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Deanne is on a pension, her one true joy is her dog named ‘ Nulla’. ‘Nulla’ is a 9-year-old Maltese cross female who has been with Deanne for her entire life and the pair are inseparable. After ‘Nulla’ was diagnosed with severe dental issues that needed to be dealt with as soon as possible, Deanne tried to raise the money to pay for the surgery using a GoFundme
Account, but with the disasters of the bushfires and the Covid-19 virus money was had to come by. After finding Pet Medical Crisis Deanne applied to receive some assistance to help her best friend and support dog.

“I have had Nulla since she was a puppy she is now 9 years old. Nulla and I have a strong bond and are dependent upon each other. I love Nulla” Deanne told our team.

Thanks to the help from the great unit at Murray River Animal hospital Deanne was able to get her little girl some much-needed help. PMC managed the case and made very sure ‘Nulla’ had the best experience possible after she had had some very hard times with vets in the past.

Deanne told us she “Would not have been able to pay for ‘Nulla’s’ surgery and the only other option would have been to say goodbye to her. So the gift from Pet Medical Crisis is the best and will never be forgotten.”

PMC is delighted to have been able to help this loving pair reunite and we hope they have many more years together. Thanks to Ruth and all involved in this case.

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A 10yo ‘Shihtzu’ dog called Fizz Gig has been suffering badly from severe dental issues. His mum Samara tried desperately to save enough money to afford the surgery needed to help the little guy, but being a single mum on a pension it is almost impossible to pay for living expenses let alone costly bills to save her boy. Samara has two kids and one of the kids needs medical support, which also adds up quickly. Samara exhausted all other avenues of funding and did not received any relief from the Government that was promised due to Covid19 and is feeling very despondent about the situation.

After noticing her little boy wasn’t eating and seeming out of sorts she got him to her local vet at Bellarine Vet in Drysdale who diagnosed his teeth. After realising she didn’t have enough money saved she contacted us at PMC for help managing the case.

“He is our everything. Such an amazing loyal beautiful friendly gentle boy. We love him to the moon and back. My kids have no one but me and fizz gig! Please help us help him.” Samara wrote to PMC.

With the great help from the team at Bellarine Vet they were able to fix the dental problems the happy little boy had and much to relief of the family got him home safe and sound.Thanks to all involved we all wish for ‘Fizz Gig’ to go on for many more years to come.

‘Roxie’ was a birthday gift for Emma from Lalor, her favorite birthday gift ever. That is six years ago now and the Kelpie cross is still full of energy even though she only has three legs. Emma’s kids adore the bubbly girl especially her eldest boy Jake who would be lost without his furry sister. The mid-sized dog swears she’s a lap dog and always looks for a comfortable spot, often the nearest lap or ledge.

We don’t know what we would without Roxie we love her so much and she makes a world of difference to the family. She still crazy even on her three legs!” Laughed the relied Emma.

But then one day Emma noticed that ’Roxie’s’ face had started to swell rapidly and she was in a great deal of pain. Getting ‘Roxie’ to the vet as quickly as she could they soon realised that there was a huge issue with her teeth. Without all the funds needed for the surgery, the single parent was directed to PMC for assistance. PMC took management of the case and kicked in the rest of the money also. ‘Roxie’ is now safe and sound back with her team climbing from lap to lap once more.

A big thanks to the crew at Whittlesea vet practice for your great work.

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May 23rd, 2019 8:00am

Pensioner Debbie B contacted PMC through our website’s Need Help application form: 

“I am on a pension and have already paid around $4,000 in vet fees to care for my cats. Stains the one I need help with has dental problems and been taken to emergency 3 times at Lort Smith Animal Hospital. They have told me I am looking at $1100 to do a full dental extraction.  My cat is my lifeline I love him so much and can’t bear to see him sick. Can you please help me as I am so distressed at the thought of him being in pain and not being able to help him. Please help”

Pet Medical Crisis were pleased to liaise with Southern Animal Health’s Dr Marcus Hayes who discounted Stains surgery by 50%.  With Debbie paying for diagnostics PMC were able to donate $550 to see this sweetheart well again and home to support his Mum as her life-line.

Rest and heal sweetheart… Love from all your friends at PMC xxxxooooxxxx

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May 22nd, 2019 8:00am

The following letter for one very special Mum fit the bill perfectly for Pet Medical Crisis to swing into action.

Lending a helping hand to get 12yo Eddy his much needed veterinary care, took the financial strain off the family and meant the world to single Mum Kerstin and her disabled daughter.

Castlemaine Vet nurse Jade and vet Dr Yvette Berkeley were the heroes who bought Pet Medical Crisis and this loving family together.

Rest and heal sweetheart… Love from all your friends at PMC xxxxooooxxxx

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