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$2380 Raised
$2948

Fundraiser Donors

  1. Keith Bagnell
    $750
  2. Kitven Lee
    $200
  3. Mrs. Patricia 'Patty' A. Mason
    $200
  4. Janny Tran
    $150
  5. Mini C
    $120
  6. Dreena Lindstrom
    $120
  7. Ms. Barbara 'Barb' A Sharp
    $120
  8. Tiko
    $100
  9. Kam
    $60
  10. Farhaan Bhojani
    $60
  11. Ms. Ying Chao
    $60
  12. Short Family
    $50
  13. Ken Chan
    $40
  14. Gitanshi Papneja
    $35
  15. Katie
    $35
  16. Parisa
    $35
  17. Cassandra Schwarz
    $35
  18. Boer
    $35
  19. Carol
    $35
  20. Nooshie A.
    $25
  21. Carmela Clare
    $25
  22. Nooshie A.
    $25
  23. Ann Robertson
    $20
  24. Jacquelyn Block
    $20
  25. CHEN YUNG-WEN
    $10
  26. Duane Donald
    $10
  27. Shaun Duret
    $5

Medical Emergency Fund for Woody

11-month-old pup, Woody, was suffering with a leg injury that was left untreated for far too long. 

As a young pup, Woody suffered a fracture in his leg that healed very poorly, causing him to have a deformed leg. Thankfully, someone recognized the terrible state he was in and reached out to the BC SPCA for help. Once under the care of his dedicated medical team, they decided the best course of action for Woody's old injury was to remove the leg. Woody's surgery was a success but sadly, the poor pup could not catch a break and developed and infection. The sweet boy has been treated for the last few weeks and is working on healing from his ordeal.

Despite the pain and neglect he has experienced, Woody is the happiest, most easy-going dog. He is now in a foster home recovering where he has cat, dog, and kids to keep him company. He is so grateful to have proper love and care. Will you share your kindness with this loving pup to help him feel better? 

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

*Goal includes: Amputation surgery, medications, x-rays, and daily care for Woody until he is ready for adoption. If funds raised go above and beyond the needs of Woody, your kind gift will help the next animal who needs urgent medical care.