Information on his new meds
I'm raising money to help cover Benjees medical bills and to have a joint tab to see what kind infection he has in his Joints. Hi Everyone,
My name is Diane Ward I am the owner of Paws with a mission which is a small rescue and service dog training program for veterans and children and people on low income. This being said I would like everyone to meet my last rescue Sheriff Gabriel Benjamen Benjee for short. He is a purebred Great Dane at 2 weeks old his mother rejected him so the breeder fed him by teaspoon I don't know what all she fed him besides Large Breed Puppy Food which is a big No-No, meatballs cheese puffs and water. I'm not a hundred percent sure if this is why Benjee has trouble with his joints. I picked him up when he was a little over five weeks old because the breeder said she just couldn't take care of him anymore. Everything was going good until May 18th 2019 we had to take him to Med vet because his left hind leg was almost three times bigger than it should have and just hanging there he would not use it and cry when he would try to stand. when we got there the poor little guy had an elevated temperature of 103.5 after hours of exams x-rays fluids and pain shot and meds to give to him at home we found out he has a chronic infection in his joints. He will need to be on antibotic meds for a few months with regular checks ups there is a test called joint tap the Vet said that we should have it done but it would cost around $2,600 which I could not borrow. I'm trying to sell to tons of stuff to raise money for him. some of you know how hard it is to do. Below we have pictures of Benjee's X-rays and his bills so far also screenshots of what his meds and supplements will cost. Thank you.
I took Benjee to the vet he weighs 33.2 lb I have to bring him back in a week for a weight check but the dr wants him to finish out the week of antibiotics that he has and then start another two-week antibiotic of 250mg for 2 weeks depending on his weight and then come back In
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