Sponsor a Pet
If there is a particular pet that you would like your donation to go towards, please select the sponsorship button located to the right of the pet's bio.
Meet Beez! He came to us via friends on social media and an amazing rescue, Be Fido's Friend stepped up to bring him into their adoption program. He was severely matted and had a pretty bad ear infection but now he is getting the care he deserves. He was evaluated by a neurologist and found that he either has a chronic spine issue or had an FCE. It was advised that we seek out animal rehabilitation with his case in hopes that he regain more motor function. Current sponsorship includes: equipment, rehabilitation therapy, specialty consults.
Bella was rushed her to the hospital in April 2013, where she underwent emergency spinal surgery which showed blood clots and swelling around the spine and had to get 3 ruptured disks removed. She has been receiving extensive physical therapy since then and requires 24 hour care as she lost all neurological functioning of her back legs and is unable to go "potty" on her own. She requires a doggie "wheelchair" or her mom holding her up with a walking sling to get around. Bella is also extremely prone to urinary tract infections and is on daily supplements and medication to prevent any future UTIs from happening. Current sponsorship includes: equipment, supplements, veterinary care
Meet Cooper! This cutie pie has hind limb ataxia that progressed to paraplegia from a lesion on his T2 vertebrae. He also has been experiencing focal seizures and is not continent. He received a custom wheelchair from Bialy’s Wellness Foundation along with supplies for his continence. He is now in rehab therapy and his hind limbs are becoming more active. Current sponsorship includes: equipment, medication, rehabilitation therapy
Meet Lola. She is a 4 year old mixed breed diagnosed with what is thought to be Polyradiculoneuritis. She is our first pet sponsored outside of North America - We are excited to be working with her rehabilitation therapy clinic all the way in South Africa. Lola has been gaining more and more independence in her new wheelchair that she received in December 2016! Current sponsorship includes: equipment, rehabilitation therapy
Meet Mimi. This sweetheart of a girl was diagnosed with a rare joint disease in dogs: rheumatoid arthritis, a severe degenerative disease in her stifles (knees), elbows and wrists. RA has caused extreme muscle contracture and loss of movement in both of her hindlimbs as well as limited movement in her front limbs. Since beginning sponsorship Mimi has become more comfortable and her mobility has improved which has shown in longer walks around her neighborhood. Current sponsorship includes: medication, rehabilitation therapy, specialty consults, veterinary care