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PremierLeague-News.Com - Truffle's owner is appealing for money to fund the operations
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A dog owner is looking to raise £12,000 for operations on her 'beloved' pup Truffle who has severe hip dysplasia. Aged just nine months, the lilac and tan sharpei is known to be playful, gentle and a loving little soul who enjoys her walks as much as her naps. Her owner Laurie Laws, 27 from Wallsend is ‘heartbroken’ and she and her family are doing everything they can to afford Truffle a life-saving operation that will cost £12,000 in total. Laurie says: “We have been informed that she will need both of her hips replaced which will cost 8k per hip and the surgeries for her luxating patella will cost around 4-5k. In total, this would be within the region of £20k.
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. If she does not receive the operations the vet has told us she won't survive, if we can fix my girl we have been told truffle will be able to live a good quality of life.” Currently, Laurie has been advised by the vets to not walk Truffle and to only let her out for toileting. She added: “One of the worst cases the vets have ever seen, with one of her hips already floating out of the socket, she also has a grade 4 luxating patella in her right knee at only nine months old this is heart breaking.”
Truffle's owners Her owners have been informed that, while the operations will also allow Truffle to live a good life, she won't survive without them (Image: Laurie Laws) If you want to fundraise for Truffle, you can visit the GoFundMe page here and follow their Instagram you can click here @bando_the_dobie READ MORE: 14 shelter dogs in Newcastle looking for their forever home See a woman ride down Blackett Street on a scooter with a poodle Urgent warning for dog owners over deathly algae found in water Whitley Bay family ‘overwhelmed’ by support as missing dog Willow is found safe after huge community effort Dog owners face £5,000 fine and jail sentence for breaking pet collar rule
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