This is Hoosier. He (we) needs your help. Hoosier has a diaphragmatic hernia (which means his abdominal organs have migrated to his chest cavity). Hoosier was rescued from a shelter by Pamlico Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) to be placed in the NLOL- New Leash on Life program in Pamlico County but he has to be healthy first. In order to be healthy and happy, Hoosier needs expensive and life-saving surgery.
During one of our rescue missions, we found Hoosier, a little Plott Hound. The first thing we noticed was Hoosier's two front feet were splayed and flat. This is very common with dogs suffering from malnutrition. Hoosier, in essence, has two flat front tires. However, during his wellness appointment, we discovered that Hoosier has a Diaphragmatic Hernia, His condition can be surgically corrected but we need to take him to a specialist. In order to save Hoosier, we need your help. The estimated cost of this surgery is $4,000. All money collected will go to pay for Hoosier's veterinary bills and rehabilitative care. Any additional money collected will help pay for our community programs.
Please help us save this little guy. He has such a fighting spirit and with your help, we just know he will go on to do great things!
You can donate directly here or go to our GOFUNDME page and search for Hoosier's story under PAMLICO ANIMAL WELFARE.
Thanks for all your help.