery is necessary immediately

After multiple vet visits, the vet in San Joaquin Vet Hospital diagnosed Princess with pyometra (infection in the uterus). Pyometra is considered a highly dangerous and life threatening condition.

Tiffany found two groups to help pay for the surgery to get fixed. She only needs money for the blood work which is $187, however, she has a $53 already raised.

The family paid for the vet and first set of testing  with all the money they had. Tiffany and her family are stressed out over Princess health. They don’t know what is wrong with their puppy.

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Remember all donations are paid directly to the vet to help me get the testing I need.

 

 

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2 comments

  • Altan Tranum

    She is adorable. Unfortunately,.I have 10 dogs (5 fosters) and 4 rescue cats and funds go there. I would search and ask on Facebook groups like No more vet bills or Homemade Hope for Dogs-holistic healing for Cancer and illness. I am glad she got probiotics,.keep that up. Maybe try some slippery elm, and then some homemade bone broth (which you can Syringe in her cheek)

    January 16, 2019 at 7:35 pm Reply

  • Tiffany

    Thank u so much

    January 23, 2019 at 9:07 am Reply