Emergency Vet Care For Lani The Greyhound After Horrific Dog Attack
- $9,058.00 donated
- 224 generous donors
Lani the greyhound has been attacked by 3 dogs and sustained multiple deep wounds requiring extensive vet care, surgery and rehabilitation.
Lani the greyhound was recently attacked by a pack of three Labrador X dogs and sustained horrific and life threatening injuries. She is in a stable condition but will require multiple surgeries, skin grafts and ongoing medical care and rehabilitation. Although her family have pet insurance this will only partly offset the cost of her care.
Jean is a very active member of the pet greyhound community and a passionate volunteer with the charity Greyhounds As Pets NZ. She is always the first to offer to help others and this is our chance to help her and her family in return.
Thank you for your support and generosity. It is greatly appreciated.
100% of the funds raised will go towards the cost of Lani's veterinary care, surgery and rehabilitation.
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Jean is a good friend who's dog was recently attacked and sustained horrific injuries. Myself and the greyhound community would like to support her and her family with the extremely large and ongoing vet bills that they are facing.
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Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Jean Wan.
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