We need your help! Ali needs surgery right away!
Ali is a retired police service dog. His owner, a retired police officer, sadly developed dementia and surrendered Ali to a kill facility by mistake. Just in time, a kind young couple saw and immediately fell in love with this special fella. They took this 9 year old into their young family. Overnight Ali developed a baseball size lump on his cheek. Urgent medical attention was needed, but unaffordable by the young couple, who quickly searched for assistance to help this noble service dog. ARWNY Akita-SOS immediately responded, approving over $1200 dollars in urgent procedures. Thankfully cancer was ruled out, but the lump was filled with infection. Draining it gave immediate relief from the pain and Ali began to eat and smile again. Despite treatment with antibiotics, the infection continues to drain and the vet has said there is no option but to have ear canal surgery -- Ali may loose his ear canal, but it is the only way to drain the fluid and get him 100% better.
Ali gave a life of service and now he needs us to give. His new family adore him and want his last years to be happy and pain free, with them...We are so grateful to them for their love of Ali.
Surgery will be $1230...
Please give what you can for the surgery. Every dollar helps us to help Ali!!
PLEASE PREVENT THE NEED
ARWNY's AKITA-S.O.S. -- THE TIME IS NOW!!
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