WHAT DOES BECOME OF THE BROKEN HEARTED?





UPDATED 28/06/16

In 2015 saved six puppies with broken hearts and their life saving operations cost approximately £9,000. Then Ace arrived and also needed help. He has a different problem to the other pups - he has a hole in the heart. The specialist decided that an operation was too risky and that he should be monitored every 9 months which we will do until he is adopted.

However, as you can see we are still needing funds to cover the other pup's operations and then Helen and Heather arrived. They have Tricuspid Valve Dysplasia which is a congenital heart defect. There is no routine surgery that can be done for this condition and we are seeking specialist advice to see what can be done. Operations will run into thousands of pounds (which has not been included in the thermometer) and if this is not an option then these girls will have to be on medication to help them for as long as possible so donations are really vital.

If you would like to help our Broken Heart Fund please donate - thank you.




These are the puppies whose lives have been saved by the Broken Heart Fund or who have seen a specialist to see if anything can be done in 2015/2016.

Helen
HELEN
HeatherHEATHERAce
ACE

FIZZ

ROLDEER
Skinny
SKINNY

TWINKLE
Snowdrop
SNOWDROP

RIBBON

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