ADI, OUR FIRST & REASON OF PP START UP - SHE IS OUR ANGEL!

The runt of his litter, Adicus was born in November 2011 and went  home with his furever family in January 2012. Almost immediately, subtle  signs of impaired vision could be noticed—not the least of them, a blue  glint in his eyes that would grow to be a feature characteristic. Over  the years, symptoms of deteriorating vision progressed enough to  properly diagnose core issues in Adi’s corneas in July 2016. Adi’s  family immediately appealed to the Instagram community for help,  encouraged that with the right diagnosis, they might be able to help  their beloved paw pal see better for the rest of his life. Through  Instagram, @adiblueeyes found friends and family the world over who  rallied to help him see again, and he underwent surgery in May 2017.  While cataracts and opacity are still present in his eyes, Adi is seeing  better than he ever has. His newfound community was (and is)  instrumental in Adi’s journey to seeing again, and preserving this new  gift of sharpened sight for the long haul.
Now five months after a bilateral keratectomy and removal of a benign mass in his left eye, Adi is adjusting to a life of clearer sight. He still has some corneal opacity, but is much more adventurous and explores his beloved outdoors with more tenacity and agility. He is able to play with his brother and meet new human and fur friends without being quite so intimidated, now that he can see better—in fact, we have to keep our eyes on him now that he is more comfortable taking more risks! Our precious boy turns six next month and we are so grateful for his new lease on life and for Paw Philanthropy’s support to help Adi see. 

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CURRENTLY HELPING AND SEEKING DONATIONS

TEDDY BEAR

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Teddy Bear is a 9 month old boxer, bulldog and pit bull mix adopted by his family when he was 3 months old. He’s very friendly, sweet, playful and loves people and other animals. Unfortunately he began having unexplained seizures at 7 months old and when he had his last one, he began having cluster seizures requiring anticonvulsant medication. .

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Teddy needs several tests, a MRI and spinal tab to figure out what is causing his seizures. His pawrents can’t afford those tests right now. 

Paw philanthropy is helping Teddy and you can help him too by donating in his name.

DOGS THAT WE HAVE HELPED

CAINE – SALIVARY GLANDS

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PHOEBE – SPINAL LESION

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BUNNY – DEFORMED HEART VALVE

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CHARLOTE - CHRONIC UTI

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JAXON - CANCEROUS MASS BACK TOE

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KHALESSI – ACUTE HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA

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STELLA - ACUTE CERVICAL SPINE INJURY

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QUILL – TORN MENISCUS

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MILOU - SEVERE PULMONIC STENOSIS

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DELILAH - LEG INJURY

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ROSCOE - ACL INJURY

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ESCO - KNEE CAP SURGERY

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SAMMY - CANCEROUS LESSION

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WINSTON - TUMOR

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BODIE - LEG AMPUTATION

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TRAMP - THROAT SURGERY

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BELLA - LIVER BIOPSY

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CAINE - MOUTH MASS REMOVAL

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FIONA - TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT

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OSCAR –LYMPHOMA/ CHEMOTHERAPY

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ACE - SPINAL CANCER

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REBEL – TORN ACL BACK LEG

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LEMON AND LULU - MEDICAL EMERGENCY

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BENTLEY - IDIOPATHIC CHYLOTHORAX

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JACK - THYROID NODULES

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SHOPIA - EPILEPSY & SEIZURES/MRI SPINAL TAP

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HAILEY - RADIATION TREATMENTS

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BUTTERBALL - KNEE SURGERY

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HUCK - IMHA ANEMIA

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PACINO - KNEE SURGERY

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DUDE - KNEE SURGERY

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KALI - LIVER MASS

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WINKY - TUMOR

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BOGART - KIDNEY ISSUES

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KAISER -BROKEN HIP AND LEGS

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COQUI - BLADDER STONES

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MILO - DIABETIC CATARACTS SURGERY

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TAZ - ACL SURGERY

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MAISIE - CHEMOTHERAPY SUPPORT

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STAR

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TYR'S - HAD HIP SURGERY

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