Donations Needed to Help Us Pay Vet Costs - Dotties recovery is going well. She is on rest and recovery time and her new family is patiently waiting for her. She still needs rest, walking therapy and follow up visits. She will probably be ready to go to her new home sometime in October. Please send your check donations to CCR, P.O. Box 1050, Kannapolis, NC 28081 or you can use PayPal to donate at firstname.lastname@example.org. Because we have a home in the works, we are not accepting any applications. Absolutely No Phone Calls, texts or emails.
This sweet girl came to us with ear growth tumors, both back legs had ACL ruptures and she had a mammary tumor. She also had dry eye and needed a dental and spay. Your kindness to help us pay her vet costs is greatly appreciated. No amount is too small.
Dottie is a 6-year-old Cocker Spaniel who obviously had a neglectful owner. She was a stray picked up by Georgia Animal Control. When no owner showed, the shelter contacted us saying that she was probably abandoned due to health issues. She is child friendly, loves balls and weighs about 30 pounds. She only knew life outside but has been learning how to be an inside dog. She is on medicine for dry eye and is mostly deaf in both ears.
Please donate to help us pay her vet costs. You can send check donations to CCR, P.O. Box 1050, Kannapolis, NC 28081 or PayPal donations to email@example.com.
When she is ready, her adoption fee will be $400
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