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Please give your support for a very tough, and loveable little black lab puppy in need of some special medical care. <3

Woud like to post this around in hope of saving a life, please read and take the time to consider it. ♥

**I went in and visited Mia this afternoon, and she still seems very sad and kept trying to walk towards the door, Theyre keeping her in again and hopefully these visits will help her kick some parvo butt!! They also did more test/xrays today to make sure she wasnt getting worse and to make sure she didnt have an intrussusception, which she has neither and isnt becoming aneimic!Thank you so much so far EVERYONE!**

My 5 month old Black Lab puppy has been dignoised with Parvo and we have caught it earlier enough that she has a high recovery rate. She was taken in early Feb 13th to a veteraniary clinic in Lacombe, Alberta, Canada as there was nothing more I could do for her own my own other than watch her suffer and pass away.

She is currently undergoing treatment of antibiotics, IV fluids and 24 monitoring. I have be able to attain 740.00 toward her total bill which currently is sitting at 1331.00.Which includes 4 overnight stays, her med's (antibiotics, anti nasuea/dirrarah), blood work x2, IV's, Xrays and her initial exams for dignoisis etc. I have exhausted all my options with advances from work etc, and pet insurance companies will not help.

The vet's also do not offer payment plans, so the entire remaining balance will be due when she is released to go home. There is also no emergency funding for verteranarian bills in Alberta or Canada. If I do not have this than she will be placed in the SPCA or another accredited business for adoption.

This puppy is the light of my life and has attributed to my happiness, positive thinking, and all around health greatly as she puts a smile on my face everyday and we consider her to be our fur baby! and now its my turn to do the same for her. I can be reached via email or through my facebook; Amanda Barager; if you would like more information or would like to contribute. You can also call the Lacombe Veterinary Centre directly if you wish and make a donation over the phone, but please leave your name so I can try and thank you!!
Any help would be greatly appriciated, and if any donations are made and the amount is over the treatment cost amount needed it will be donated to the Red Deer SPCA or another accredited Canadian/Albertian organization until I can get my own off the ground which will specially help puppies in Mias situation. Thank you so much. xoox ♥
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