Meet Precious. This little dachshund is a great example of why Fur Kids Foundation was created. On disability, Precious’ family was on a very tight budget. They took Precious in because her previous owner couldn’t afford to take care of the little gal. But, when a lump started to grow on her belly, they were very worried about how they were going to take care of her.
Precious was taken to Thunder Basin Veterinary Clinic for a checkup. There, they learned that Precious had a hernia, as well as some bad teeth that were going to cause problems in the future. While Precious was sedated for the hernia procedure, Dr. Scott Worden also spayed Precious to keep her healthy for the family even longer.
We are simply thrilled to report that Precious is doing amazing, and has a long and happy life ahead of her.
We also want to give an extra special mention to Scott and Lois Worden of TBV, as they donated a lot of their time and services to go the extra mile and help this family out further. The Gillette community is simply amazing and so supportive of our mission. We could not help the families that we help without your continued support. If you would like to help Fur Kids Foundation continue to help families with animals, please consider making a tax-deductible donation. The money stays in Campbell County, Wyoming and helps families during a time when they may not be able to afford adequate veterinary care.
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