Good morning everyone, and welcome to my weekly guest spot on The Daily Corgi! I am your host Paige K. Davis, founder of CorgiPals. As you know, every week I’ll be doing a guest post to keep you up to snuff with the goings-on in the CorgiPals world. This week’s theme: Three’s Company!
We have three new clients to introduce this week! But first I’d like to give a very special shoutout to my baby girl Violet Ellen. Yesterday was her 2nd birthday!
Onward to our three new clients! First up is Izzy, the adorable 10 week old puppy! Izzy was recently adopted by Corgi Mom Riley, who immediately noticed that Izzy has a massive hernia. Izzy will have to see a specialty veterinarian to take care of this problem, as most vets in her area have never operated on a hernia this large. Izzy will be having surgery on the hernia tomorrow and CorgiPals will be helping with the cost!
Next up is Sydnie. Sydnie was rescued from a Craigslist ad after his owner gave him up due to his biting her 4 year old son (it was later discovered that the child had been rough with the dog and teasing him). After going to the vet for a checkup, it was discovered that Sydnie has two abscessed lesions in his mouth, is anemic, and is in renal failure. Sydnie recently had his kidneys flushed in an attempt to correct the problem, and CorgiPals is helping to pay the bill!
Finally, I’d like to introduce Napoleon! This sweet one year old Corgi boy was diagnosed with juvenile cataracts in both eyes back in January 2013. If he does not have surgery to remove them, he could lose his sight within a matter of months. Napoleon will need to have this surgery as soon as possible, and CorgiPals will be helping him pay for it!
That about wraps it up for this week! Oh, and don’t forget … CorgiPals has a company goal that we are trying to reach. We are trying to get our Facebook page to 5,000 “likes” by the end of 2013. We
are currently at 4,990 fans! Please spread the word to help us reach
our goal! Remember, every person who knows about CorgiPals is one more
soldier in our army fighting for Corgis in need all over the globe!
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