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$1010 Raised
$2122

Fundraiser Donors

  1. Rick Ellery
    $125
  2. Ken Miller
    $125
  3. Susanne Heinz
    $120
  4. Ada
    $100
  5. Aman Khattra
    $100
  6. Anony Mouse
    $100
  7. Trent and Rhea
    $60
  8. Memory of my beautiful molsen
    $60
  9. Kasey B
    $55
  10. Kristen Glenn
    $50
  11. Dre Sidhu
    $40
  12. Jackson's Mom
    $35
  13. Ms. Hadil 'Heddy' Fonouni
    $25
  14. Alyssa
    $10
  15. Kasey B
    $5

Medical Emergency Fund Page for Luke

Luke is a sweet ten-month-old Lab puppy who needs his leg amputated after he fell out of the back of an open truck. He was rushed to emergency care where he was surrendered so he can get the urgent medical care he needs.

The damage to Luke’s little leg is so severe that surgery to save it is not possible. His leg was splintered, but unfortunately, it was not able to heal. He also suffered road rash as well as a laceration near his groin area for hitting the pavement. Luke was underweight and having trouble eating due to the pain he was in. That’s a lot for this boy to go through!

Luke’s pain is being managed with medication before and after he goes in for his amputation surgery followed by ongoing care and rehab to help him adjust to life as a tripod! He has an excellent chance of living a happy normal life once he is healed and able to run around as a puppy should.

Luke is your typical lab, he has tons of energy and has lots of love to give! He was a bit fearful initially of his new surroundings, but with lots of love and scratches, it took him no time to come around. He makes sure to say hi to everyone who crosses his path and has such a happy personality.

He has about four weeks of recovery after his amputation and neuter surgeries before he is able to find a loving furever home.

Will you help sweet Luke by donating to his medical care?

Personal updates for Luke will be provided to anyone who donates to his campaign.

*Goal includes: surgery, medication, treatment, regular health check, and daily care for Luke until he’s ready for adoption. If his medical costs and cost of care is less than is raised in his name, additional funds will provide care for other animals.