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Puppy with a Blockage - They requested her to be euthanized.

Updated: Sep 12, 2022

Imagine being an inch away from death; not because all efforts were met, but because a life-saving surgery was needed and funds were not sufficient.

We have an emergency when we were alerted about a 6 week old female puppy surrendered to the ER with a blockage. The puppy surrendered was to be euthanize due to lack of funds.

They said she has not been eating and her belly is distended and there is a metal object - maybe a fishhook and wire, they are not sure. The damage it might have done would have been fatal but emergency surgery was needed or she was to be euthanized.

We were called to assist. We struggled with whether we could assist due to the large amount of current medical dogs we have in our rescue.

Cersei was blessed with a shot at a second chance. Her procedure wasn’t just any procedure, it was emergency surgery to fix intestinal blockage which saved her life!

Today she is recovering because we said "Yes"!!

Her bill is currently about $4,000 and we have raised about $1,500, but we need to raise $2,500 dollars to cover her bill. Please consider donating to Cersei's medical care.

Please DONATE to SAVE she will die without this surgery! The estimate is high because they are NOT SURE the extent of the damage!!

Update on Cersei she is in RECOVERY ❤️‍🩹!

She made it through surgery! They say it is Linear Obstruction - it looked like pieces of socks, toys, possibly string.

Nonlinear foreign bodies cause an intestinal obstruction that prevents gas and fluid from passing down the intestine. Linear foreign bodies include string, rope, thin long socks, pantyhose, thongs and other objects that are long. These potentially can cause a perforation of the intestine.

There are two parts of the intestines that run the risk of perforating they are watching her closely !!

Thank you for HELPING US, HELP ANIMALS, overcome their yesterdays and rewrite their tomorrow.


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