Mozart needs your help. Today, we are not saving houses, we are saving dogs. I’ve seen a lot of sad cases, but this one is different. Mozart is a 5-year-old Doberman Pinscher. He is one of the sweetest dogs I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. He loves people, other dogs, and cats!

He is so full of life and all he wants to do is run around and play, but the problem is he can’t. Mozart was diagnosed with wobblers syndrome and unless he gets spinal surgery, he only has weeks to months to live…and in the short time that he could have left, he will not be able to enjoy the typical dog things he loves to do.

Wobblers is an instability in the vertebrae of the neck in your spine. That compresses over time and there will be a very obvious degeneration in the dog which is not only painful for them but incredibly sad to witness.

The only known solution for Wobblers is this special surgery that is available. It replaces the defective area of his neck with an artificial disc. Dr. J McDonald is well known for his expertise in this type of work and will be performing this surgery on Mozart. The issue is though, that this surgery and all of the tests that were needed to conclude him having Wobblers are expensive…$12,000 expensive…

The good news is that we have already raised $7,000 to go towards the rescue of Mozart, however, that means that we still have $5,000 left to go and time is running out. We need to get Mozart into surgery before he could decline.

How can you help? You can share this blog, my video, or even just Mozart’s story to get the word out. Word of mouth is a huge way that people end up donating and is extremely helpful for us. We also set up a Go Fund Me page where you can contribute. Please remember that ANYTHING helps. Whether you have $5 or $500, every bit helps us get closer to our goal and closer to a healthy, happy, puppy.

This is something I have never done before, but believe me when I say that this dog is different. That is why I am here today trying to raise the money for Mozart. If Mozart gets the surgery Dr. McDonald says he will fully recover, and I would like to give him that chance. Thank you for listening.

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