I AM A SILKY TERRIER!
4/16/14 - Lovey is a happy go lucky pup who loves to play with other pups! She is doing well and it is hard to remember the shape she was in when she came to us!
2/21/14 - Lovey had her sutures removed two days ago. She is pain free now and doing
well. She remains on crate rest while her fractures are healing.
Lovey's angels have donated $3,265 towards her $3,352.50 surgery bill. We estimate her final bill will be $4,000 when all vetting is done. She will need to be spayed and have a dental in addition to follow up visits. Thank you!
2/9/14 - Lovey was discharged from the hospital on Feb. 7. She is doing well in her foster home. She is being kept very quiet as her injuries are very painful if she is moved. She is able to go on short walks outside. She is eating well and is a very sweet girl.
2/6/14 - MORNING UPDATE: Lovey is doing well. She is able to stand. Ate a bit last night and again this morning. Still on IVs .. they are adding oral pain meds so that when they discontinue the IVs her pain will be well controlled.
2/5/14 - PLEASE HELP - HIT BY CAR - MULTIPLE FRACTURES - NEEDS SURGERY $4,000
2/5/14 - Lovey's surgery was done late this afternoon and she is doing well. She had two repairs done on her pelvis. We will update as we hear more on her progress. Thank you to everyone for your messages of support and your donations! We could not do what we do without all of you wonderful people!! :)
2/4/14 -Lovey was found on the side of a very busy highway and rushed to a vet. She was in a lot of pain and unable to walk at the time. She was transferred to the specialist and is hospitalized awaiting surgery for multiple pelvic fractures. Thankfully, she is able to move her legs, but she is in extreme pain and cannot stand for that reason. If you click on her pictures you can see her xray.
Please pray for Lovey and any donations will be very appreciated.
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