This is Lincoln. A beautiful spaniel mix puppy who was dumped near the dog park in Sumter. Poor guy is strong positive for Parvovirus and has ulcers in his mouth so he can't eat. He only weighs 9 pounds. He should be close to 15 or more! The vet put his body condition at a 1. He deserves a chance! He's currently at Guignard Animal Clinic getting fluids and meds and his bills are piling up. Luckily, he has stopped vomiting and seems to be recovering! His bills are approximately $600 and climbing daily. Please find it in your heart to help this poor guy. Call the vet at 803-775-9152 and donate under For Belle's Sake- Lincoln. Thank you in advance. To follow his progress, feel free to follow our Facebook page at For Belle's Sake Rescue/Rehabilitation. Lincoln deserves a chance and when he recovers, he will be neutered and looking for a forever home. Thank you for reading his story!
âUPDATE: Lincoln was released from the vet and he is doing AMAZING! Please visit our facebook page for videos and updated pictures. He is a fighter and BEAT parvo! We are so in love with this boy. He has such a spirit and is too cute! His bill is $800 just to fight the parvo and donations are so gladly accepted and appreciated. He will be ready for adoption as soon as he is neutered and current on routine vetting after his body has a few days to recover from the illness.
UPDATE: 11/19/16: Lincoln, sweet boy, was adopted and loving life until he found himself back homeless again. Unfortunately, his child developed allergies so Lincoln was surrendered. Lincoln has beat all of the odds and we know his forever home is out there. He's guessed to be a spaniel mix and is a gorgeous and fun loving boy. He's full of personality and his ears are just too cute for words. Lincoln is approximately 8 months old. If interested in meeting and potentially adopting sweet Lincoln, please complete the adoption application located at forbellessake.org. Thank you.
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