Weber was diagnosed with a mast cell tumor and we need your help with making his surgery happen so that we can get him on the road to recovery. With the current situation we are all dealing with, it has put me in a position where it is not financially possible for me to do this on my own.
Weber is an extremely special guy and has remained playful and loving and has a lot of love and life left ahead of him. He has been on many adventures with me and we look forward to even more. He is a Weimaraner and his birthday is coming up on 10/26. He will be 14, but you would never know it by being around him and watching him play and interact. He loves to play tug of war with his sister, Willow. She is also a Weim and keeps him young! They cuddle and snuggle up with each other for naps throughout the day. Weber means the world to me and to Willow.
I greatly appreciate any help that you are able to give, as it only gets us closer to getting him the surgery he needs. Please also share this in hopes that it reaches enough people to make it possible. Thank you so much, my appreciation really goes beyond words.
The breakdown of costs for surgery are listed below:
Pre-op blood work - $87.00
IV Catheter - $23.00
IV Fluids $23.00-$46.00
Anesthesia Induction - $35.00
Growth Removal w/Laser - $171.00-$900.00
OR Usage & Material - $64.00
Antibiotic Injections - $35.00-$45.00
Pain Medication Injections - $41.00-$60.00
Antibiotics to go home - $22.00-$80.00
Pain Medication to go home - $30.00-$80.00
Bio-Hazard Waste Disposal - $12.00
Biopsy - $250.00
Weber is a big guy, weighing in around 90 pounds. He is also a senior, so his anesthesia plan will need to be well thought out and carefully executed.
Any donations that exceed the cost of Weber’s surgery and recovery will be donated to the National Canine Cancer Foundation - NCCF
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