K9 Cancer research grant - Fiona

The second week in May 2015, Fiona was diagnosed with terminal bladder cancer. She just turned 9. Her agility career is huge. Multiple national titles in 4 different venues. Lifetime achievement awards in all venues. Nationals placements - multiple times. Hosted a national TV show on dog agility. Extremely talented in the sport of agility. 

Each year for her birthday we host an agility fun run for rescues. She came from a rescue!  This year, because she has not only stayed alive but also added to her accolades, we wanted to present to Purdue University Small Animal Cancer Center (West Lafayette IN),  who has kept her alive and thriving, a small grant to help with their research.   Dr. Knapp heads this nationally known  department. Our goal is to help these wonderful people find a way to stop this terminal disease for other dogs. 

If you can attend her Birthday Bash, fantastic!!  If not, please donate to a school that is redefining K9 cancer. 

The goal is set low but the need is very high. Please donate. 

Cantact me if you have questions.  And this is NOT for Fiona's treatment - it's for Purdue to find a cure.
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Nick Sparks 
Nashville, TN
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