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Aggie's Happily Ever After
$2,445 raised
61% of $4k goal
62 contributors
0 days left
Ended Jun 14, 2014
Alone she sat in the shelter, given up on by her family, not able to use her back legs...a doxie's worst nightmare and leaving no chance to be adopted. A photo went out over the web and was seen by the DRSF Intake Team and a volunteer was dispatched ...
Alone she sat in the shelter, given up on by her family, not able to use her back legs...a doxie's worst nightmare and leaving no chance to be adopted. A photo went out over the web and was seen by the DRSF Intake Team and a volunteer was dispatched to go see her. Our volunteer reported back that she was the sweetest girl ever who just wanted to be held and they both cried when she had to go back in her cage...

As it always does, shortly after, a plea went out to our community that we wanted to help Aggie (known then as Sasha), but we needed a foster home. As they always do, our community shared her story, and a plan began to come together...

We didn't know how long she had been down and we didn't know if she would ever use her legs again. We didn't know who would foster her ,and we didn't know how we would find a home for her if she couldn't walk. What we did know is that she was a beautiful girl who had touched our volunteer's heart and the heart of our community and as it always does, the plan started to come together, a foster came forward, and we were able to get her out.

We all rejoyced that we could help her, and as our IVDD dogs do, she went immediately to Dr. Wong at Southeast Veterinary Neurology where we were thrilled to learn that she was a candidate for surgery and that Dr. Wong believed he could help her.

Now, once again, we need YOUR help.....Aggie is the 16th IVDD surgery we have done and we need to cover the cost of her care. Do you have $5 or $10 to help us cover her care and be ready for the next doxie in need?
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