Handsome Dudley needed to have radiographs to figure out why he was limping. Because animals typically need to be sedated so that they’ll hold still for x-rays, the process can get expensive. A RHFP award helped pay for the diagnostics, so that Dudley’s parents and vet can decide the best course of action going forward. Without awards like this, more pets would end up in shelters, would remain in pain, or would be unnecessarily euthanized. Thanks to donors like you, we can help Dudley and many others.
Mango had a linear foreign body (from eating something like a string) that required an overnight stay at Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Services and then a surgery at Mango’s general practice vet. Without surgery, a foreign body is fatal. Mango’s mom is a single mom who was having trouble coming up with enough funds for the surgery. A Rochester Hope for Pets award helped with the cost, and Mango is back at home, happy and healthy.
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Murphy needed a dental cleaning with extractions, but his mom didn’t qualify for Care Credit and she couldn’t find somewhere that would let her do monthly payments. She said, “I rescued him nine years ago and he is my family. The thought of him suffering is terrible.” After Rochester Hope for Pets helped ease her burden, Murphy’s mom said, “About 10 days ago Murphy had oral surgery and lost 18 teeth! It was a rough few days after surgery, but he is feeling so much better. We appreciate your kindness and helping with the hefty bill. Cannot thank you enough.”
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“We’ve had Blanca since 12 weeks old. She is now 10 years old. About 8 months ago she got a growth on her mammary. It got big very fast. So we immediately decided, we have to do surgery. Shes been such a good dog and family member. So she had surgery, and was in pain and not moving around much for a few days. Within a week she started doing more and now, a few weeks later, shes doing amazing. When she got her staples out, we got the results from the biopsy. It was benign. We are so happy. We are so thankful for the help from Rochester Hope for Pets.”
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From Maddie’s mom: “I took Maddie in when she was approximately 5 years old. She is now 12 and needed bi-lateral patella surgery. They were only able to repair her worst knee because her blood pressure started to drop. Just having the one knee repaired has made such a difference to her! I am so grateful to everyone who helped me make her life better! It truly means so much that people care and know that pets are part of the family and being able to get them the care they need makes a difference to them and us. Thank you from Maddie and me! 🙏🏼❤️”
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