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Help save my dog Charlie! The funds will be used to help pay his medical bills.

Charlie's story; Charlie is about 1 - 1 1/2 years old, found by the humane society as a stray. When I first met him, he was quiet and shy, his hair was matted and he was just neutered, he was in rough shape. Once we got him home, we realized that he must have had a rough start from the beginning. He was not potty trained and must of had a bad experience with a male figure in his life, and still to this day hesitates when he first meets one. Charlie fell in love with my family, my parent's dog Tanner, and me. We have not only changed his life, but he has also changed ours.

My story: I was graduating from college and just wanted to do something special for someone. I chose Charlie. He needed someone to love and I needed him. I purchased Charlie for $250, and then spent another $150 on shots he needed. Everything was getting better after bringing Charlie home. Three weeks later, Charlie had a seizure. I called the vet and they wanted another $250 for test. I decided that I would wait to see if it happened again. I thought Charlie would be fine, and it was a one-time thing, it was not. Three weeks later Charlie had another seizure. I decided to do the test. I got the results the next day. They told me Charlie's liver test came back abnormal, and that I should talk to a specialist about a CT scan, that cost anywhere from $800 to $1200. Also with the possibility of having surgery if it was serious. I know this is way out of my budget. I thought I was helping this little creature who just needed someone to love. I fell too much in love with him not to give him that chance. How could I live with myself if I did not fight for him?

You can be part of Charlie's story. I am looking for help for Charlie, a little puppy that needs a little extra love. All donations will go directly for his medical bills, any leftover will go to other dogs in need.
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