This beauty is RoxAnne, a 9-year-old beagle. RoxAnne’s mom brought her to the veterinarian in Gillette, Wyoming, for an ear infection, but while they were there, they also found out that she had a bladder full of stones.
If your pup is suffering from bladder stones, they may show the following signs:
If the dog’s bladder is obstructed by bladder stones, the bladder may rupture, which isn't a good thing. A complete obstruction is potentially life threatening and requires immediate emergency treatment. A urinary obstruction will usually be recognized in a dog that is straining to urinate without producing any urine, or is only producing small squirts of urine. You can learn more about bladder stones in dogs via VCA: Struvite Bladder Stones in Dogs.
RoxAnne's mom is disabled and is on a limited income. She knew that she couldn't afford the surgery for RoxAnne better, and it was necessary; so she applied to Fur Kids Foundation for help. Luckily RoxAnne had the surgery and is feeling much better now.
Fur Kids Foundation is 100% ran by dedicated volunteers who give their time to help the Foundation raise money, take applications, and spread the word about the good work the Foundation does in Campbell County, Wyoming. If you would like to help Fur Kids Foundation continue to help local families with animals afford emergency veterinary care, please consider making a tax-deductible donation via PayPal or signing up to become a volunteer. You can see a list of those who support us on our Supporters page. Check out more Success Stories.
Created in November 2011, the Fur Kids Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides education and aid to promote the well-being of animals in Campbell County.
Your donation saves lives. It goes to work helping animals in Campbell County receive adequate veterinary care during a time when their family may not be able to afford it. Please contact the Foundation to learn more or donate now using PayPal.