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Code: BFT2022

Tiny Tim   

In shelter Dog

Abbotsford, BC, V2S 1W1
Pet name:
Tiny Tim
French Bulldog

Name:  Tiny Tim aka Timmy
Age:  4 months
Sex:   Male
Breed:  French Bulldog
Dogs:  Yes
Cats:  Yes
Kids:   Yes
Energy Level: Medium - High
Special Needs:  Atresia Ani

Tiny Tim is a breeder surrender and came to us in the beginning of July.  We were told that he was having significant constipation issues that the breeder was not able to get under control.  The breeder decided to surrender Timmy as their veterinarian recommended euthanasia & she wanted someone to give him a second chance.

When Tiny Tim arrived it was very evident that he was suffering from significant constipation.  We took him to the Animal Emergency Clinic of the Fraser Valley to seek medical attention.  An x-ray revealed he had SEVERE constipation & mega colon.  Timmy was treated with an enema & we sought a referral to a surgeon at a local specialty hospital.

Timmy was diagnosed with a condition called Atresia Ani.  This is a congenital birth defect where the rectum/anus is too small to pass stool.  Thankfully there are treatment options for this condition.  Tiny Tim has had 2 rectal dilation procedures since he arrived to our care and we are happy to report he is now able to pass stool on his own!  We are very hopeful that Timmys bowel movements will continue to get larger and hopefully in time he will be able to have a normal sized poop without the help of daily laxatives.

Tiny Tim will remain on medical hold until he has been cleared medically by our specialist at Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital.

As one can imagine treatment for this condition is costly.  Each dilation procedure for Tiny Tim costs $900-$1000.  We are currently raising funds to help with Timmys ongoing medical expenses.   

Want to help Tiny Tim? Donations can be made via E-transfer/PayPal to or through our GoFundMe campaign at

If you would like to follow Timmys journey with the rescue dont forget to follow us on Facebook at
Aide For Paws Rescue Society


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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