About the Campaign
Painful bladder stones
This beautiful girl, Ruby, has bladder stones. The family noticed in October that she would pee a lot more than normal, and would whimper at times. They took her to the vet, and x-rays clearly showed that she has stones in her bladder.
Ruby has been a very happy dog, and is an important part of her family, who write:
“…recently Ruby has been losing energy due to recurring urinary tract infections and some problems going to the bathroom. She was sleeping all the time and didn’t even want to walk around the block anymore. Her mommy, daddy, and big sister, Isabella, were very worried about her and took her for some x-rays to see what the problem was. The Animal Medical Hospital of Pasadena said her bladder was full of stones! Bladder stones cause frequent urinary infections, pain, and blockage which can be fatal if left untreated. Please help Ruby by donating a small amount to get a bladder stone operation. The operation will help Ruby live a full life once again. Ruby’s dad is unemployed due to the pandemic and the family is hoping for some help to cover the cost of operation. Even the smallest donation will be appreciated by a very sweet girl who needs help right now.”
All donations here are just for Ruby and will only be paid directly to her vet when surgery is perfomed!
Vet estimate (click to enlarge):