Give a little Bit!
Did you know even the littlest gift amount goes a long way in helping? Especially with medical needs. Ask Catalina, Paxton, Dorian, Brinkley, Bismark and Xavier! Without your help, we can’t cover the costs of these and so many others. Each one has a story and each one will get a chance as a happy, healthy, well-loved pup!
Sometimes our past experiences make us stronger today. Catalina is no exception. This sweet, loving girl has had some trauma in her life, causing an amputation and hip surgery. Though the cost for her care is about $2400, the chance you will give her on a new life is priceless.
Paxton is a charming (and quite good looking) young lady with Entropion in both eyes. The inward rolling of her eyelids caused excessive scratching and irritation. Thankfully there is no long term damage after the $1100 repair procedure.
Darling Dorian was a beagle in need of help and we simply could not say “no” to scooping him up and bringing him to the farm. Despite needing $2100 in care for an amputation, Heartworm treatment and other care, we were not deterred by the cost. He is truly a deserving soul who never got the shot in life he deserved until coming to Saving Grace.
Brinkley is so incredibly fabulous! She has a large wound in her side and a shattered leg broken in pieces beyond repair which will require an amputation. But don’t worry about this future three legged superstar. Your gift will help cover the $1250 medical fees and send her on the way to her furever home!
Life is extremely hard as a stray dog and injuries complicate those struggles exponentially. Bismark came to us from a rural county with a rather gruesome eye injury that may have resulted from being shot in the eye. Will you help us with the $725 cost of making this great guy whole again including his eye removal, neuter, preventatives and vaccines so he will be ready for adoption and all the pampering he deserves?
Are we X-tremely excited to have Xavier in our program? Ah yea! This loving young shepherd mix had a badly damaged front leg that was causing pain and discomfort. He is not only handsome but smart and loving and will be a fabulous spokesman for tripawds everywhere when he is done with healing and ready to be adopted. The cost of Xavier’s treatment is $1200.
Xavier, we cannot be thankful enough for the sponsors who will help to make his wonderful future a reality.