Surgery Fundraiser Campaign Tax Deductible!!!!!!! 423-552-1416 eMail
GreenePets is currently supported and sponsored by All Creatures Country Club. We need additional help from you!
Ren comes to us from Alabama, where she was an owner surrender to a local animal control, and going to be put down. She was pulled for GreenePets by Ren Brooks, a local rescue angel. Scottie and his Mom drove down and got her on Wednesday.
Ren came to us with a very old injury to her left front foot, that her owners didn't get her help for. She has been x rayed, and the injured toe is broken in two and just floating around in the skin. It must be removed, because the broken part though it still has blood flow is dead.
Ren goes in for surgery at Animal Medical Center of Greeneville on Monday morning, and will have the toe amputated. This amputation is for her safety and well being, loosing the toe is not going to affect her ability to work in any way.
This brings us to the reason for this campaign. All Creatures Country Club can't do any more than they are currently doing in sponsoring GreenPets dogs. So we need help. Please donate today.
We are in need of help to pay for this surgery! Our expenses are overwhelming our bank account.
Please help us in any of the following ways:
* Donate to Animal Medical Center of Greeneville - account: GreenePets (Ren) This can be done by call in credit card to 423-639-6777 at AMC Or drive by 360 Morgan Rd, Greeneville, (Behind the new Walmart), and make your donation for Ren.
* Donate through the paypal buttons on this page, they are specifically for Ren's Surgery
* Call All Creatures Country Club, and we can take a credit card donation over the phone for the surgery.
* Checks can also be mailed to GreenePets Foster Network, Inc., 357 Kitchen Branch Rd, Greeneville, TN 37743
Ren has what it takes, and is on her way to becoming our next graduated K-9. Please help us make this happen for her, and the small department we select as her adopter.
GreenePets K-9's trained for law enforcement are donated to small departments that couldn't get a K-9 trained dog any other way due to budget constraints.