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Rosier Days is committed to helping senior and special medical need dogs by giving them a second chance when they are being overlooked by others.

We rely on our wonderful supporters to be able to commit to these dogs as medical bills can add up quickly.
The dogs below require extra care- medical or sometimes behavioural.

These dogs may be in pallative care, or dogs that will be in care a bit longer than usual as we address their needs. 

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LIZZY

We would like to introduce you to a very special lady. Lizzy (AKA Bambi, as her foster mom calls her) arrived in care this summer with the help of our rescue partners. This old girl, who is about 12, has a sweet demeanor towards people and dogs. For a large dog like her, these are considered her final years.

After multiple vet visits, Bambi has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism, spondylosis, ununited anconeal process in her front elbow, and arthritis throughout. She also experiences geriatric separation anxiety. 

We have been able to limit her pain and keep her as healthy and happy as we possibly can.  She will remain in Rosier Days’ care as a palliative care foster dog, and will live out her life with her loving foster family who offers a safe and senior-dog-knowledgeable home.

We are asking for your support to help ensure Bambi receives the medical treatment she needs to stay happy for the rest of her days. She requires a handful of daily medications and Metacam for additional pain management.

Please donate to support Bambi and other palliative care dogs like her who deserve the best out of the time they have left. 

To donate:

E-transfer: info@rosierdays.com

Paypal: https://bit.ly/3p2sXfu

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UPDATE:

Luke has had his first surgery and is working on his recovery at his dedicated foster home. Once he is feeling better, he will have a second surgery on his other hip.

LUKE

Sweet Luke is asking for your support!

When Luke arrived into care it was noticed that his back end was quite sore. He had a funny way of walking and would get quite worried about being picked up.

After a visit to our vet and some X-rays, it was clear that a visit to a hip specialist was needed. We were told that they had never seen damaged hips quite as bad as poor Luke’s. We suspect he may have gotten hit by a car which has now caused some serious deterioration of the femoral head in both hips.

You would never know that things were so bad to look at him - he has a real zest for life and loves to walk, run and play. He loves all humans and is incredibly food motivated.

We have been quoted about $5000 for his surgery and we are urgently asking for help with this medical bill to have this procedure done as soon as possible. RDDR is dedicated to helping this sweet guy get the care he needs.

 

To donate:

E-transfer: info@rosierdays.com

Paypal: https://bit.ly/3p2sXfu

U.S. friends can donate via Paypal with our email address: info@rosierdays.com

YYC can also donate their bottles and cans via Skip the Depot: https://app.skipthedepot.com/rosierdays

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WINNIE

Winnie is a very sweet, calm and gentle soul. When she arrived into our care it was discovered that she was in heat, heartworm positive and needed a dental. 

You can tell from the scars all over her body that she has been through a lot in her time. It's evident she has mad many litters of puppies and we think it's now time for Winnie to focus on herself and live her best life. 

So far, Winnie has started her heartworm treatment and has recently recovered from her spay. She will going in for her dental as soon as the vet gives us the thumbs up to do so!

Please consider donating to Winnies care. 

To donate:

E-transfer: info@rosierdays.com

Paypal: https://bit.ly/3p2sXfu

U.S. friends can donate via Paypal with our email address: info@rosierdays.com

YYC can also donate their bottles and cans via Skip the Depot: https://app.skipthedepot.com/rosierdays

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JOHNNY

Johnny came to us from a high-kill shelter where they estimated that he was about 15 years old. We think Johnny is a younger senior who was just in poor medical shape. Johnny had a severe infection in his mouth which resulted in fistulas (holes) in his mouth. He would drag his face along the ground as he was so uncomfortable. We sent Johnny for surgery, but his blood work still showed infection after antibiotics. Johnny saw a diagnostic specialist and the Doctor believed there was still an issue in his mouth. Johnny will now be seeing a Oral Surgeon to see what can be done to help Johnny feel tip top again. 

Please consider donating to Johnny's care. 

To donate:

E-transfer: info@rosierdays.com

Paypal: https://bit.ly/3p2sXfu

U.S. friends can donate via Paypal with our email address: info@rosierdays.com

YYC can also donate their bottles and cans via Skip the Depot: https://app.skipthedepot.com/rosierdays