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Daisy's Fund
$148 raised
5 contributors
4 Years running
Meet Daisy .... Daisy is a former ARNNE rescue who was adopted by ARNNE volunteer Kristina. Many of you have met Kristina as she is the face you see at EVERY Pet Adoption Day as well as many fundraising events hosted for ARNNE. She is also the ...

Meet Daisy .... Daisy is a former ARNNE rescue who was adopted by ARNNE volunteer Kristina. Many of you have met Kristina as she is the face you see at EVERY Pet Adoption Day as well as many fundraising events hosted for ARNNE. She is also the face behind some recent dog adoptions and the face only the pups see at the kennel every week....her love for dogs is incredible and there isn't anything she wouldn't do to help ARNNE pups.

Recently, her dog Daisy got very sick & spent the night at the ER Vet hospital and several subsequent days at the vet.  After lots of testing, it was learned that Daisy has Addison's Disease. Addison's Disease is a disorder when the adrenal glands fail to produce enough hormones for normal function. When proper amounts are not produced, the body attacks itself.

What this means for Daisy is costly injections every 25 days for the rest of her life, more regular vet checks to monitor and daily prednisone therapy. Kristina would not think twice about Daisy's treatment, no matter what Kris may go with out.

Please help Kristina get caught up on these emergency medicals by purchasing her handmade paw print ornaments, so that she may proceed with Daisy's care with a well planned budget. All money received over Kristina's goal will be donated to ARNNE to go toward Cleo's recent ACL surgery and ARNNE's newest pup, Carley who was extremely ill with Parvo and is receiving treament. 
Thank you for your support.

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