The evening of January 11th my dog Dixon was attacked by my Husky during meal time after a scuffle. This left him with severe injuries, including an abdominal hernia, multiple puncture wounds, tissue damage, and more. He had emergency surgery this morning and the doctors are guarded as he is critical.
I was approved for Scratchpay loan at $600 but the surgery estimate is $1200-$1500. I am needing help paying off the remainder of his bill. I am
unemployed at the moment due to my own health issues, being in & out of the hospital myself with an autoimmune disorder, and I’m also the sole caregiver for my dad who has Lewy Body Dementia.
I am devastated. Dixon was a rescue, he rescued me….now it is my turn to rescue him. His vet also takes payment directly. They are Dockery, Mobley, and Associates Animal Hospital in Albany, GA 2294351431. Account name is Heather Hadsock, dog is Dixon.
I appreciate any help or support.
The Savior Foundation donates food to our volunteers, who care for homeless animals. Because our volunteers feed dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens, a variety of food is needed to help these animals get the proper nutrition. It is only through donations that The Savior Foundation can provide food for these stray animals. Also, our volunteers are critical to helping these animals. Not only do the volunteers feed these animals, but they work tirelessly to find loving homes for them.
Ms. Clementine was brought to Memphis Animal Shelter in terrible shape. Paws TN rescued her and is providing her with much needed medical treatment for alopecia, erythema, and crusted skin on face, legs, and paws. Thankfully, The Savior Foundation provided some funding towards her medical treatment. More funding is needed to cover the bills now and in the near future. Please help this pup!
Hey, we’re the Stewards! We are a young family seeking help for our 3 year old Australian Shepherd, Waylon, who was hit by a truck on Friday, October 15th. We went on our first family vacation in 5 plus years and had someone staying at our house to watch Waylon and he got away from her. He has injured both sides of his pelvis and his spine. On one side his pelvis is shattered which is the side they will amputate and the other side is dislocated from his spine. This is the leg they will do surgery on (he’s expected to have 100% mobility in this leg).
They will not perform surgery until $5000 of the $5500 is paid. This is an emergency surgery that cannot wait or will start healing wrong. I know that they always say “our dog is a member of our family.” and people smirk or roll their eyes. Waylon is the glue that holds our family together. He makes us better people! He makes us patient, calm, kind. When our day goes south, he is always there for us. He’s not just the best dog in the world, he is our family!
We are desperate! We want him to be able to meet us at the door again, to get in the bed with us, and at the least, be able to use the bathroom by himself again. We want more than anything to make that happen! We need your help! Please! If you can, help us get our baby the help that he so desperately needs! Your generosity will not only bring joy to Waylon’s life, but to ours! We appreciate you taking the time to read our story! Help us improve Waylon’s quality of life! go fund me: https://gofund.me/2ff68cf2
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Ms. Lola and her mom are so thankful for all the donations from The Savior Foundation.
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The Savior Foundation stepped in and changed his life. His ears were treated, he was vaccinated and neutered. He is now a beautiful, playful cat and enjoys all the love in his Georgia home.
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