Donations Needed for Buddy's Knee Surgery

Buddy’s Knee Surgery

2/1/2017 – Update on our boy Buddy! He has had his surgery but we still need $2,500 in help from you guys! “I just took Buddy to his second appointment with the physical therapist and they said they were very

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Hey guys, we are struggling with Buddy right now. We still need $2,000 to cross back into the black.

Update on our boy buddy! He has had his surgery but we still need $2,500 in help from you guys! Here is the link to the Paypal button on our website: http://www.brgpre.org/buddys-knee-surgery/

"I just took Buddy to his second appointment with the physical therapist and they said they were very happy with the progress he was making. His hamstring was much less tight than it was at the first visit and they were pleased with his range of motion and stretch. They increased his reps of the exercises we are doing at home and they increased his walks from 15 to 30 minutes on flat ground. He seems to be enjoying being able to go with Max and Shiloh now that he is able to take longer walks. "