Rebekah has had some very tough and traumatic times in her life. The one thing that has truly helped her is her favourite thing a staffy boy named ‘BJ’. ‘BJ’ is a kind lovely dog that has made Rebekah’s life so much better. Suffering from PTSD is always a challenge to say the very least, so having her wonderful little boy to calm her has been critical for the mental wellbeing of Rebekah.
Rebekah noticed her boy ‘BJ’ was limping heavily and was in a great deal of distress and pain and rushed him to the local vets for diagnosis. After hearing that ‘BJ’ had what appeared to be a Ruptured Cruciate Ligament which would cost between $3000-$5000 she knew she was in trouble. Knowing that there was no possible way she could afford the much-needed surgery Rebekah reached out for the help of Pet Medical Crisis.
After PMC assessed the case we went to our dear friends at Southern Animal Health to get a second quote, and, as usual they offered a far better price strictly to help the charity.
“I can not imagine my life without him in it. If I had to put him to sleep because I couldn’t find the money then it would break my heart. Words cannot express the pain I would feel if he was gone.” Rebekah shared with us and we feel the same about our pets.
Once Marcus and the gang at SAH got ‘BJ’ in for the surgery Rebekah felt a huge amount of relief and stress lift off her shoulders. ‘BJ’ has now been sent home as he recovers well and continues to help his mum feel better on a daily basis.
Dogs make such a huge difference in our lives and are often necessary to human health and well being. PMC are so please we could help Rebekah save her little buddy and we are so very thankful for the great-continued work from SAH.
Pet Medical Crisis relies on public donations to assist pensioners and disadvantaged owners who cannot afford life-saving veterinary care.