Dogs Who Need Donations for Cancer
* Each dog receives a General Fund
distribution to start their fundraising campaign. Fundraising
remain open for one month for dogs in chemotherapy. For dogs having
surgery or radiation therapy, campaigns remain open until the day before treatment, up to one
month. Donations that cannot be used for the dog they are meant for
will be reallocated to the General Fund so that we can help other dogs.
You will receive
a thank you from Magic Bullet Fund, with information for your
No donations needed!
Harley will receive $1,000 for surgery from a Petco Foundation / Blue
Harley is my sweet baby boy. He likes to
sit on the sofa or chair just like a human, with his front paws on the
floor and his behind on the seat. People find it pretty amusing. He
loves to ride in the car and get bites of meat or cheese for a snack,
but most of all he loves his Mommy.
I raised and loved Harley's real Mom and his Dad. I let
them have just one litter of beautiful, healthy puppies. I was right
there, assisting Chyna from the moment that Harley was born. I have
been in love with him ever since and he truly is family.
I was devastated when the vet told me he has osteosarcoma.
He is only 4 years old.
Being disabled, and with a very low income, I didn't know how I
could ever afford medical intervention for Harley. That's when the vet
tech gave me a sheet with programs that help owner's afford medical
care that otherwise wouldn't possible. That's how I found the Magic
Bullet Fund. They have offered financial assistance so that Harley can
get the treatment he needs. They have been wonderful. I am sincerely
grateful for their aid in saving Harley, and for the kind people who
donate the funds to make this happen.Thank you so much from myself and
- Linda Fleming-Smith,
I got Cochise when he was just 8 weeks old.
He would ride in my lap in the car everywhere I went. Several years
later I was mowing on a riding mower, and he came running out and
jumped on my lap. He wasn't even afraid of the noise that the riding
lawn mower made.
In 2011, after a bath, I brushed his collar off by
mistake and he ran right out in the road. Cochise was hit by a van hit
at 45 mph. I was crying, I thought he was gone. Then he jumped up and
ran. I ran after him and when I finally caught up to him, he was very
dazed but, believe it or not, there was no damage at all. I was
divorced by now, and Cochise was all I had left.
I can't afford Cochise's treatment because I am a
homeless veteran and am disabled. We live in a hotel and I pay $900 a
month. I only get 1,060 a month so there is not much left over to live
on. When I learned Cochise had lymphoma, I was floored. Cochise is my
reason for living. He has been all over America with me in a tractor
trailer, day and night. He is very loyal and he is a survivor. If I
lose him... well, I can't imagine life without him.
I am begging you for help with this treatment. Dr.
Gillis said he is a good candidate for chemotherapy. Right now, he is
still happy and active. We are praying and hanging in there for now.
Thanks in advance for your help.
- Michael Gaither, Winston
Nygel loves snuggling, chasing lizards, and
socializing with anyone who makes
eye contact with him. He has never been known to turn down a chance to
sit in a comfy lap or take a “puppy nap” with his mom and two
four-legged brothers, Chewbacca and Edgar. Nygel’s favorite toy is a
stuffed pink unicorn - proof that he isn’t concerned with having a
“tough bulldog” image.
We have been blessed with Nygel since he was two
months old. He has always been an energetic, loving, and much adored
member of our family. We were heartbroken with his diagnosis of
lymphoma- he showed no signs except swollen lymph nodes by his throat.
The diagnosis hasn’t dampened his spirits, though. He is just as feisty
as ever. As his human parents, we are struggling emotionally with the
fact that we might not be able to save a perfectly happy and otherwise
healthy pup because of money. I was unemployed for a few months while
transitioning into a teaching career and it took its toll on us
financially. We couldn’t even pay our mortgage, so the thought of
chemotherapy costs weighed on me tremendously. I didn’t know what to
do- I couldn’t bear the thought of losing my Nygel because I couldn’t
afford proper treatment. I was devastated.
Then my friend sent me a link to the Magic Bullet
Fund. I cannot express in words how thankful I am that there are people
out there who care so much! Instead of crying every day for what I
thought was the inevitable loss of one of my beloved “child,” I now
have hope that we can get him the treatment he needs. Thank you to
everyone who can help donate to save our Nygel!
- Aubree and Curtis Horton,
Fort Meyers FL