Camo needs your help to heal from a painful broken bone.
Camo is a two year old Lab Shepherd mix who came to the Second Chance Animal Shelter in Massachusetts through a transport program. Shortly after arriving, Camo began to show pain in his back leg and he had a scar on his thigh. X-rays showed that he had buckshot within his leg and an old, complicated fracture to the femur. It appeared that someone had attempted to repair the injured bone with wire, but it had healed unsuccessfully.
Camo is in pain when he walks, and the fracture is still unstable, meaning he is in danger of injuring it further. His veterinarian determined that, due to the severity of the fracture, amputation is the best course of action to improve his quality of life.
Because Camo is young and strong he's likely to heal quickly and should adapt well to living with three legs. With your support, Camo will soon be able to run and play again while he waits for his forever home!
You can help Camo feel better! Your gift will go directly to provide Camo with the surgery and special care he needs to live a long and happy life.
Help us meet our goal of $2,600 to pay Camo's medical expenses and keep him healthy. Donate today!
Funds raised over the goal amount will go to help provide medical care to other shelter pets.
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