Heartworm Positive Lord Palmerston

$265 of $800 goal

Raised by 5 people in 5 months
Lord Palmerston is our first heartworm positive rescue dog for 2019. He is a tri-color and white American Field bred English Setter. Thanks to Pilots N Paws volunteer Kerry, and Anne and Sissy in Kentucky, he was flown into the Chicago area on 2-18-2019.

We can assume he also has tick borne disease and we are raising money to help get his blood work done to confirm. He has already started treatment in our heartworm slow kill program and so far is starting to feel better in foster care. Palmer came in about 7lbs underweight so he has also suffered from additional neglect but we are hopeful now that he will put on weight slowly now that he is being cared for properly. With our new heartworm slow kill program --he may be clear of adult heartworms in 6-8 months but surely under a year. If he has tick borne disease, he will need an educated committed adopter as that is a lifelong issue.

He is such a beautiful dog with so much potential and we are very hopeful he will make a great recovery. Here is his Facebook Album  that we will update while he is in foster care.

We hope we can raise some much needed $$ for his care.
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$265 of $800 goal

Raised by 5 people in 5 months
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