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An animal fund forDexter

$250 given of $1,400 goal

Dexter's Knee Surgery

Started by: Kristopher Stephenson

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Hello humans! My name is Dexter and I am a Terrier, Lab, Pit mix. I’m about 6 or 7 years old and I have had an interesting life so far. I don’t remember much about my early days but I can tell you about the last couple of years. I was adopted from the Nevada Humane Society in early 2017. I had an awesome life hanging out with some amazing college guys who loved to take me for walks in the park and throw tennis balls for me. When my owner moved into a new house he couldn’t keep me because I didn’t get along with another dog who lived there. So he asked his good friend and fraternity brother Kristopher if I could live with him. Kristopher happily said yes because I mean who wouldn’t say yes to my adorable face? In August of 2017 he moved me to Elko to live with his parents, little brother, and two other dogs. I’ve had an awesome time since moving to Elko. My new forever family has treated me very well with tons of treats, lots of playtime, letting me sleep on the couch or even in the bed and lots of Christmas presents.

Now that you know who I am let me explain why I set up this PlumbFund account. On December 30th I was playing outside in my family’s big backyard and I jumped off the deck. When I jumped off the deck I ended up hurting my knee. When my boy, Kristopher, got home from his weekend trip to Reno he noticed that I was limping and nursing my back left paw. He asked everyone if they knew what happened but no one was sure. As the night progressed I wasn’t able to put any weight on my leg and the pain started to become unbearable but thankfully my boy knew exactly what to do. On the morning of December 31st my family took me to the vet to have them take a look at my leg. Honestly they thought it was my paw and told the Doctor that but thankfully the doctor quickly figured out that it was my knee that hurt. He then told my family that he thought I tore my CCL (Cranial Cruciate Ligament), which is similar to the ACL in humans, and that he would have to sedate me and do some X-ryas to be sure. When I woke up the veterinary people were telling me that Kristopher was here to pick me up. I very groggily walked into the room where the doctor was explaining to my family that I had most definitely torn my CCL and that they had a few options to help me out. Option 1 do nothing but give me pain meds for the rest of my life. They very quickly told the doctor that wasn’t happening because the risks were to much, I could very well be lame for the rest of my life and would get very bad arthritis in my knee. Option 2 was something the doctor said was a terrible idea for me because of how big I am. Not going to lie I felt a little offended that they were talking about me and my weight like that but then the doctor said he would typically only perform that procedure on small dogs and that I’m just a big breed so I felt better. Finally option 3 is to do what is called a Tibia-Plateau-Leveling-Osteotomy or TPLO. The only problem with the TPLO is that it’s a $2800 surgery and even though I know my family would eventually be able to afford it I also know what a burden it would be on them. That’s why I am coming to you my family and friends to ask for your help with my surgery. I would greatly like to help my family with the cost of my surgery. I promise that if you donate I will have Kristopher post updates on my progress as well as photos and videos of how I am doing.

Thank you for reading this and helping in any way you can.

-Dexter

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  • Kajoree Bhattacharya37 weeks ago Best wishes.