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Weʼre raising £2,500 to help towards vet bills for Harley

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In January 2017 Tracy took in Harley, an 11 year old Golden Retriever whose family were recommended by their vet to put him to sleep as he had bitten someone due to the pain he was in with arthritis. However, the family loved him but with young children in the household could not keep him.

On taking him in, Tracy put him onto a natural diet and treated him with herbal supplements and remedies which have improved his condition and reduced his pain to a point where he was able to run and play with her other golden retrievers.

Harley is now 12.5 years old and up till last week was well. However, he started being sick last Thursday. The vet is not sure what is wrong but suggests it may be a blockage or pancreatitis. However, in order to be sure further tests and scans are needed which Tracy cannot afford. The vet has suggested putting Harley to sleep but we are worried that it may be something that could be treated and he could have more years of a happy healthy life ahead.
We are asking if you would donate £10 or whatever you can afford to pay for tests and possibly treatment for Harley.
Please help us give him a chance of more happy years with Tracy and her other dogs.

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