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Peanut
Owner: Charlotte C.
From State College, PA
Amount to Raise:
$2,139.04
Raised:
$0.00
Remaining:
$2,139.04
View Donations
Status: Active.
Curable Liver infection, possible cancer/tests for cancer
Dollarsign Enter an amount you'd like to donate ($10 minimum) and click the "Donate" button.
Peanut's Story:

Peanut and I met on a chance. He had been returned to a dog shelter twice by a foster parent and an adoptive family. I had never intended to foster or adopt and I didn't even have eyes for Peanut. I found the shelter when I first moved to the community. I was trying to get involved and find my place amongst the locals. At the shelter, I had been approved to foster another dog who was seriously shaken up from losing puppies, but when someone jumped in to adopt him, the shelter encouraged me to take Peanut, who had been at the shelter longer than all but two dogs. He was 9 at the time, and had a bite record due to poor owner decisions and nobody even wanted to look at adopting him. The night we took him home, it was love. The second I was able to gain full time employment I submitted for adoption and the rest is history. Peanut is the best dog. He gives fantastic doggie facials, loves meeting new people, and drinks more water than I've ever seen. He literally never stops playing with his ball, loves to go on runs with me, and even let's me dress him up like an airplane every year for Halloween. Yes I saved Peanut, but during this past year of difficult transition in my life, Peanut saved me. Two days ago Peanut had several accidents in the house. We took him to the doctor and she told us that he is having liver problems. We are starting with antibiotics which, along with the blood and urine tests, have already cost us what we can afford. He has a whole 1/4th of his life left and I want to do everything in my power to help him enjoy every last second of it. Please help me give this little doggy a chance.

 
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All Chances complete 30 days after they are first Submitted for Verification by the Pet Owner. The reason they end at all is because credit card refunds must be issued if the funds cannot be raised and, therefore, the treament will not be provided.


So, if a Chance will not be fulfilled by a doctor/provider within 30 days, the money must be refunded to the people who made donations.


Shortly before the Chance completion date Pet Chance will try to work with the doctor/provider to see if the treatment can be fulfilled with partial funding.


Our goal is to fullfil as many Chances as possible!

We call it Pet Care Assurance...


At Pet Chance, our goal is to empower pet owners to make the right decisions for their pets. By funding Chances where owners have already incurred debt we are giving the next owner facing that daunting decision confidence to provide their pet with the care it needs.


The more Chances where treatment was already provided to get funded, the more likely it is owners (and vets) will make the right medical decision first, and handle the financial obligation after the fact.