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Lily needs our help
$942 raised
47% of $2k goal
31 contributors
0 days left
Ended Jul 7, 2014
For those that don’t remember Lily, she was dumped in Pembroke Pines after being a victim of overbreeding and quickly touched all of our hearts with her sweet and gentle disposition. Despite a rough beginning, Lily never showed aggression ...

For those that don’t remember Lily, she was dumped in Pembroke Pines after being a victim of overbreeding and quickly touched all of our hearts with her sweet and gentle disposition. Despite a rough beginning, Lily never showed aggression towards any dog or person and did her best to squeeze herself into a little ball on our laps every chance she got (and she’s not a small dog). Our sweet girl finally found her furever home on Good Friday of this year and we couldn’t have been happier, she was one of our favorites. Lily has since developed a very rare neurological disorder called FCE (Fibrocartilaginous Embolism) which is why we find ourselves in a position where we believe it is necessary to reach out to you for help. Some dogs become completely paralyzed as a result of this disorder and others loose partial mobility or find their limbs weakened for no apparent reason (usually the hind end). In layman’s terms, a piece of cartilage has found it’s way to Lily’s spinal cord which has caused a blood vessel obstruction (an embolism), resulting in a loss of mobility. At the onset of this condition, many people would have thrown in the towel but not Lily’s family…they fell in love with her the moment they met her and are not giving up on this sweet baby. With that said, we don’t wanna turn our backs on Lily and her family and would like to do all we can to offset the cost of her rehabilitation. Lily has been undergoing intensive physical therapy three times a week, which will have to continue for the next two months or so in order to give Lily a chance at normalcy again. The socks you see on Lily’s hind legs are to prevent her from damaging her feet while dragging them behind her. We are not a 501c3 organization (yet) so your donations are not tax deductible at this time but every dollar helps. Please help us reach our goal and ease the burden on Lily’s family. Thank you in advance for donating and/or sharing Lily’s story.

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