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  Dogs In Need

If for some reason the surgery for a particular dog doesn't occur within 60 days, the funds donated for that surgery will go back into our general fund to help the next dog in need.  Thank you for helping us help all these dogs in need!


 



FUNDING CLOSED!
UPDATE! APRIL 30, 2013


 

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Olivia is doing beautifully! She continues to thrive. Her foster mom considers her a doggie genius. Olivia always watches foster mom Amy pick up the poop and put it in the compost pile, so now Olivia just goes to the compost pile to go poop! She is eating very well now and has gained about 4 pounds! She needed to gain some, but Amy is going to be careful she does not gain too much because it make it harder to get around. She is tentative towards men, makes sense after what happened to her, but she is coming along with that. Amy is working with a trainer that helps PP and just today I got a text from Amy that Olivia actually solicited attention from a man! She is such a brave, sweet, little girl! She is truly a gem and I am so glad we were able to help her know what love is. Thanks so much for your help with Olivia. It is greatly appreciated. 

4-5-13
Olivia is an amazing dog! She is quiet and reserved, but unbelievably sweet, loving and most of all forgiving. She has yet to wag her tail at the emergency hospital and needs to know how much people really do love her. Please help us help Olivia!  Here current vet bills are $3,790; $445 has been raised so far.  Plus her critical care is still ongoing....
Thank you all for any help you can give her.

UPDATE 4-16-13

Olivia is an amazing dog and I would love to tell you all about her. I have spent a lot of time with her and she is absolutely wonderful!  Olivia is quiet and reserved, but unbelievably sweet, loving and most of all forgiving. To meet her is to fall head over heals in love with her. You can see her beauty in the pictures, but they just don't do her justice. She is absolutely gorgeous and all that see her comment on how pretty she is. Her foster brother, Fred, a rescue and abused pit (as you can see from the burn on his back), is absolute therapy for her. He is a doll. I had a trainer come along with me to do the meet and greet when Olivia first met her new foster brother Fred to make sure everything went smoothly. The trainer's wife is a good friend of mine and he was happy to go along since introducing a dog as vulnerable as Olivia to a new dog was new territory to me. Her case is probably the worst we have seen in PP and I wanted to make sure everything went smoothly. Within minutes of the dogs meeting, the trainer commented on how much they liked each other and that Fred was showing sympathy towards Olivia. Fred has neurological issues and can't see very good close up, so he has issues of his own and it very touching how well they compliment each other. At Animal Emergency and Treatment Center, they never did get a tail wag out of Olivia, but I received a text from Olivia's foster mom after she had been there a short while and Olivia wagged her tail! She is eating well now with some yummies mixed in her regular food and has come a long way in a very short period of time. 

Thank you so much for helping fund Olivia's care. She is one we just could not turn our backs on!
Warm Regards,
Becky


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