Help! Little Puppy Having Seizures

The hardest part of rescuing is dealing with the unexpected…every single day.

Yesterday afternoon our little Fred began seizing suddenly and very intensely. Melissa was able to immediately rush the little six week old Border Collie/Aussie mix to the emergency vet. He remained overnight and we await an update this morning.

How can you help?

You can help us by donating or sharing this post. Our expenses have reached nearly $1000 in one day. We appreciate your support.

Please notate “Fred” on your donation to make sure it gets earmarked for him! Thanks.

**Updated to add a new Chipin for the long term fundraising that it will take to pay off this bill, unless someone’s feeling spontaneously generous? Thank you always for all of your support, we raised a few dollars to help when he was hospitalized, but this large and unexpected bill is really looming over our heads. It was at a different doctor’s office than usual…We will update soon with that information.**



UPDATES

1/22/2012 Melissa reports that Fred has not had any further seizures and is now eating and drinking. We are hopeful he will go home in the morning.

1/23/2012 We would like to take Fred home but need to raise the funds to do so. Please help us at this time.

1/26/2012 Fred has returned to his foster home and is under watch for more seizures. We are unsure what caused them at this time but we will monitor his condition in case this happens again. In the meantime, we have a bill of just a little over $1000! We hope you noticed that nice new blue Chipin where you can help us out by sharing or donating!

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4 thoughts on “Help! Little Puppy Having Seizures

  1. I hope Fred is still getting better. I put alittle money on him and I will put alittle on your other chip-in. I love what y’all do for the animals. I wish I could do so much more, tho… :)

  2. I hope Fred is still getting better. I put alittle money on him and I will put alittle on your other chip-in. I love what y’all do for the animals. I wish I could do so much more, tho… :)

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