Two Young Dogs At Animal Allies Won’t Survive Without Your Help
Having worked very closely with the fantastic staff and volunteers at Animal Allies it is fair to say that those people bend over backwards to care and love each and every animal that comes through their door. And they will go to the ends of the earth to make sure they are healthy and happy. The medical care for some of these animals can be very extensive and their in house vets give the absolute best care, but sometimes one or in this case 2 animals need very specialized care.
Meet Gus a 1-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier with one of the best smiles ever and Precious a 2-year old-American Staffordshire Terrier who has a funny fascination with sniffing everyone's winter boots. She is also deaf, which they say leads to loads of loud, loving howls. The medical staff noticed on the initial exam of both dogs that they have heart murmurs.
The cardiologist recommended both dogs receive heart surgery at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Without surgery, Gus and Precious are not expected to live very long. But you can give them the chance to have a full and happy life by making a donation to the Healing Hearts & Paws Fund. The estimated cost for both of them to have surgery is around $8,000. You literally can help save the life of these amazing dogs.
The goal for the fund in 2021 is $45,000 because Gus and Precious will not be the last animals in need of love and support. Many homeless animals require extra medical attention and with your donation you can continue to help so many animals to get healthy and then adopted in a loving home . Click Here for more information or to make a donation.
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