Save Mo: This pup needs surgery
Hi! I've created this GoFundMe on behalf of my friend Ashley. She and her family have fallen on some hard times and may need to make some difficult decisions. I want to see if maybe her friends and family can make that a little easier on her.
Everyone meet Mo. He may be small, but he has a big heart filled with a lot of love. He's been with Ashley and her family for about a decade, and now he is in need.
This week, Ashley noticed that Mo was having "accidents". Like a good dog mom, she brought him to the vet right away, only to discover he has two large stones in his bladder.
The vet has given Mo two options. Either he'll need to go under for surgery, or he will need to be put to sleep. Surgery would cost about $1,500, but due to other unforseen medical expenses in Ashley's family this week, she won't have enough.
This mother of three works so hard for her whole family, and I've watched her break down because Mo is part of her family, and she feels she can't help him.
He is currenty on pain meds and antibiotics, but Ashley will need to make a choice soon. I don't want her to have to make that decision. I don't know how long until she needs to decide, but if we can fund Mo's surgery as soon as possible, I know it will be a huge weight off of her shoulders.
Please help me help this sweet pooch.
This will be my last update for this campaign. Ashley shared this today:
"It's official, Mojo no longer needs to wear the cone of shame. Everything healed up beautifully, and according to the vet, Mojo will live well in to his teens. He will be on a special diet for those years, but hopefully we won't be dealing with anymore stones. Thank you everyone who helped contribute to keeping this guy alive. He has a new pep in his step, and is getting loved on even more by all of us."
You guys did it. You saved Mo. Thank you all so much for your support <3
The vet is running a biopsy on one of the stones to help determine how to prevent them in the future. For now they've got him on a special diet, and hopefully Ashley will get the results back soon.
In the meantime, little Mo is back with his family and on the road to recovery.
Thank you all so much for giving this pup a chance. It's up to him and the vet now. Let's hope he comes through with flying colors!
Thank you for your support! ❤