Hurricane is a one year old Pit Bull Terrier whose mom is on disability. Hurricane came to us very sick, with vomiting, bloody diarrhea and lethargy. Our vet diagnosed him with a life threatening case of parvovirus, and we started treatment immediately. Several days later Hurricane was out of the danger zone, and is now back at home doing well. We were able to supplement Hurricane’s care with donations from our Keeping Pets and People Together fund, and set his mom up with affordable payments that fit her budget for the remaining amount. Thank you to our donors for helping this sweet boy make it back home to his family!
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