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MPBF- James P. Sullivan (Sully) medical treatment
$355 raised
59% of $600 goal
13 contributors
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Ended Mar 24, 2014
We are happy to welcome James P Sullivan or Sully for short into our rescue program. He is heartworm positive and has a long way to go until he is ready for adoption but MPBF is here for him every step of the way. Sullivan is now in a medical foster ...
We are happy to welcome James P Sullivan or Sully for short into our rescue program. He is heartworm positive and has a long way to go until he is ready for adoption but MPBF is here for him every step of the way. Sullivan is now in a medical foster home where his progress and healthy will be monitored until he is healthy enough to be moved into a regular foster home. From there Sullivan will be available for adoption!
***The funds in this fundrazr account will be used to provide medical care for Sully exclusively. The Merit Pit Bull Foundation is a 501c3 registered non-profit. All donations are tax deductibe.***

From Ginger's Fund: "Lexington Animal Control Officer Sam Fritts and LPD Officer Forest was responding to animal welfare call today (8/30/13) when they found 2 male Pit Bulls, chained, starving, and in need of help. Both dogs had no food, no water, and were “living” in horrible conditions. Sullivan was in the worse shape of the two, he only had about 2 feet of chain to “move” around on and could not stand up without falling down. He is emaciated, severely anemic, and we are hoping he was found in time to be saved. The officers rushed the 2 Pit Bulls to Davidson Animal Hospital where they were immediately seen by Dr. Hedrick. Medical Findings:
Sullivan: 2-4 years old, emaciated, weight 36 lbs, very anemic, weak, difficulty standing, open soars on ears and head from fly bites, missing fur on limbs, loaded with intestinal worms, HW positive, fleas, and dehydrated. Sullivan had to be placed in Intensive Care Unit immediately for his anemia-he may need a blood transfusion soon if his anemia does not respond to treatment."
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