Help Lola to walk
We rescued Lola from being putting to sleep due to being disabled and unable to walk as her ulna bones in her legs are abnormal shaped which meant her elbows were dislocated. Lola walked with her chest to the floor and shuffled along to get around. Lola had extensive surgery to help her to walk at the end of July, she will never be totally normal but will walk better and live a happy life. She really deserves this.
The surgery was very expensive, so we have been doing fundraising on just giving , doing boot sales and also have set up a tshirt, hoodie and phone case campaign on www.fabrily.com/stores/lolaslegs , my nice Jordan Drew a picture of Lola and we had the design out on these tshirts/hoodies and phone cases. He sales have gone well on these goods with people all over the world supporting Lola's cause.
We are also in the process of having dog bandanas designed to sell with the profits also going to Lola's cause.
we have done quite well with so far, but Lola's treatment is ongoing and now she needs physiotherapy and hydrotherapy a few times a week to improve her muscle and range of movement. Lola can't put weight on legs yet and has a lot of physiotherapy and hydrotherapy to help her get to a stage where she can weight bear.
Lola is worth every penny donated to her cause and if we exceed our final target of £7000 anything over that will be donated to another animal in need.
Lola has proved very popular on her social media sites,we always post photos and video for her supporters to follow her progress and her long long road, they all can't wait to see her walk like a normal puppy
If you would like to follow Lola:
facebook.....lolas legs-french bulldog
all donations will be greatly received and very much appreciated.
help Lola walk xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Lola is not going to improve much more. In time she may need her elbows fused to correct her back and neck posture but meaning her legs will be straight at all times. Lola's back legs have a luxating patella too so also in time Lola May need surgery to her hind legs. To make walks easier for Lola she will need from wheels made. Lola's care and treatment is ongoing