я Last Laps with a Friend: Dental and Hospice Care for a Senior Dog – The Impact Vine

Last Laps with a Friend: Dental and Hospice Care for a Senior Dog

By Red Leash Rescue

Stamford

8 %

$170.00

Donated towards $2250.87 Goal

3

Donors

Ends on
June 24, 2017

  • description
  • comments
  • donors

We are a local Adult & Senior Dog Rescue agency serving Fairfield County. Since March of 2015 we have had 39 adult and senior dogs come through our program. We are not breed specific, dogs coming into our program are between 4 and 16+ years old. With so many rescues helping save young dogs from our southern states, we felt it was important to make our local adult and senior dogs a priority.

It’s heartbreaking to see our shelters filled with dogs that have given their best years to a family only to be discarded when they need love and care the most. The most common ailments of dogs in our program are: malnourishment, vision loss, eye ulcers, cancer, kidney or liver disease and without fail every senior dog has severe dental disease. Our mission is to make sure these dogs get their medical needs (curative or palliative) addressed along with the compassion and love they greatly deserve for however long they have.

A Closer Look at Wyatt

Wyatt, a 12yo toy poodle surrendered by his owner, had a mouthful of rotten teeth.  He is fully house trained, lovable and otherwise a healthy senior dog that would never be adopted with the high cost of the dental surgery he needed. We were able to find funding to assist us with the cost and now 1 week after surgery he is pending adoption.

With the help of The Impact Vine and donors we can fund the dental and hospice care for the next incoming senior, like our most recent seniors Martha, Wyatt and Moe featured in our video.

  • Vet Visit (exam, 4DX test with fecal, senior labs, urine culture, vaccinations, etc.): $251.50
  • Dental Surgery w/ 20 teeth pulled, microchip (with pain meds and 2 antibiotics): $1,629.23
  • Essentials including but not limited to: Soft food diet, soft treats, dog bed, leash, collar, harness, id tags, dental care supplies for intact teeth, follow up with vet, sweater for cold weather after 1st shave down: $220.58
  • Grooming x2, nail trim x2, bathing supplies: $149.56

Cost to fund dental and hospice care for the next incoming senior dog: $2,250.87

 

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Donors (3)

User Placeholder
The Haupt Family
$100
User Placeholder
Susan Serven
$20
User Placeholder
Alex K.
$50