In March, our corgi, Arthur, began having seizures. It was assumed in the beginning that he had developed epilepsy, but the different medications we tried haven’t been successful in controlling the seizures. We were referred to animal neurologist and he had his evaluation today. The doctor sus…
After consulting with the vet we have been given a deadline for Arthur’s test. He hasn’t recovered well from the original trip to the Neurologist where they only observed him, and the window to diagnose him before it’s too late to help is closing. If we don’t find out what’s wrong soon, he will be too sick for any of the treatments to have an affect.
So far we have raised $620.00 and while this is a great help, we need to hit $3,700.00 before we can have the tests done. We’ve have so much support, with the wonderful Dante Basco sharing a previous post and getting us somewhere around 400 shares, but we only got 4 donations.
I know that money is tight all around the world and I know that it’s tough and people have their own problems, but we’ve donated so many times to sick animals, sick corgis, families who needed help with their bills, etc. I’ve personally been supporting an orphaned child for close to four years even though sometimes it means the end of the month is spent eating plain rice and canned beans.
We’re not asking everyone for much, a donation of $5 would be a huge help. Right now if 616 people donated $5 we would hit our goal. If 308 donated $10 we would hit our goal. If only 154 people donated $20, we would be there and we could have his tests done.
My mom is terrified of losing him. It’s only been two years since we lost our dog Simon and only a year before that when we lost our cat Boo, both my mom’s pets who she loved more than anything. It’s hit her hard that we may lose him, but if we don’t get these tests, we’re going to lose him no matter what. We have a 3/4 chance that his condition is treatable and I am willing to fight for those odds.
To all the corgi lovers out there, please find it in your heart to help us.
-Arthur’s big sis
Hey guys, Arthur really needs your help. Please please please share this or donate if you can!
Happy news!! We are so happy Tegan is home, safe and sound. :’)
Omg best fucking news ever!!!
YAY! thank you all for sharing this wonderful news!
Thank that man who did the good thing and brought her in.
Wow. I am so happy Tegan is home.
I went to the SoCal Corgi Beach Day, and the owner of this corgi really wanted me to help spread the information.
After a car accident her corgi ran out of the car and was no where to be found. An investigating tracking dog tracked the corgi’s scent to a parking lot on Venice Beach. Then the scent disappeared. If you have any information about this corgi, or see this corgi please call the number on the poster.
I can’t stop reposting this… this is so sad!
Super upsetting, this really needs to get out there a bit more, so I’m reblogging this.
I would be devastated if this happened to me and someone decided to KEEP my dog instead of attempting to find me. My dogs are chipped and collared like this little girl was. I’ve seen too many posts of finders keepers out there on the great wide internet with every excuse under the sun. It’s not okay. Accidents happen. Just because you find a dog wandering out there without their person does not mean instantly that you can make a snap decision about the owner’s responsibility levels.
Nor does it give you the license to pick up the dog and NOT make every attempt possible to find their people.
Especially in with a chip and a tag on the pet. Come on, someone has to know where this pup is. Do the right thing and send her home to her family. She’s loved and she’s NOT your pet!
Not only is this dog absolutely adorable, but he’s going through a second round of cancer treatments after it came back from remission.
I’m ordering you all to reblog the hell out of this.
Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson on the defunding of NASA.
i know this isnt corgi related, but i genuinely agree with Dr. Tyson.
I’ve recently decided that kids are jerks and I don’t want to be a teacher anymore. What are possible career options I can choose where I don’t have to talk to anyone, all day long?
An Ed cloner???
Meet Grady, a four year old corgi and my fuzziest friend. He also has earned the title of “hero”. Let me tell you the story:
This afternoon, 3:45, I saw a bottle sitting just inside of the fence. Naturally, I headed to pick it up because I live in a woods and littering can kill the animals.
Grady flipped. He started barking and howling and herded me away from that bottle as fast as his stumps let him. I didn’t understand what all the fuss was about, but I let him herd me away because he doesn’t act like this so often. To prove he was just being paranoid to him, I threw a rock at the bottle.
It blew up, scaring me to death. It turns out that the bottle was a Drano bottle bomb, and it could easily have hurt me or killed the corgi. I didn’t take any pictures, and I’m sure the plastic shreds aren’t enough evidence, but this dog is a hero to me. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and remember that corgis, not diamonds, are a girl’s best friend.
You go, corgi!
Photo Challenge: Day 1
A picture of your first corgi. This is Cha$e rocking the “cone of pride”. He fought a truck and won!