Our families are special to us. We celebrate each and every dog cured and sent home with their families for more years of life and love.
Recovery and wellness for canine companions is the goal–take a look at the little ones celebrating both, and how they got there.
*Please note: securing care is contingent on the assessment of circumstances, need, and the ability to meet requirements set forth by both veterinarian and foundation. Plans for securing care may vary. All applicants are required to make a monetary contribution.
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Rosie was chasing a raccoon and jumped off the stairs and landed on her leg breaking her femur.
From Rosie’s family: “Thank you so much! I can’t express how much I appreciate all you have done! You are a super hero!” TBFMD award: $1000 at Perry Hall Animal Hospital.
From Dr. Klimovitz of Perry Hall: “I wanted to thank you for helping Rosie and family – she did great!! Here is what you helped make happen ??…”
Vet Team: Perry Hall Animal Hospital
TBFMD Award: $1000
Honey had a lesion/tumor on her eyelid that is causing a lot of discomfort/discharge. The vet recommended removing it sooner rather than later to prevent further issues that will occur as it continued to grow.
Vet Team: Mid-Atlantic Veterinary Clinic
TBFMD Award: $511.11
She had a really big cyst in the middle of her tail and a small mass under it.
Vet Team: Middletown Animal Hospital
TBFMD award: $353.00
Kai had tumor removal and spay at Academy Animal Hospital and is feeling better already.
Vet Team: Academy Animal Hospital
TBFMD award: $249.90
Little Man Schultz
Words from the owner, Sherry: “I can’t thank you enough for helping with my boy’s care. You’re an absolute Godsend.”
We helped his family through a traumatic injury…he was attacked by another dog, was losing a lot of blood, and needed extensive stitching up across his chest.
Vet Team: Everhart Veterinary Hospital
TBFMD award: $490