Queen was found living in a field in Bakersfield, CA. We set a dog trap and thankfully, Queen went inside. Since that day we have seen nothing but the very best from this little girl. She's loving, obedient, social, pretty much perfect dog.
When Queen was spayed, the doctor noticed something unusual about her hips. After visiting our regular vet we found out the disheartening news, Queen had an advanced case of hip dysplasia. One of her hips was basically already out of the joint and the other was falling apart.
We could have one shot at saving Queen but in order to know, she needs to be seen by a specialist at VCA West Los Angeles animal hospital. There they will run diagnostic tests to determine what the best course of action is and if her hips can be fixed. From there they take the next steps needed to hopefully save Queen's life.
Queen doesn't stand a chance without your help! Please, donate NOW! The first visit will most likely require a CT Scan along with other diagnostics and possibly sedation. Help us save her life, donate by clicking HERE!