Dogs Helped

Dogs Helped

Meet the pups who have received medical care grants from the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation and are now enjoying being happy and healthy with their forever families.


Goodbye limp!

John was adopted when he was 4 months old. A few months after his adoption, his Mom noticed he had developed a limp and was avoiding all use of his back leg. John desperately needed surgery to fix the condition in his leg. With the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation grant, John was able to get his surgery and return to being a happy pup who enjoys going for walks and playing fetch.

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New 'Leash' on Life

Truly was surrendered by a breeder to a rescue group because she had ectopic ureters, causing her to leak. An earlier procedure didn't fix the issue so Truly needed a second, different procedure. The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation provided a grant to help pay for the surgery so Truly can live a normal life with her fur-ever family!

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Jumping Back into Action

Ace, an award-winning dog agility competitor, tore his ACL playing with furry friends. After his mom had exhausted her savings on prior surgeries for Ace's fur-sister, she needed help to cover Ace's surgery. The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation provided a grant so Ace could get back to playing and competing as soon as possible!

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Back at Play

Soon after Penny was adopted, she tore her CCL (Cranial Cruciate Ligament) and Meniscus. Unfortunately, Penny's mom was going through some difficult times after losing a cat and having expensive medical bills with her senior dog. The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation provided a grant so Penny could get back on her paws!

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Smiling again!

Baylor was suffering from extensive gum hyperplasia and needed surgery to continue living a long and healthy life. Baylor lives with other rescue dogs with most of them needing continual medical care so the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation stepped in. Now, Baylor has healthy gums and can continue living with his rescue family!

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Ready to Run & Play

Bengie is an energetic pup who loves romping around with his family. Unfortunately he tore a ligament and needed surgery and therapy to fix his injured leg. The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation helped provide funding for Bengie's surgery and post-operative therapy so he can play again! 

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Road Trip Ready!

Zeke was found as a stray and it was clear that he had been neglected and needed many procedures before being available to adopt. The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation stepped in to help cover the cost of these procedures so he could live a pain-free life.

After his surgeries, Zeke was adopted by his fur-ever family and plans to accompany his dad on many road trips around the US!

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Foster to Fur-ever

Logan was living with his foster mom when she noticed him acting strange. He was rushed to the vet where he was diagnosed with a type of tumor that can be very painful and easily spread if not removed. The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation provided a grant to cover Logan's surgery, and his foster mom decided that she couldn't imagine life without him so she adopted him!



Who needs 4 legs?!

Dagmar was rescued from a dog pound and was suffering from a broken foot that was never fixed properly so it never healed. Since he couldn't use that leg, amputation was required to give him a high-quality life. The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation provided a grant to help the rescue cover the cost of surgery. Now, Dagmar is with his fur-ever family!

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Scooba Steve

From Flat Foot to Forever Home

When Scooba Steve was only 8 weeks old he was found in a cage covered in snow, in the middle of a field. With the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation grant Scooba Steve received, he was able to get treatment for his flat foot condition and plenty of TLC throughout his recovery!

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Help a Dog in Need

The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation provides urgent medical care funds to dogs who are either homeless or whose parents cannot afford to pay their veterinary bills. Your donation, of any amount, can help a dog in need receive necessary medical treatment.

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