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DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO MAKE £2000 QUICKLY :(

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Found a pooch who was hobbling across a busy road today I was at bus stop thought hey he looks old or is injured so me being the Dr Dolittle I am walked over to him only to find out he had sores on hi…
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
Found a pooch who was hobbling across a busy road today I was at bus stop thought hey he looks old or is injured so me being the Dr Dolittle I am walked over to him only to find out he had sores on his back and was bleeding from his front paw, I took him to the otherside of the road and took him under a tree as it was throwing it down, the blood from his wound dripped on my coat as I wrapped it around him, I was ringing RSPCA to come out, kept going to automated, my phone battery was dying and I didn't drive I was thinking crap what do I do, finally got through to a friend who came round in van and took him to gfriends house, we warmed him up, he didn't want anything to eat and looked in shock, called Dog Warden who came in an hour said he will be fine, he isn't chipped he will be taken to Vets now and then to Manchester Dogs home he looks like he has been run over. She took my number and said any news and she will call me.
Got a call 30 minutes ago and he had 3rd degree burns on his back from either a car exhaust or from being dragged on the floor, his front paw was damaged and back paw too was damaged he was on a drip and had some pain killers but the only hope unless someone had £2000 was to find the owners if he had any or they have to put him down by the morning. Its just not fair I know this is a forum for trading and I thank you for reading this, I just don't know what to do its so not fair!
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#1
I know its not nice (and the injuries described are truly terrible!!!) but maybe having him put to sleep would be the kindest thing to do....with that many injuries it is doubtful he will get rehomes (with the scars etc) and the healing time would be weeks or months.
:x poor puppy...some people in this world really do make me sick....even if it is just a case that the owners have honestly lost the dog...they havent bothered getting him chipped...which could have saved his life :x
#2
Sounds bad but if he in pain then the best thing is put him to sleep. if i had £2000 i would give it to you. He in the best place.
#3
black gerbil1;6117162
play poker and get lucky :-(

BG can you just shut up for once.
#4
I know what u mean, Lil Tiger, my gfriend was going to have him when (supposedly he recovered) from Manchester Dogs home. If I had 2k I would without hesitation pay for the bill money isn't everything to me its such a shame :-(
#5
@tom

deleted, did not read op when i wrote the message,just title
#6
lil_tiger;6117165
I know its not nice (and the injuries described are truly terrible!!!) but maybe having him put to sleep would be the kindest thing to do....with that many injuries it is doubtful he will get rehomes (with the scars etc) and the healing time would be weeks or months.
:x poor puppy...some people in this world really do make me sick....even if it is just a case that the owners have honestly lost the dog...they havent bothered getting him chipped...which could have saved his life :x


tara1082;6117170
Sounds bad but if he in pain then the best thing is put him to sleep. if i had £2000 i would give it to you. He in the best place.


I agree, seems like he's suffered enough :?
#7
Thank u Tara not on here for donations at all but appreciate what u said, just racking my brains, I don't think I can do anything feel worthless if u get me
#8
you know wot if i wanted £2000 quick maybe i would come up with a sob story and maybe some sucker would cough up the cash............
#9
wickedteen
you know wot if i wanted £2000 quick maybe i would come up with a sob story and maybe some sucker would cough up the cash............


not sure the op wants £2k from anyone here, more advice on where to ask for help. the PDSA is prob the best bet as mentioned already, though as sad as it seems, may be better for the dog to be released from suffering.
#10
BECKHAMNO7
I know what u mean, Lil Tiger, my gfriend was going to have him when (supposedly he recovered) from Manchester Dogs home. If I had 2k I would without hesitation pay for the bill money isn't everything to me its such a shame :-(


If you would give him a home then see if they will budge on the payment....perhaps cut it down or something?????
Im not sure...but if you dont have the cash to help him then just think you hae already helped him out as much as you can...you rescued him from the street...got him out of immediate danger and tried to get him vet help...it isnt your fault its so expensive but as I said...perhaps having him put to sleep is the only kind option (with not having the cash) :x
#11
black gerbil1
@tom

deleted, did not read op when i wrote the message,just title


The phrase 'look before you leap' applies here. :)
#12
OP, do you know anyone with home insurance? that covers animals that could maybe claim the dog and put the bill on the insurance? looooong shot i know but....
#13
shanecr
OP, do you know anyone with home insurance? that covers animals that could maybe claim the dog and put the bill on the insurance? looooong shot i know but....


insurance fraud then
#14
wickedteen
insurance fraud then


not really....not if for example the gf has the insurance....and she assumed ownership of pooch before taking it to the vets...it would technically have been her dog :?
#15
Take him to the PDSA
#16
lil_tiger
not really....not if for example the gf has the insurance....and she assumed ownership of pooch before taking it to the vets...it would technically have been her dog :?


but they havent, so it isnt
#17
the pooch has already been taken to Vets, its really made me angry that the warden said that he should be fine and he is more than likely going to be put down, don't understand how PDSA can help please?
Thanks for all the kind comments I appreciate it its such a shame.
#18
BECKHAMNO7
the pooch has already been taken to Vets, its really made me angry that the warden said that he should be fine and he is more than likely going to be put down, don't understand how PDSA can help please?
Thanks for all the kind comments I appreciate it its such a shame.


Free treatment for poor people
#19
wickedteen
you know wot if i wanted £2000 quick maybe i would come up with a sob story and maybe some sucker would cough up the cash............


wickedteen
insurance fraud then


You sound delightful.
#20
as fair as i can see the dog is homeless, so really dosnt have a chance, if it exists at all!!!
#21
Most vets drive flash cars but those who work for the PDSA dont!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#22
diamondnine
Free treatment for poor people


not free:thumbsup:
#23
titley
You sound delightful.


yes i am thankyou and you know what its easy to get roped into a scam.............
#24
BECKHAMNO7
the pooch has already been taken to Vets, its really made me angry that the warden said that he should be fine and he is more than likely going to be put down, don't understand how PDSA can help please?
Thanks for all the kind comments I appreciate it its such a shame.


Who does PDSA help?

The free veterinary care provided by PDSA for owners who cannot afford private vet fees is not limited to dogs and cats - all popular domestic pets are treated, including those described as 'small furries' - rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils rats and mice

What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible, pet owners need to live within the defined catchment area of a PDSA PetAid hospital or PetAid practice and must be receiving financial help with their housing costs through either Housing Benefit or Council Tax Benefit. This means that one in five UK households is eligible for help by PDSA.

Use the PDSA finder to discover the location of your nearest PDSA PetAid hospital or if there are PDSA PetAid practices in your area.

Alternatively, to confirm what help is available in your area or whether you are eligible for free treatment please use the email enquiry form or call 0800 731 2502 our staff will be happy to help.

http://www.pdsa.org.uk/eligibility.html
#25
wickedteen
yes i am thankyou and you know what its easy to get roped into a scam.............


The op isn't asking for anything other than advice from anyone?
#26
We_Are_138
Who does PDSA help?

The free veterinary care provided by PDSA for owners who cannot afford private vet fees is not limited to dogs and cats - all popular domestic pets are treated, including those described as 'small furries' - rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils rats and mice

What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible, pet owners need to live within the defined catchment area of a PDSA PetAid hospital or PetAid practice and must be receiving financial help with their housing costs through either Housing Benefit or Council Tax Benefit. This means that one in five UK households is eligible for help by PDSA.

Use the PDSA finder to discover the location of your nearest PDSA PetAid hospital or if there are PDSA PetAid practices in your area.

Alternatively, to confirm what help is available in your area or whether you are eligible for free treatment please use the email enquiry form or call 0800 731 2502 our staff will be happy to help.

http://www.pdsa.org.uk/eligibility.html


Good advice, I hope it helps out, as I love animals so much and hate hearing something like this. keep us posted on how it all works out.
#27
wickedteen
yes i am thankyou and you know what its easy to get roped into a scam.............


Ur not even worth backchatting too, cos to me ur nothing! Go away and bother someone else!
#28
and this is how SCAMS start
#29
wickedteen
and this is how SCAMS start


when did I ever ask for money retard I asked for inspiration, u knumb or something in the head?
Its not a nice thing to witness even less when u know u can't do anything about it.
I suggest u go and hide under the rock from hence u sprung from!
#30
wickedteen
and this is how SCAMS start


Ok the OP has made it clear on several occations that I can see that they are not looking for money so I think perhaps the old adage of 'if you can't say something nice don't say anything at all 'come into effect here.

OP I can imagine how helpless you must feel but as others have said perhaps putting the poor dog to sleep may be the best option. Its injurys alone sound horrific never mind the psycological trauma it has/will suffer.

Poor poor thing :cry:
#31
As said worth a try for the PDSA. It should be given a chance and not put to sleep. :thumbsup:

http://www.pdsa.org.uk/eligibility.html
#32
I have rescued an injured cat before. I took it to the vet and they asked me to report it to the RSPCA and ask for a reference/quote number. The vet can then claim the expense for treatment back from the RSPCA. It really is worth calling the RSPCA again and asking for their advise and help. I so hope this poor boy can be saved and well done to you for helping him. Please keep me posted as to his progress x
#33
if you genuinely want to assist this dog and are willing to pay the money - could you not ask for them to let you pay it in instalments - but to be honest is it worth the money ? - no offence but its not your dog that you have grown up with and have become emotional attached to - and sometimes you need to be cruel to be kind

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