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Duke * Special Medical Needs
Gender: Male Age: 9 years - AARB Status: Sponsors Needed
Sponsored By:
Lois McDoniel Hoping for a good outcome for you, sweet boy. Anonymous: Good luck sweet boy! Your fosters will take great care of you. Sharon Boudreau. Robin VanderRoest. Anonymous: I hope you get better soon Duke! I know you have a fantastic foster mom (my sister). Anonymous: Wishing the best for sweet little Duke! Teresa Aguilo: In Memory of Gertie. Erica Moore: Sorry I can't give more. Wishing you better health and a happy life ahead sweet Duke. Karen Kaminsky: Jimmy and Easy send healing wishes. Elizabeth Cash: I’m so glad you’re under BREW umbrella. Get well sweet boy. Anonymous donation: Prayers for a fast recovery. Linda Rice.

This sweet fellow is Duke.

His foster mom says that at nine years old, he’s still a happy, playful, fun-loving guy.He has a heart murmur, but that hasn’t stopped him from enjoying life!

Recently, his foster mom noticed some blood in his stool and took him to the vet for a complete workup, including an ultrasound.

Unfortunately, Duke appears to have a mass in his colon.

The next step is a consultation with a specialist at Purdue University Veterinary Hospital. Duke will undergo a CT scan and, depending on the results, he may need surgery.

Whatever the future may hold for Duke, we’re dedicated to ensuring he gets the best medical care possible - and we’re asking for your support. Every contribution we receive will have an impact - won’t you please help Duke and donate today?

If you would like to sponsor Duke for his treatment please click on the “Sponsor Me!” button.