Tank is an active, athletic 3-year-old American bully/old English bully cross who means everything to her loving family.
My son was born with only half a heart and has had three open heart surgeries and a stroke all before he was two and a half years old. Tank lets us know when he is off and helps keep him calm when his brain can’t handle his environment. Though she is not a registered therapy dog, she is my son’s therapy dog and his protector.Julie, Tank’s loving guardian
When Tank injured her left leg, her owner Julie was told that she would need emergency knee surgery to fix the injury, costing $4,000; an amount she knew their struggling family could not afford.
My husband was laid off in August 2019 and due to COVID-19 he has only just gone back to work. I have also been out of work since February, as I teach first aid and have to be very careful with our high risk son. We have depleted our savings and that makes this $4000+ surgery an impossibility without some help. My boys are doing a bottle drive and I am drumming up some sales from my knitting and crochet hobby, but without help from organizations like yours we will be unable to get the surgery done for a long time, and she would be in pain without it.
That’s where our McVitie Fund comes in. It is only because of generous supporters like you, that we are able to help Julie and Tank.
We are determined to keep loving, loyal Tank with her family. Can you help Tank by contributing towards the cost of her surgery?