Pacific Coast Dog Rescue saves dogs from all walks of life.
Hershey was rescued many years ago from living on a 3 foot chain that had grown into his neck and that had to be surgically removed.
Hershey was traumatized and aggressive with strangers so our rescue decided not to place him into an adoptive home. Pacific Coast Dog Rescue's Director, Ingrid Hurel, fosters some of our "unadoptable dogs" and Hershey found love and stability in her home.
However on Monday, tragedy struck:
When Ingrid came home from work on Monday evening she found Hershey acting lethargic. She checked his gums and they were pale. She could sense this was something serious and rushed him to the emergency hospital. They confirmed her fears, he had a ruptured mass on the spleen and was bleeding heavily internally.
Hershey had to spend the night at the emergency hospital, he was kept stable and recieved a blood transfusion. COST $1900
The speciality hospital was going to charge $7000 ONLY FOR THE SURGERY.
But our amazing vet, Dr. Park at Berkley Pet Hospital did the surgery for $3000
PLEASE FIND IT IN YOUR HEART TO MAKE A DONATION FOR HERSHEY's LIFE SAVING PROCEDURE that came up with NO WARNING butwehad to act fast!
THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART!!!
Pacific Coast Dog Rescue