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‘Bj’ is a 3yo Staffy who mum Sarah adopted when he was just a young puppy from a breeder. He has had ongoing skin conditions and is on medication, which is very costly. During ‘Bij’s’ last check up the vet found he had a lump on his ear, sadly the lump turned out to be cancerous and very painful.

Sarah from Footscray isn’t working at the moment and has a young daughter who loves ‘Bj’ dearly. As the bills in Sarah’s life have accumulated the living situation for her family has become extremely difficult, she knows how much of a difference having a support dog means to her health.

“My pet means the world to me, he is my support dog he’s really help me through a lot and he really helps my anxiety he is my best friend I wouldn’t be able to live without him and either would my other dog and my daughter, they’re all the best of friends. I would love to get this done to get him back to his happy self.” Sarah said to PMC prior to his operation.

The Lort Smith Vets were wonderful in helping us with this case and now the loving boy is back where he belongs with his family. After a few issues with his stitches we are hopeful ‘Bj’ will make a strong recovery. Thank you to the Veterinary team at the Lort Smith and best wishes to Sarah and her family including ‘Billy’.

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5 yo Dino isn’t renown for being a fighter and has had a pretty rough start to the day.

When his disabled Mum found him in the back yard he had severe injuries and couldn’t walk. Dolovan, who is carer for his disabled mother, has seriously limited funds at the moment and things were looking very grim.

Dino has been Dolovan’s best friend and has seen him through mental health problems after his father passed away 6 years ago. Struggling with life, Dino made everything better and Dolovan is devotedly indebted to his best friend. He was devastated that their other 7yo usually placid Staffy was to blame for the attack.

After getting Dino to Essendon Fields Vets he was initially given a very poor prognosis and without treatment would certainly die.

Pet Medical Crisis was contacted and stepped in to do what we do best.

Dino was transferred to Lort Smith Animal hospital for ongoing care. The family was unable to pay for his care at Lort Smith and we thank our very kind donors who have assisted the family in paying part of the Lort Smith fees.

Sadly Dino passed away and our deepest sympathy to Dolovan

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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