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Franky is a 38-year-old single father; much like many single parents, he finds the costs of living sometimes beyond his means. Living in Maryborough with his 5-year-old daughter Esther the pair of them love their dogs dearly, two blue heelers named ‘Chachi’ and ‘Joanie’. ‘Joanie’ the eldest of the two pups is now 7.

She is the closest thing that young Esther has to a Mum,” Franky said through tears after being awake all night worried sick, “I feel like it’s my fault and I should have acted earlier but I didn’t have the money.”

Franky didn’t have the money to have ‘Joanie’ Desexed and she developed a life-threatening infection in her uterus that needed urgent surgery. The family is now back together thanks to some quick work from Team PMC managing the case from the get-go, and of course, the Maryborough vet clinic Led by Dr. Joel. Esther is one happy little girl again. Hopefully, we can spread this story out so others understand why it is so important for your dogs’ health to be de-sexed but also vital for the community.

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‘Queen’ is a 3-year-old assistance dog for Rebecca and her family, in particular her beautiful little 2-year-old granddaughter Mercadies. Mercadies loves to pat and stroke the loving dog’s ears which calms and keeps her happy. Mercadies has two older sisters Brittany and Selina (who has been diagnosed with ADHD) who ‘Queen’ also loves and cares for.
‘Queen’ managed to badly tear open her leg on some sheet metal that the family, who is on a disability pension were unable to afford.

“Queen’ isn’t just a pet to us she has been part of our family since the day she was born. She has helped us through all the hard times and has stayed by our side” said Rebecca. “I thank Fur Life vet in Epsom, Kate Watts’ clinic coordinator and Pet Medical Crisis for helping us get Queen’s leg fixed. I don’t know what I would have done without their help”.
‘Queen’ is back home having more cuddles and ear rubs – just where she belongs!

Pet Medical Crisis relies on public donations to assist pensioners and disadvantaged owners who cannot afford life-saving veterinary care.

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Jo Hall, Channel 9 News

Pet Medical Crisis relies on public donations to assist pensioners and disadvantaged owners who cannot afford life-saving veterinary care.

Jo Hall (@Jo_Hall9) · Twitter

May 17th, 2019 11:56pm

Thanks Jo Hall.  Love from all your friends at PMC.

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