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Abused Doberman, Max, Needs A Leg Amputation!
$100 raised
17% of $600 goal
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Ended May 29, 2014
Max is a 4-year-old Doberman who has endured neglect and abuse throughout his life.  As a puppy his leg was broken and his owners did not seek medical attention for him, thus the break healed on its own and Max now has no mobility in his back ...

Max is a 4-year-old Doberman who has endured neglect and abuse throughout his life.  As a puppy his leg was broken and his owners did not seek medical attention for him, thus the break healed on its own and Max now has no mobility in his back right leg, his leg sticks straight out.  We brought Max into our home after he was abandoned in his yard without food, water, or shelter.  His owners moved from South Carolina to Oklahoma and took their other dog, but left Max BEHIND! My family and I are caring for Max until we can find him a home.  We got him neutered and up-to-date on all of his shots, and during his neutering appointment found out his leg will have to be amputated.  My family and I hope to get Max the medical attention he needs before we find him a forever home!  Any contributions to help with the costs of this expensive procedure would be greatly appreciate.  Donations will help cover the cost of the amputation and any physical therapy or additional accomodations required to help him get to a full and speedy recovery.  Max needs our help! I knew I had to take Max in to my home given his circumstances as I feared the overpopulated SPCA would put him down due to his disability and limited mobility, but Max DOES NOT DESERVE THAT!!! He is a young dog who deserves much more than he has ever been given in his life.  Please help me save this dog and provide him with the best possible life!

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