Just a couple days ago on Saturday March 3rd, Cooper had gotten out of the house and ran out onto the road and unfortunatley got hit by an oncoming car. At this moment he is alive and the vets are doing their best to keep him stabilized. The doctors perfomed many procedures on Cooper that night, including surgery to repair his leg. We are a family with 6 kids who love our sweet pup. He is the heart of our family and we are torn over the emotional and financial stress this has caused us. And Cooper's sister doggy has been wandering the house each day looking for him. We are keeping optimistic about his recovery and are praying for a good outcome. The worst case scenerio could cause him to lose his leg or the use of it but at this point we are hoping we can focus on his recovering stage.
The surgery itself was quite costly, along with all the xrays and ultrasounds. It is $500 a day just for the Animal Hospital to keep him over night and monitor his vitals, plus additional costs for medication and pain killers. From the animal hospital we're looking at a total of over $7000. The vet who is taking care of our litte guy says this will be a long process and he will need daily bandage changing, physio therapy, weekly check ups and special medication. Adding more bills to this stressful situation.
We would be so grateful to anyone who could help us out with the financial stress. We are in no way in a financial shape to carry these costs but Cooper means more to our family than you can imagine. If you know of anyone that may be able to help please Share.
If you would like to see more pics of our little guy you can check out his instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/lifeofcooops/
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