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Clancy Memorial
$400 raised
16% of $2.5k goal
10 contributors
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Ended May 18, 2014
On the 20th of March we lost the core leader of our rescue pack.  He came to our rescue close to a yr ago barely able to walk after another rescue wanted to put him dow because they thought he had wobblers and a mast cell tumor.  WE got the call ...

On the 20th of March we lost the core leader of our rescue pack.  He came to our rescue close to a yr ago barely able to walk after another rescue wanted to put him dow because they thought he had wobblers and a mast cell tumor.  WE got the call asking if we could take him in.  We asked if he was a doberman.  That is our only condition.  We do not limit ourselves to the easy to adopt dogs, or the cute puppies, we take all dobermans, including the sick and old.  

When we got Clancy we took him to our vet who accessed he had been hit by a vehicle and the mast cell tumor was the site of impact from the accident.  With intensive chiropractic treatment, and a lot of love, Clancy started to walk, and learned to even walk up and down stairs.  By the time we lost him, he was walking a mile and a half a day.

He had a fabulous personality and loved everyone he met.  He was a big boy at 104 pounds, but was gentle with small puppies and little children.  There was nothing he loved more than snuggling on the couch with my grandbaby watching movies. 

Right now the rescue is at a point where we are finaicially at the edge of non existance.  We solely exist on donations and out of our own pockets and if we do not receive help, we are not going to be able to continue on with the work we are doing here. We are asking for help in Clancy's memory so we can help more like him.

Thank you.

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