Handipets Pets In Need

Can you help Isabella an abandoned Pitt with a shattered hip?

Posted in Pets In Need by handipets on July 25, 2009

Isabellawhenwefoundher.jpg picture by Handipets

Olga Caine wrote:
My name is Olga Caine
Me and my friend found Pit Bull in the woods on 06/25/2009, with the broken(shattered) hip, open wounds, emeciated.Multiple compound open infected fractures and osteomylitis of the left femur after untreated (3-4 weeks) mva trauma.

Her leg was amputated on 07/03/2009,osteo debrided, but the infection rapidly worsened and she had to be taken back for emergency surgical cleansing for generalized sepsis on 07/23/2009.

Isabellawhenwefoundher3.jpg picture by Handipets

We named dog Isabella, she is the sweetest dog in the world, I will provide her a loving home and I am seeking for the help with vet bills.

The vet bills now is around $6,000.00. We raised already $1,400.00. Is there any way you would help us financially? or tell me please who can help us.

There is a Chip In Page online if you can’t see the Widget Below.  If you can help out please CLICK HERE

The name of the Hospital Isabella in right now is ” Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center “. There are a lot of great Doctors who is taking care of Isabella right now:
Nicole Salas, DVM, Surgery Resident
 Robert J. Orsher, VMD, DACVS
Melissa Hobday, VMD, Surgery Resident
 ( I believe everybody knows her there)
The address : 1900 W. Old Lincoln Hwy, Langhorne, PA 19047
The phone #  (215) 750-7884
 
My PayPal account is my email : olga_caine@verizon.net
Thank you very much again.
Have a nice day
Olga Caine

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Can you help Gizmo Get surgery?

Posted in Pets In Need by handipets on July 20, 2009

Gizmo’s WordPress Site http://surgeryforgizmo.wordpress.com/

Gizmo is a 13-year-old dog of indeterminate heritage (her
veterinarian in Washington used to call her the world’s largest
papillion).  She is a rescue dog from the Animal Care and Control
in San Francisco, CA.  When I first got her in December of 1996, it was
estimated that she was about one, and I was told that she was found in
an abusive situation where she had been hit, kicked, and threatened
with death.

Gizmo has been a wonderful companion for the past 12 years.  We’ve
since moved from San Francisco to Everett, Washington, back to San
Francisco for a brief stay, and we now reside in Kentucky.  I’m a
student pursuing my bachelor’s degree in English, as well as a
part-time instructor at the college I attend.  As such, my funds are
low, particularly at this time of the year when the summer semester is
almost over and the fall semester is a month away.

On Thursday, July 16, 2009, I took Gizmo to her veternarian because
the fatty tumor she has had for a couple of years had become infected. 
The vet informed me that the tumor is in need of removal, and then she
handed me the bill.  The low estimate for the surgery (and related
costs, such as x-rays, biopsy, post-surgical pain management, and
surgery assessment) is $698.25 US and the high estimate (assuming that
surgery lasts more than 30 minutes) is $865.25 US.  The wording of the
estimate allows for a 15% rate of error, which means that the surgery
could go as high as $995.25 US.

I simply can’t cover that amount of money in the time needed  She
currently has a two week supply of antibiotics, and the veterinarian
believes that she needs to have the surgery by the end of the two week
period.  That means she needs to have her surgery around August 1, 2009.

Had this happened in November, it would be a different story, but it
was a struggle to pay the $136 I’ve put out this week for care.  I’m
not someone who finds it easy to accept help, especially monetary, but
I love my dog, and I am determined to help her however I can.

I’ve set up a PayPal account specifically for her surgery costs. 
Please donate whatever you can.  Any help is appreciated.  If you are
unable to donate, please forward this url to someone who may be able to
help.

I will check the PayPal account daily, and I will shut it down the
moment I have enough to get Gizmo the surgery she needs.  I’m not here
to profit from the generosity of others.  I just want my dog to be
well.  I had to put one of my cats to sleep six months ago, and I’m not
ready to lose another, especially when her problem is one that can be
fixed.

Thank you in advance for reading our story and for any assistance you are able to provide.

Donate at PayPal.
The email address of Gizmo’s surgery account is surgeryforgizmo@gmail.com. Enter the amount of your donation. Then click on the personal tab and click gift or other.