Chapo Needs OUR help.

Chapo has a recurrent urethral prolapse. He had two previous small surgeries in which they tacked the mucosa down once and then placed a purse string the second time. The current surgery he needs is a urethral mucosal resection and anastomosis where we remove the herniated tissue and suture the penis. He also needs to be neutered as this will decrease the risk of recurrence. He has a focal thickening in his bladder which we cannot say if it is irritation of the bladder wall vs tumor but would be very strange to have a tumor this young. Severe UTI can certainly cause straining and recurrent urethral prolapse so we shall help Chapo and start his journey with us at Fur-Ever Able.


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More information about Fur-Ever Able Dog Rescue and Rehab: Our rescue is a registered charity equipped to care for neonatal puppies born with any type of special need or disability. Even though we specialize in neonatal care, please know that our rescue ultimately offers a safe haven for ANY dog or puppy with ANY type of special need or circumstance! We are family run and based out of Milton, ON. We will tend to any dog in need, provide it with all required medical care and once medically cleared, find a fur-ever home so the dog can live it's best life!

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  • Megan Gardiner 
    • $50 
    • 9 d
  • Anonymous 
    • $50 
    • 1 mo
  • Cara Hirsch 
    • $100 
    • 1 mo
  • Anonymous 
    • $50 
    • 1 mo
  • Kim Cunningham 
    • $20 
    • 1 mo

Organizer

Ashley June 
Organizer
Milton, ON
Fur-Ever Able Dog Rescue and Rehab 
Registered nonprofit
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