Phoebe came to us with a badly broken leg and her owner couldn't afford treatment. Phoebe's had her surgery to save her leg but she's still got a long road ahead. She needs our help, and we need your help to cover the bills!
Phoebe needs your help. Last year Phoebe suffered a terrible injury which caused damage to her leg. Her owner unable to cope with the costs and care transferred her to the sanctuary.
Since then Phoebe has had surgery and treatments to repair the damage and is currently recovering slowly in a foster home who we are happy to say have falling in love with her.
Her recovery is slow but she is recovering, right now though we need to cover her bills for her surgery and treatments. We don't have all the full bills yet - but we know we are looking at over TWO THOUSAND pounds.
She's little more than a puppy with her whole life ahead of her now, thanks to the vet care. We couldn't turn her away when she needed help, but we can't pull this money out of nowhere either.
We will share more of her story soon when she's had her next check up with the vet, but if you can help towards this beautiful pups costs we would really appreciate it.
You can give direct to her ongoing vet bills here via just Giving
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