Brandon Lee's Dog Attack Assistance

$250 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 11 people in 6 days
Annie Cowan Brown  CENTERVILLE, AR
On Thursday, April 6, 2017 my 23 year old son Brandon Lee VanCleaf came over to my home to help me. I am disabled veteran and he helps me out with chores and things. His truck got stuck in front of my home and he walked to a neighbors home for assistance.  As he passed a neighbor's home a pitbull ran out of an open door of the home to attack him,  it was quickly followed by 4 other pitbulls.  After about 15 minutes of a brutal attack, Brandon's friend Charity heard the screaming and ran up the street to help Brandon fend off the attack. Charity beat the dogs off of Brandon with a stick and for an hour the two of them staved off the brutal attack. After an hour of fighting, Charity was able to break away and run back to my home where I followed her to the attack site and shot two of the pitbulls. The other three pit bulls were captured by the owner and contained. Charity and another neighbor phoned an ambulance and Bradon was taken to the Yell County Sheriffs Department and life flighted to the University of Arkansas Medical Science Center. He was there for a few days and then transferred to a smaller hospital due to our lack of insurance. We have been released early from the hospital because of our financial situation and desperately need help for bandages and other things to help keep Brandon's wounds clean. Any help that you can give us would be greatly appreciated. We never thought that we would end up in a situation like this. Its unimaginable!

Thank you for your help.
Charles Dobbs
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Update 1
Posted by Annie Cowan Brown
2 days ago
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Brandon is doing ok. Pain,swelling,numbness in hands and arm's. Serious open wounds. But no infection. So he's ok. But in serious need of financial support. We were Not prepared for this. God Bless You.
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Charles Dobbs
11 hours ago

Brandon is ok.worried about the swelling and redness in his right leg. No fever though. His positive attitude is just indescribable. TG. Bless You All.

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Charles Dobbs
3 days ago

Thank You All. God Bless You.

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Kathryn Dunigan
6 days ago

SUE these damn pit owners! Stop letting them get away with it! http://www.dogsbite.org/dog-bite-attorney-directory.php www.dogbitelaw.com

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Charles Dobbs
6 days ago

Thank you Annie Brown for helping us set up Brandon Go fund me page. And God Bless Everyone.

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$250 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 11 people in 6 days
Created April 19, 2017
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Susan Stephens
6 days ago
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I am so sorry for all your son has been through. What a horrendous ordeal. Thank God he was not alone . I hope he's feeling better soon.

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S.J. Martin
6 days ago
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I'm sorry for your pain and suffering.

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Anonymous
6 days ago
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DJuana Flowers
2 days ago
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JH
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Jeannie Hancock
3 days ago
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Praying for your healing

GR
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gina rose
3 days ago
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Hope you get well soon.

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Jaime Dial
6 days ago
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In memory of Quinn.

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Anonymous
6 days ago
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$25
Anonymous
6 days ago
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Anonymous
6 days ago
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Charles Dobbs
11 hours ago

Brandon is ok.worried about the swelling and redness in his right leg. No fever though. His positive attitude is just indescribable. TG. Bless You All.

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Charles Dobbs
3 days ago

Thank You All. God Bless You.

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Kathryn Dunigan
6 days ago

SUE these damn pit owners! Stop letting them get away with it! http://www.dogsbite.org/dog-bite-attorney-directory.php www.dogbitelaw.com

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Charles Dobbs
6 days ago

Thank you Annie Brown for helping us set up Brandon Go fund me page. And God Bless Everyone.

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